Does not exist. Unless you get a turbo kit that comes with a manifold (there are none, you have to get it fabbed up) and for some strange reason will change the engine programming by itself for you then it is far, far away from being a bolt on modification. Calling it bolt on implies its something simple that anyone can do like dropping an HID kit in or a cold air intake or something like that.
For those who were wondering about the numbers off that dyno, In america and europe, we use horsepower, but in asia/australia they use kilowatts to describe engine power. 90 kilowatts is equal to about 120 hp. The 1.6 engine makes probably 90 hp at the wheels (i've never seen a dyno for a base versa, so don't quote me there), so a 33% increase is a realistic number with no additional mods or ecu tuning.
It's nice to see a actual video of a Versa with a turbo. It's def better than just some pictures. I'll still wait for the supercharger though. It's not easy to work on like a honda, so I would rather have something more reliable like a supercharger if it's for a VErsa.
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