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Old 07-03-2012, 11:40 PM   #1
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I'm going to start getting parts for the build. I know I got alittle while till I install and tune but anyone have a part list.
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You know some a hole will come on here and tell you to get a v8 >.<

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I thought about many many things.... I thought about the m112 too, I thing forged lower end right, however my friend whose a mechanic and built race motors says forged parts are too heavy...
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I know I seen the number. I just needs the parts list so i can get the parts together. But with full m112 you can get 300 HP and no intercooler needed. I mean expect to pay 2000-4000 but worth it in my opinion
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Re: m112

You can get a complete intercooled turbo setup for damn near the same price, why not do that? Or a used centri blower is cheap and can be done for <2K
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Isn't turbo better than blower?
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Well cause with this I can spend a year or so getting the parts. With the turbo and supercharger kits I gotta buy all the parts at once. I seen them on sale just never have all the money at once the most expensive parts of the m112 builds are the plate which is 800 and the m112 which vary in price everything else you can find cheap criaglist and ebay junkyards
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I heard fords love turbo
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Well cause with this I can spend a year or so getting the parts. With the turbo and supercharger kits I gotta buy all the parts at once. I seen them on sale just never have all the money at once the most expensive parts of the m112 builds are the plate which is 800 and the m112 which vary in price everything else you can find cheap criaglist and ebay junkyards
You can find a used vortech for <500 often, then wait to buy your bracket for it, then the intercooler kit, injectors etc... You can space out anything, even a turbo kit
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Yeah plus with a turbo you can run it under 11psi on a stock motor. Then after you build up your inards you can turn up the boost. Either way it would be a good idea to invest in a 8.8 if you don't have one, put in an upgraded fuel pump and injectors. I also read an article where they threw a turbo on a stock 05 v6 stang and they were saying how the stock plugs where too "hot" for a turbo set up and they suggested getting plugs that are at least one step cooler. If you can't cross match a cooler plug from your stocker they say to run a copper plug your stock type.
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Well I'm on the hunt for a fuel pump right now
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I'm going to start getting parts for the build. I know I got alittle while till I install and tune but anyone have a part list.
Contact Nathan at mysteedperformance.com
He sells a full kit for 3,000 and he will most likely help u with getting the parts.
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I know I seen his thing but i still need to get a new hood,some gauges
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Re: m112

Grab a SVT focus pump, it'll be good up to ~400rwhp
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I know I'm looking to see if I can find it.
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3S4Z-9H307-BC SVT Focus fuel pump fits 1998-2004 Mustangs/Cobra, Speed Concepts
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Not a bad price i will look into getting it.
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I would take the the blower and the lower manifold to a machine shop and see what they can fab for you as far as the adapter go's cuz 800 is too expensive for a piece of metal with some holes in it
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I would take the the blower and the lower manifold to a machine shop and see what they can fab for you as far as the adapter go's cuz 800 is too expensive for a piece of metal with some holes in it
Not when you factor in the countless hours in r and d done for an extremely low production run by at least 3 separate companies/ people.

Just like any v6 performance part. You pay way more than you should because of low demand.
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Old 07-07-2012, 11:52 PM   #19
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until the intercooled lower is made for the M112 on a V6 car, the thing will always be useless in high-performance perspective, i mean sure you can water/meth it for the drag strip but anything more than that you'd run out of injection before the competition is over with... honestly OP i still think you should go centri or turbo, more power per dollar spent
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Well the guys who came up with the idea run it with no heating problems. They make 300-400 hp
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Well the guys who came up with the idea run it with no heating problems. They make 300-400 hp
They've seen 600 rwhp with a full built engine also.
But heating does become an issue and you will not make as much power when it's hot, not saying u won't make power but if it gets hot you'll see maybe 500. That's the problem is the loss of power when it gets hot.

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I wouldn't run over ten lbs on a stock bottom, or 300 rwhp
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Well the guys who came up with the idea run it with no heating problems. They make 300-400 hp
thats mid-upper mid range performance lol with fully built motors and a stock pulley it's not hard to see that without many problems, those guys running 500-600 are all meth injected which means it's temporary power..
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thats mid-upper mid range performance lol with fully built motors and a stock pulley it's not hard to see that without many problems, those guys running 500-600 are all meth injected which means it's temporary power..
Yep this is true.
I've done lots of research on the idea.
I'd personally do a turbo or procharger now that I've researched a lot
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Well It's all about taste and remember whatever choice someone makes a v6 supercharger or turbo is still rare and few
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Well It's all about taste and remember whatever choice someone makes a v6 supercharger or turbo is still rare and few
Also very true
Very rare to have a fast v6
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Re: m112

but they're everywhere on youtube
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They've seen 600 rwhp with a full built engine also.
But heating does become an issue and you will not make as much power when it's hot, not saying u won't make power but if it gets hot you'll see maybe 500. That's the problem is the loss of power when it gets hot.

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I wouldn't run over ten lbs on a stock bottom, or 300 rwhp

600rwhp on what? an m112 setup? That won't happen without nitrous....
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Heat is a problem with a m112 thats how they got the nickname (heaton) not eaton ,but neway u do whatevr u want ur money,ur car. Personally if i was u look for a thunderbird supercoupe and swap it all. You will have the forged internals and ur only limited by how much money u have. By of course im a little bias.
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I would be going backward and I rather build my motor and if i had money do a turbo set up.
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then why not just save up? you already plan to slowly piece together the M112 setup, instead just save and buy a turbo or better S/C setup
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I would be going backward and I rather build my motor and if i had money do a turbo set up.
Going backwards?

Nope
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600rwhp on what? an m112 setup? That won't happen without nitrous....
anything is really possible if your engine is built so it can support the boost needed to reach that hp. and like david said, with an m112 itd have to be meth cooled so it would only be temporary power.
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Well right now my main goals are to get gears and control arms installed. Then get a taller hood and some new bumpers. Then I can plan I just figured I can do a m112 cheaper and simpler. But i guess not so I'm going to figure something else out
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