Hyundai Announces 2.0-Liter Turbo and 3.8-Liter V6 Crate Motors
Nov 07, 2013 12:31
Hyundai just announced their plans to sell the 2.0 liter turbo or 3.8 liter V6 engines. The smaller unit will be made available either in ‘turbo-ready’ guise, without the actual turbo included, for $4,500, or with the factory turbo kit installed at $6,000 – in that guise, it makes 274 hp.
The turbo-ready version was developed "specifically for tuners planning more aggressive, aftermarket-based turbocharging solutions, eliminating the costs associated with redundant turbocharging components.”
Both units come complete out of the box (or crate), featuring intake manifolds, ignition coils, injectors and fuel delivery system and both are guaranteed for 12 months or 12,000 miles.
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