does anyone know ANYWHERE i can buy a single turbo hot side for a 95 atx? looking up anything turbo on google j gives me 1999 footage from yt and 2010+ twin turbo SHOs. or am i just damned to find someone to weld one up for me?
i unfortunately dont have 5-7K to spend on that kind of thing ig ill just ask some of my friends who can weld what they can do, how much power can the atx reliably hold? i dont want anything crazy, just a FUN amount of power, the only builds i usually see are either 201bhp fbo or 500+whp vortech and the ONLY build ive seen with a turbo is the blue turd on yt which is 1000hp+. is there any way to make like 50 more hp on it even? nitrous seemed like a good idea but idk.I think sho shource used to list them. I'm sure they might be able to put one together maybe. It's the piping that's the issue. Most turbo SHOs I know of were 1 off custom jobs. You will also need someone to tune the thing and this will be obd I tuning not the normal OBD 2 computers. In addition fuel injectors, higher flow fuel pump etc.
I would not turbo this car unless you have other transport and access to used replacement transmissions and other things. SHO Source is located out of WA so they are not geographically that far from you.
Here is a supercharger kit for the MTX maybe they can give you info on how to attach to atx cars. Should not be a huge deal
its not my daily i got it off of fb marketplace for 600 bucks so its okay if it blows up but i wanna have some fun with it before it doesHonestly the atx is not that great with stock but 50hp is reasonable to try and keep it on the road. People used to rud a dry 75 shot nitrous without a ton of issues. I wouldn't kick it in from a stop but I am cautious about big repairs and the value of the car. My current 93 SHO only has 70k miles and it's a hardly ever driven car. It has electrical issues and I can't be stuck somewhere.
If this is your daily don't mess with it. I used to have to bum rides for weeks at a time with my 1st SHO due to waiting for hard to find parts shipping across the country and not alot of free time from work to get things fixed quickly. Toolman has boosted cars as do others. You just have to see the old posts and such. Probably get more FI early car owners to respond on the facebook