There is nothing stopping you but the money and hassle will just not be worth the power gain you get. It is better to just buy a better car for your tuning project.
Adding a turbo is a major engineering task and without a kit with full instructions and all the parts you need there is a big risk of blowing up the engine. Expect to spend 50 hours upwards on a project of this type. This is not the sort of modification unless you are mechanically competent.
It is worth looking at superchargers as these are easier to install than a turbo is.
Have you looked at the eaiser and more rewarding (in terms of power gains) option of fitting an Evo engine?
Cheers for that wayne, I did look into the evo but would want to do like marco has and fit a evo floor pan and have it full 4wd.
I really don't know what to do at the moment just know i want to do something as i used to change my car every 6 months but have had this one for nearly 2 years now. I love the curves and style of them just wouldn't mind more power.
A friend of mine has a turbo'd fto but sadly has had a bit of a problem with it....
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I just thought i would look into what was possible and then do my homework before jumping into a half hearted project that could be the end of the car if i get it wrong.
There's no point running a remote turbo, they should only be use as a very last resort when you have no room. There's plenty of room in the fto engine bay to fit a huge turbo. Have you done your homework and calculated runner lengths and diameter for your turbo, as the lengths dictate where peak torque will be.