keep your foot off the gas
No as long as the hybrid turbo is the right size. You get the turbo that fits the motor.. not the other way around.
as long as they are both non-turbo or both turbo.
Yes it will make your life much easier to have the turbo ecu and harness. The turbo injectors have a resistor pack that the non-turbo engines do not use. So that would have to be manually wired in to use stock turbo injectors and ecu.
You can turbo just about anything mate as long as you have the cash...lol..so yes but $$$$$$$$$$$
you may have another bad turbo, or could even be bad rings with the oil leaking into your turbo, how long after you installed the turbo did it start happening again?
It is 27 inches long.
because of the turbo you see the turbo takes up more fuel and as you go for long periods of time you use the turbo more and there goes your fuel and remember that it is just an approximation not an exact fuel millage
Probably not. It will likely be too short.
Yes, as long as the transmission has the Chevy bolt pattern.
the vehicle probably has what is called a turbo timer. oil runs through a turbo lubricating and cooling the bearings when in operation. normally when you turn off the car the oil no longer pumps and the turbo is left remaining very hot. the turbo timer continues to pump oil through the turbo in order to prevent damage to the hot turbo allowing it to cool off extending its life