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Old 03-02-2015, 03:47 AM   #1
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3.8L super charger

Hey Ibwas looking to supercharge my Stang but I don't know what direction to go and I'm on a low budget its a 2001 3.8 l v6 Thx guy


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Old 03-02-2015, 08:41 PM   #2
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If you're on a low budget and want FI then go turbo. Run low boost and you'll be fine..for a little while.

The truth is to go FI the correct way is not cheap. Build the motor pre FI and support that added power with better suspension, braking, and traction mods. It will cost much more but your car will be better off to manage the power/stress from the FI application.
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The only problem is I've searched for like 8 months trying to find a exhaust manifold and I can't find one it sucks


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And also I have a garret t3 turbo in my garage just don't have the manifold so it sucks


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Just get a 4v engine from a mark vi and put the cobra parts on it then bam you have a cobra engine
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I was gonna do a 4.6 swap but you need slot of other things r u back end all the extra stuff right ?


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Buy a junked ford thunderbird with the 3.8 sc stock and swap it. I had a 90 tbird loved it but it had a few to many body issues. I rebuilt the motor and put it in my stang and with the stang weighing 1/3 the tbird it really scoots.


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