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09-02-2012 10:26 AM
Lucid484
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Originally Posted by MRA View Post
My father is a Master Tech in general motors in USA. He told me that a car with high compresion ratio can't be done turbo cuz it will brake.. we all know this. The point is that the veloster will handle it cuz the low ratios that hyundai modified the motor so it can handle the 18 psi of boost. It will be great but it will cost a lot $$$$. Let's wait till its comes out. I already saw aftermarkets headers for the veloster on the net some. Soo it will be for ur.. let's hope!!
LOL when I had my 05 RSX-S people were turboing them in the 350-450hp easily and that engine had a 11.5:1 compression ratio.
04-04-2012 03:05 AM
aaronintheocean
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Originally Posted by Danny955i View Post
If you're going to turbo the Accent you'll need the following off the Veloster Turbo:

- Pistons
- Connecting rods
- Cam shafts
- Head
- Exhaust
- Turbo (duh)
- Intake
- Fuel injectors
- ECU
- Downtube
- Catalytic converter
- Spark plugs
- All necessary hardware...

So... buy a Veloster, or wait for one to end up in a rear-end accident at your local junkyard and rob the whole motor out of it.

So If I did find one in a junk yard aside from what you have listed above does the motor fit the same? ie: motor mounts? same transmission?
Mahalo
02-26-2012 05:49 AM
erik93203 OMG How could the guy (in the ad) not go inside the cage!
02-23-2012 11:04 PM
Danny955i If you're going to turbo the Accent you'll need the following off the Veloster Turbo:

- Pistons
- Connecting rods
- Cam shafts
- Head
- Exhaust
- Turbo (duh)
- Intake
- Fuel injectors
- ECU
- Downtube
- Catalytic converter
- Spark plugs
- All necessary hardware...

So... buy a Veloster, or wait for one to end up in a rear-end accident at your local junkyard and rob the whole motor out of it.
02-23-2012 08:20 PM
MRA My father is a Master Tech in general motors in USA. He told me that a car with high compresion ratio can't be done turbo cuz it will brake.. we all know this. The point is that the veloster will handle it cuz the low ratios that hyundai modified the motor so it can handle the 18 psi of boost. It will be great but it will cost a lot $$$$. Let's wait till its comes out. I already saw aftermarkets headers for the veloster on the net some. Soo it will be for ur.. let's hope!!
02-22-2012 04:23 PM
NAMoosedog
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Originally Posted by davessworks View Post
That's correct. Have to leave room for the boost - which, of course, brings the compression ratio up a lot when under boost.
Full race engines, which cost megabucks and are made of unobtanium, do combine higher compression ratios with insane amounts of boost. I remember the 2.1 liter Gurney Toyotas from the early 1990s were boosted to "somewhere" over 40psi, producing around 750hp.

AAR Feature Story: Eagle MK III

Then again, they didn't have to last more than a few hundred miles between complete rebuilds.
02-22-2012 03:44 PM
davessworks
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Originally Posted by NAMoosedog View Post
Normally aspirated is 11.5/1 - turbo is 9.5/1. More info here: http://www.netcarshow.com/hyundai/2013-veloster_turbo/

Story of my life. every time I buy a car - 6 months later.....
That's correct. Have to leave room for the boost - which, of course, brings the compression ratio up a lot when under boost.
02-22-2012 05:08 AM
smokinhot
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Originally Posted by NAMoosedog View Post
Normally aspirated is 11.5/1 - turbo is 9.5/1. More info here: http://www.netcarshow.com/hyundai/2013-veloster_turbo/

Story of my life. every time I buy a car - 6 months later.....
well that ends my quest for answers
02-09-2012 11:21 AM
NAMoosedog Normally aspirated is 11.5/1 - turbo is 9.5/1. More info here: http://www.netcarshow.com/hyundai/2013-veloster_turbo/

Story of my life. every time I buy a car - 6 months later.....
02-09-2012 10:50 AM
mrmr256
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Originally Posted by ROBERTOMIRANDA9 View Post
Hi!!

Yes, there were changes in the engines parts... the pistons for accent are high ones and for the veloster are low...

I was hoping its stay the same as the accent but they change it!!!!

and i dont think a turbo accent will ever come out cuz it will drain the sells on the veloster cuz is the same motor 1.6 gdi but with less features!!!

Getting ready for summer sell my account of my car to buy the genesis!!!
Are you talking about compression ratios? The accent compression ratio is higher than the veloster?
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