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Good luck. As a non-baller myself I applaud your effort.
As has been shown time and again in myriad builds, throwing
A turbo kit (single, twin ) is a big deal to the jeep as a vehicle.
Even if they kit was "cheap" for let's say 7g. You still need supporting mods to make it worthwhile. A tranny/torque convertor is a given, fuel system
Will be needed to upgraded. And the motor will be under a great deal of stress
And statistically will go at some point.
By that time you re well into five figures and that is a bare bones
Also, no two jeeps are identical and the tolerances are so tight up front
That a kit thAt fits perfectly on one jeep may be way off on another .
I have seen this first hand. This also makes it hard to jig the kit.
Turbos for the jeep are more involved than making a catback for a mustang.
Choice of turbo and motor size can also affect piping size and routing.
I could go on but the bottom line is that it s not easy. This is why stage 6/ttc/kms fab each kit in house on the vehicle. There are a few exceptions but it's tricky.
Do a kit on yours and show us the goods. If it s all you claim it could be you ll have a lot of business.