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Old 09-28-2014, 07:18 PM   #1
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Twin turbo kit

Okay so I found this twin turbo kit on eBay and wanted to know if this looks good and if everything is here Click image for larger version

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Lmao. Come on man

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Old 09-28-2014, 08:30 PM   #3
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So no okay got it


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So no okay got it


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Get the on3 kit if your looking for a kit that won't break the bank

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No offence intended, but if you begin with " Okay so I found this twin turbo kit on eBay", don't do it. Forced induction is not something you go generic or cheap on.
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Beau, you don't want a cheap turbo kit. It will only lead to heartache and disappointment.

And, unless you have an aftermarket 4-bolt block, there is little need for anything more than a Vortech supercharger.

Your stock five-oh block will split if pushed past 500rwhp... there are exceptions, but 500 seems to be the accepted limit of the factory block.

So if you want MOAR POWA, leave everything stock and just get a used vortech kit designed for your car.

Not trying to discourage you, just giving you a heads up.
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Beau, you don't want a cheap turbo kit. It will only lead to heartache and disappointment.

And, unless you have an aftermarket 4-bolt block, there is little need for anything more than a Vortech supercharger.

Your stock five-oh block will split if pushed past 500rwhp... there are exceptions, but 500 seems to be the accepted limit of the factory block.

So if you want MOAR POWA, leave everything stock and just get a used vortech kit designed for your car.

Not trying to discourage you, just giving you a heads up.

Okay I also thought about the supercharger option but it is really hard to find a supercharger that will fit that is under 2k. If you could help me out looking for one that would be greatly appreciated.


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Wait so of I exceed 500rwhp my engine will break?


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If you want the most bang for your buck just go with the on3 kit.. Cheapest way to make power and still a pretty good kit... For the money


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If you want the most bang for your buck just go with the on3 kit.. Cheapest way to make power and still a pretty good kit... For the money
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What mods do you have on your car now?


What kind of condition is your bottom end?


Are you going to install it?


The On3 is a decent budget kit but you better know something about FI and some home tuning to make sure she doesn't go boom.
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What mods do you have on your car now?


What kind of condition is your bottom end?


Are you going to install it?


The On3 is a decent budget kit but you better know something about FI and some home tuning to make sure she doesn't go boom.

I just have a custom exhaust on it that's all. I only have 63,000 mi on the car and I honestly don't know anythjng about FI. Can you send me a link to a on3 kit that will fit a 1994 mustang gt?


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On 3 Performance Mustang Single Turbo Kit (94-95) 5.0L


Also read up and get to knowing what you need in regards to fuel, timing and other stuff dedicated to forced induction.
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With low miles like you have you should be fine on low boost... Anything under 10lbs on the on3 kit should be safe and still very fun. But just remember anything can go wrong so don't be surprised if it dose go boom.
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I'm in the middle of a build right now that is very similar to what u are talking about... I have a 91 5.0 100% stock longblock I'm putting the on3 kit on... Shooting for 10lbs. Should be done in a few weeks hopefully before winter.. But I have known a couple people with the kit to have very good success with the kit... My buddy on a stock short block went 6.9 in a 1/8 on only 6lbs with the 70mm on3 kit... Made 420hp to the wheels with a auto c4 tranny.
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I'm in the middle of a build right now that is very similar to what u are talking about... I have a 91 5.0 100% stock longblock I'm putting the on3 kit on... Shooting for 10lbs. Should be done in a few weeks hopefully before winter.. But I have known a couple people with the kit to have very good success with the kit... My buddy on a stock short block went 6.9 in a 1/8 on only 6lbs with the 70mm on3 kit... Made 420hp to the wheels with a auto c4 tranny.
Your buddy made 420 to the wheels on 6lbs......what mods does he have?
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Ebay kit? :/
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