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    Turbo 2002 Mazda Protege5 Ideas wanted

    So i'm about to start builting my 2002 mazda protege 5 making it turbo. This is my first time trying to attemped this project. So i'm looking for ideas I'm sure there are guys out there that know more about this then me. I'm stationed in South korea right now so my machine shop abilities are limited and any parts I need I have to get from the states. So here is the list of what I've got so far trust me it a long list. Some parts are double becouse I didnt like them and it never hurts to have spare parts. I'm also only trying to make 250hp. For now!! this is my only daily driver car.

    Cometic MLS head gasket
    Cometic MLS Complete Engine Gasket kit
    Ceramic coated T25R Ball Bearing turbo with 60 trim
    Ceramic Coated Custom Exhuast Manifold
    Braided Oil feed lines
    Braided oil return hose
    EGR Bolt
    Turbo Specialties Intercooler w/ Piping and couplers
    AWR four part Motor mounts
    NSA ALT Alternator 120 AMPS
    Exedy Stage 2 Clutch
    Fidanza Flywheel
    Walbro 255 Fuel pump
    Weapon R coolant tank
    Haltech Standalone 500
    HKS turbo Timer type 1
    K1 standard Rods
    Arias Pistons 8:5.1 Comprision Standard bore
    Supertech dual valve spring
    supertech manganese Bronze valve guides
    AEM wideband 02 Sensor
    ARP Head Studs
    ARP main studs
    Deatsch 440CC Fuel Injectors
    Mishimoto Radiator
    Mishimoto Fan 12"/ Shroud
    HKS boost Controller EVC-S
    Clevite 77 Engine Bearing complete Kit
    Clevite77 thrust washers
    NRG Grounding kit
    Injen Cold air Intake
    Vibrant 3" custom Exhuast system
    Vibrant 2.5" Custom Down pipe
    NGK V power Spark plugs
    NGK Spark Plug wires
    AEM Analog boost Gauge
    Cusco Oil Catch can
    buddy Club condensor
    magnetic oil drain plug
    FS Engine Oil Jets
    MFactory LSD
    Transmission rebuild kit
    Custom Intake manifold w/ EGR pipe
    Lower temperature Thermostat
    Arp Exhuast manifold studs
    Samco Radiator hose kit
    water pump with gasket
    timing belt tensioner
    timing belt idler
    timing belt tensioner spring
    front crankshaft seal
    two camshaft seals
    egr piping
    awr oil pan
    vibrant silcone hose kit
    vibrant vacuum bar
    HKS SSQV 4 BOV
    weisco pistons 9:0.1 comprision standard
    Par 3rd and 4th gears stright cut
    626 7.1 ratio 5th Gear
    Powerstop rotors and brakes
    AEM wiring harness
    spearco Intercooler core
    MSP OEM gasket set
    2.5 intercooler piping custom black

    Let me know what yaa think. These are all parts I already have and waiting to be installed soon.
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    Not sure how it acts with the stand alone but high output alternators seem to fry Ecus and wires in the protege.

    Other than that with that setup you should be able to get 400+ easy

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    Also I would go with a Bigger turbo

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    ^ what tweety said. at least go with a t28

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    I will be going with a GTX28 turbo but I got to wait I've been collecting parts for almost a year now so I wanted to put this turbo on then go bigger. I got to ask about that 626 manifold does it really have alot of problems with cold start ups

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalonex View Post
    I got to ask about that 626 manifold does it really have alot of problems with cold start ups
    If you remove your VICs flaps you will have problems with cold start ups. With the stock mani / 626 one.

    My car is totally worthless in terms of power for the first 2-3 minutes until it warms up.

    Besides that....ummm only thing I can think of is....oversized pistons if your redoing the block?
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    2002 Madza Protege5

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    what the diffrence between oversized bore and regular standard pistons if the block isnt messed up or scratched ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalonex View Post
    what the diffrence between oversized bore and regular standard pistons if the block isnt messed up or scratched ??
    Well its "supposed" to be a wise precaution on older blocks to rebore it. But I guess you technically get a larger displacement =P
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    the displacement on the Mazda protege 5 1991cc but I dont think I will do that to my car right now I'm trying to make sure I'm not missing anything I might need for the built. If anyone can think of anything let me know. I only want about 250 hp starting out but later on I'll push it to 300hp after I change out my turbo

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    does anyone know if the axles are strong enough to hold up to a turbo horsepower

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    Axles are cheap and easy to fix. Leave the stock ones. It's better to break an axle than the trans

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    HUH what you mean its better the break the axles then the trans?? how about I make it so I dont break anything and just make a better one

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    I'm saying IF something were to break its better for it to be an axle than a trans

    Your already using the par gears which are expensive. How mad would you be if you broke the trans/ gears.

    Look at high hp Honda builds and some other builds on here, most people use stock axles just incase.

    Boost launches are hard on the drivetrain the small stock axles will flex and break of it decides to hook up rather than the trans case flexing and breaking.

    If you still want bigger axles the msp has slightly bigger ones. Last I checked protege garage sells them for $700

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    Yeah I looked at those sorry didnt understand you about it. I will look in to those but I want to know something about the set up I got you think I can make 250 hp on that turbo ?

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    It would be pushing it. Then you will run into heat soaking which I'm battling with my 323. You might get one run on 250 hp on a dyno but after that numbers will decrease

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