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Old 02-05-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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I wanna build a powerful v6 motor. It's going to have a turbo on it and possible 50 shot nitrous fogger system.
I found this...

http://www.powertrainproducts.net/Pr...oductCode=1811

And build it with this package

http://www.supersixmotorsports.com/p...1PowerPaks.pdf

Heres the turbo

http://www.tmaturbo.com/streetstripkit.html


What y'all think? The reason I'm doing this is bc I wanna have this car the rest of my life and enjoy it. And i made up my mind this is what I wanna do
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Old 02-05-2012, 05:55 PM   #2
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Well look into a gt fuel pump and bigger injector
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Old 02-05-2012, 07:14 PM   #3
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Well look into a gt fuel pump and bigger injector
Alright 39 lb fuel injectors?

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Ok since I'm building this a part at a time. Could I have the 39 lbs and the gt fuel pump running on my v6 motor ?
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You can add the fuel pump for now but you can't change the injector. But the size depends on the boast
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Old 02-05-2012, 07:37 PM   #5
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Oh thanks. What about modding to a Gt feul tank? Is there more fuel?
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I think they would but you still need a bigger one for turbo. Remember supporting mods you cant go cheap
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Old 02-05-2012, 09:25 PM   #7
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I'm going to start from rebuilding the motor and using the h/c/I from supersixmotorsports

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I'm going to start from rebuilding the motor and using the h/c/I from supersixmotorsports
Got a brand new transmission so might as well remake the motor or buy a low mileage one and build it
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i see fail everywhere....

gt fuel pump useless.... same as the V6 one

the SVT focus 255lph pump is a direct drop in and can handle a decent hp load

the gas tanks are also the same -_-

what boost are we talking here? hopefully not more than 10-11psi considering you showed a factory bottom end..

SSM while they make great stuff is overpriced... i only have it thanks to someone's screw up...

you have money in hand for this or what? or do we have to wait 5 years to see some results LOL

edit: wow in one day swapping to a V8 lmfao (other thread of yours)
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:11 AM   #9
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i see fail everywhere....

gt fuel pump useless.... same as the V6 one

the SVT focus 255lph pump is a direct drop in and can handle a decent hp load

the gas tanks are also the same -_-

what boost are we talking here? hopefully not more than 10-11psi considering you showed a factory bottom end..

SSM while they make great stuff is overpriced... i only have it thanks to someone's screw up...

you have money in hand for this or what? or do we have to wait 5 years to see some results LOL

edit: wow in one day swapping to a V8 lmfao (other thread of yours)
It's from people telling me what I should do. I would just go rebuild what I got now. Then buy another mustang. Too much trouble engine swapping. No money issues. Most likely going to keep what I have and make it better.
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Turbos are awesome superchargers are better in My opinion.. turbos produce lots of heat .. more heat less horsepower... They heat soak everything in engine compartment.. superchargers don't less heat more horsepower.. and you can get the lil superchargers that attach on a bracket instead changing whole intake if you or someone already or wanted to up grade to the windstar upper intake ...
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Turbos are awesome superchargers are better in My opinion.. turbos produce lots of heat .. more heat less horsepower... They heat soak everything in engine compartment.. superchargers don't less heat more horsepower.. and you can get the lil superchargers that attach on a bracket instead changing whole intake if you or someone already or wanted to up grade to the windstar upper intake ...
While a turbocharger will generate more heat under the hood, I have never seen a supercharged application make more horsepower per pound of boost than a matched turbo setup. The setups that produce more under hood heat are prob cheap home made setups that aren't ceramic coated, or heat wrapped.

Turbo's are generally better.
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Which goes to show its an opinion matter..
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Which goes to show its an opinion matter..
From a "what makes more horsepower" standpoint its not turbo wins, from a "what do I want to put on my car" is all opinion, same with "whats better" thats an opinion also.
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race ported m112 on meth... gobs of torque...
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If tomorrow goes fine I'll have a 1999 svt cobra motor. It needs to be rebuilt, and has 140k miles on it. The guy selling it to me is giving me a friendly price of 600$

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This will be a great project because my girlfriends job does machine work it's a family business and her dad said he will bore it and all for a case of beer. Not a bad deal. The motor has it all even the wire harnesses. Going pick it up tomorrow. Then getting the tremec t45 later the transy I'm looking at it rebuilt for 1,020$. Then 8.8 rear end and feul pump. Radiator and cooling system and computer. And done.
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Do a forged stroker kit on it. Bad *** results. Also. Port the heads and intake manifold while your at it. The 4v is sweet.
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Ok so I did all my research now i need to know what I can do to modify my car for the tremec t 45 transmission... Any help?
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I know the swaps been done many times. Sure the.writeup is on here somewhere. You should also look into swapping to the cobra brakes too.
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If tomorrow goes fine I'll have a 1999 svt cobra motor. It needs to be rebuilt, and has 140k miles on it. The guy selling it to me is giving me a friendly price of 600$

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This will be a great project because my girlfriends job does machine work it's a family business and her dad said he will bore it and all for a case of beer. Not a bad deal. The motor has it all even the wire harnesses. Going pick it up tomorrow. Then getting the tremec t45 later the transy I'm looking at it rebuilt for 1,020$. Then 8.8 rear end and feul pump. Radiator and cooling system and computer. And done.
650$ what needs to be done? Does it need new pistons/rods or just new bearings you may want to check on that before you jump into a 1500$ engine build, plus you need a wiring harness, motor mounts, but I'm sure you know all that.
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650$ what needs to be done? Does it need new pistons/rods or just new bearings you may want to check on that before you jump into a 1500$ engine build, plus you need a wiring harness, motor mounts, but I'm sure you know all that.
Guy changed his mind at the last minute. So... Leaves me right back to saving up for a v8. Good news tho... I KNOW STANDARD! so that's what I'll look for. A standard 99-04 mustang gt. So awesome.

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My friends been teaching me standard and they've been very supportive and so has my dad. I think he will buy me another mustang, a v8 this time, if this v6 dies off. That or I'll have my opportunity to buy my v8 myself. But itll definatly be standard.
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