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I drive an 04 Elantra GLS and I’m looking to put a turbo in it. I was wondering what kind of boost and horsepower the stock engine can SAFELY handle (stock internals, block ect.) also if someone has a link to a forged/upgraded internals rebuild kit, that would be nice.

Second, I’m looking to put a 6-speed manual in it and I’m not too sure where to start looking. I doubt there’s a plug and play option but I am able to rebuild if there’s 6-speed internals that fit the case. Any advise, links or options would be great.

I plan on using this as a fun daily. I dont need 600 hp but I want a bit more than the 100ish I’m getting now. I believe the stock hp is about 135 at sea level but I live in Denver and can really feel the elevation.
 

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I drive an 04 Elantra GLS and I’m looking to put a turbo in it. I was wondering what kind of boost and horsepower the stock engine can SAFELY handle (stock internals, block ect.) also if someone has a link to a forged/upgraded internals rebuild kit, that would be nice.

Second, I’m looking to put a 6-speed manual in it and I’m not too sure where to start looking. I doubt there’s a plug and play option but I am able to rebuild if there’s 6-speed internals that fit the case. Any advise, links or options would be great.

I plan on using this as a fun daily. I dont need 600 hp but I want a bit more than the 100ish I’m getting now. I believe the stock hp is about 135 at sea level but I live in Denver and can really feel the elevation.
Why not just buy a vehicle that is what you hope to achieve. I don't think you are going to like doing this transformation.
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