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Can you put a turbo on a 1990 acura integra rs with an automatic transmission?

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2008-01-17 01:27:36
2008-01-17 01:27:36

Yes, you can put a turbo on almost any vehicle. Question is: How much is it worth to you? It will cost plenty.

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