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Old 04-10-2012, 10:11 AM   #1
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Please dudes procharger or 4.2.

Ok i'm seriously seriously going to do one of these i have the cash in hand and want to know from people with more exp. then me which way to go. I want 400 to the wheels i have every bolt on except an underdrive pulley i have some self head and lower intake work just gasket matched and blended, an sd coil and msd wires, windstar upper port matched to bbk 65 mm t.b and a k&n air filter my suspension has an eibach pro systems plus kit shock/struts,springs and sway bars some ebay c.c's and some ebay sub frame connectors my exhaust is bbk shorts to custom o/r x two glass packs and two flow 40's prob a few things i forgot but whatever so help me out give me some advise and dont plasti dip thread this time please

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I have a stock cam btw

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i knowi cant get 400 w/o both i just want to know what to do first as far as money can i do the 4.2 with 5 g's cuz i have to source the labor and i'm thinking no the procharger i will do my self that doesn't seem to bad
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I say go with the 4.2 your surely won't regret it
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Build the engine first. Then you only have to instal the blower one time.
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It's true, if you just throw a blower on there is s chance you'll throw a rod or grenade a piston. If you get into your motor first and and rebuild it with forged internals the you'll be able to pull a lot more boost without the worry of internal part failure. Also you gotta get the the compression right for the amount of boost you wanna run and tune your car for the timing adjustments. So if you really wanna run a blower I would put forged innerds in you engine first. Also I wouldn't think it would be worth it to build up to a 4.2.
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Build the engine first. Then you only have to instal the blower one time.
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It's true, if you just throw a blower on there is s chance you'll throw a rod or grenade a piston. If you get into your motor first and and rebuild it with forged internals the you'll be able to pull a lot more boost without the worry of internal part failure. Also you gotta get the the compression right for the amount of boost you wanna run and tune your car for the timing adjustments. So if you really wanna run a blower I would put forged innerds in you engine first. Also I wouldn't think it would be worth it to build up to a 4.2.
+1000 build the bottom end first then do you're blower!
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