Peripheral Port & GReddy Turbo Kit

Old 01-06-2019, 08:10 PM
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Peripheral Port & GReddy Turbo Kit

Please correct any of this is I'm wrong.

I heard off of another forum that peripheral porting the Renesis turns it into a REW. (Exact quote: "A peripheral port fills in the side ports entirely and cuts an intake port into the aluminum rotor housing.") If this is true would it be more stable to turbocharge after getting a peripheral port than compared to putting a turbo on a stock Renesis? What kind of power output would result from doing so?
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You have much homework to do before you enter into the FI world . Basically ... you can't JUST add a PP and block the side exhausts easily . But you can make a PP engine by using some PP housings from an earlier engine. Which engine is best is determined by your whp goal . Anything 350whp and below you are better keeping the Renesis . Above that and an engine swap is a better way to go
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