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Old 01-11-2012, 12:38 PM   #1
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i've been looking at the pro charger stage II for the 3.8 on AM. is it worth it ? and for sure a gt rear end is needed for this right ?
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If I had the money I would get it. But what mods do you have?
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If I had the money I would get it. But what mods do you have?
its bone stock right now. i havent had the car more than 6 months now i think and i had to paint it first. probably going for a true dual or maybe just an h pipe soon with some flow 40's. with my tax money and after i sell an extra car i have i want to eithet look for a 01-04 gt or mod my 232. the procharger looks pretty badass to buy if i do decide to just mod my sixxer. any opinions ?
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It's nice and you might as well get a gt 8.8 and also a custom dyno would be also a safety bet. I love my v6 and want to build the motor and add a procharger. I have all the bolt on and a bit more. But if i had the money i would get the gt and build that.
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It's nice and you might as well get a gt 8.8 and also a custom dyno would be also a safety bet. I love my v6 and want to build the motor and add a procharger. I have all the bolt on and a bit more. But if i had the money i would get the gt and build that.
so do u think i should just go for a gt or build on my car
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Do what your budget allows, but I'm baised towards the GT.
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Well study the number cost,install time and how much you can do on your own. Then figure if its worth it. Everything I done has been installed by me and I figure if i can learn about my car then it will help me down the road with another car. So its worth the time for me to build and learn
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i think it would be kickass to own a gt but i think the idea of a unique sixxer is awesome as well. i can go either way here. hoe much do you think a gt rear end will run me
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Depends In my area its like 800-1000 but to build a rear end is almost the same amount so its up to you
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i think just buying a gt will be cheaper for me. but who knows. i wana do one of those windstar swaps on it at least if i dont go with the procharger
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I heard a Windstar is worth it. I done everything else except that and gears
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Re: procharger

You will need a Tuner either way. Someone has a 94-98 SC for sale on another forum for $1000 I think.
Supercharger might force you into forging the internals to keep up. It would be fun, for sure. Another real good idea is to get the Windstar put on and get it dyno tuned. A set of 3.73 or 4.10 gears will make that car move and be a blast to drive!
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You will need a Tuner either way. Someone has a 94-98 SC for sale on another forum for $1000 I think.
Supercharger might force you into forging the internals to keep up. It would be fun, for sure. Another real good idea is to get the Windstar put on and get it dyno tuned. A set of 3.73 or 4.10 gears will make that car move and be a blast to drive!
awesome idea robb
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Re: procharger

Ive got N/A power and I "keep up if not beat" a STOCK 2v GT... Personaly, I would not buy a 2v GT ... Id just save a couple extra thousand and buy a mach1 ...

Modding a V6 aint cheap usually.

The m90 swap is a cheap way to go FI, but basically putting it on a stock motor is not smart.
Makes it a PITA to do the swap. You'll want to find a complete motor to swap in.


As far as thread topic, a prochager is nice, but if I go FI Id skip the bs and get a turbo kit. Spend the same, need the same supporting mods and make way more power ... that simple.

You dont "need" forged internals for any FI set up if you run it at a safe PSI on a good condition engine and haveit properly tuned
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Ive got N/A power and I "keep up if not beat" a STOCK 2v GT... Personaly, I would not buy a 2v GT ... Id just save a couple extra thousand and buy a mach1 ...

Modding a V6 aint cheap usually.

The m90 swap is a cheap way to go FI, but basically putting it on a stock motor is not smart.
Makes it a PITA to do the swap. You'll want to find a complete motor to swap in.

As far as thread topic, a prochager is nice, but if I go FI Id skip the bs and get a turbo kit. Spend the same, need the same supporting mods and make way more power ... that simple.

You dont "need" forged internals for any FI set up if you run it at a safe PSI on a good condition engine and haveit properly tuned
where can i find a good turbo kit
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where can i find a good turbo kit
Well, first off. NOT EBAY !!!!!!!!

A good turbo kit:
TMA TURBO

Their are some options on people who build turbo kits themselves on other forums.

JT and possibly if ESG still doing them.
ESG is on here, Idk if JT is.
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