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I can think of no reason to get the turbo and a couple not to, One is the bearings go out and at around 100,000 miles you will find your self with one heck of a bill. The other is the non turbo version does just fine on regular gas, the turbo , you BETTER do hi test. It will keep up with anything on the road with out the turbo. Why oh why would you feel the need for one, less your line racing.Report it
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