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Old 05-05-2013, 09:53 AM   #1
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If I install a turbo and then a supercharger will that work better?

I just got the single turbo from American Muscle. But I am also thinking about doing the supercharger since its going to be in the shop already.
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Yes it can be done but it shouldn't Ur gonna spend a crap load of money making a compound boost set up Just install ur turbo and be happy
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Yes it can be done but it shouldn't Ur gonna spend a crap load of money making a compound boost set up Just install ur turbo and be happy
Thanks I will. I am going to need to forge internals, add a larger fuel pump. I am aiming at 700 hp and a new tranny. What do you reccomebd?
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Yes it can be done but it shouldn't Ur gonna spend a crap load of money making a compound boost set up Just install ur turbo and be happy
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+1? What do you mean?
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+1? What do you mean?
+1 means they are agreeing with the person that they quoted. I think doing a compound boost set up would be sweet, but it will dig into your pocket big time. I know it's doable because Hellion sells a TT kit for the 03/04 cobra that works with the factory supercharger. Imagine a supercharger with 2 turbos lol.
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The fox next to this NE that I saw at the car show was turbod and made 700hp, he had the dyno sheet displayed.

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You must have some $ burning a hole in your pocket
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I just got the single turbo from American Muscle. But I am also thinking about doing the supercharger since its going to be in the shop already.
If you're really wanting to do a compound set up you should wait until you have a built motor. Compounds on a stock motor are pretty pointless IMO. Unless you're doing it just for show
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I just got the single turbo from American Muscle. But I am also thinking about doing the supercharger since its going to be in the shop already.
I agree with all the information being tossed around here. However, if you're going to build your motor and you have a Turbo kit, you have potential to make a ridiculous amount of power! You could definitely make in the 700 Range with a built motor and that turbo set up.

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I would love a 700hp car
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You must have some $ burning a hole in your pocket
I just work hard, so I could play hard. Its an oil country where I am from.

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+1 means they are agreeing with the person that they quoted. I think doing a compound boost set up would be sweet, but it will dig into your pocket big time. I know it's doable because Hellion sells a TT kit for the 03/04 cobra that works with the factory supercharger. Imagine a supercharger with 2 turbos lol.
Ok gotcha!
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Id love to do that. But saving up for a house with the fiancé as well as trying to mod my car a little bit.
Houses aren't cheap lol
And i have pretty much no credit cause ive never taken out a loan or used credit cards, ive always just been patient, saved and payed in full for things i wanted
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Id love to do that. But saving up for a house with the fiancé as well as trying to mod my car a little bit.
Houses aren't cheap lol
And i have pretty much no credit cause ive never taken out a loan or used credit cards, ive always just been patient, saved and payed in full for things i wanted
Thats the way to go about it!
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[QUOTE=Dpando;1638577]I just work hard, so I could play hard. Its an oil country where I am from.

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Gulf States my man!! Just outside of NOLA over here!
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Id love to do that. But saving up for a house with the fiancé as well as trying to mod my car a little bit.
Houses aren't cheap lol
And i have pretty much no credit cause ive never taken out a loan or used credit cards, ive always just been patient, saved and payed in full for things i wanted
You better get some credit cards and establish a history if you want to buy a house. The last 3 pay stub days are over.
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You better get some credit cards and establish a history if you want to buy a house. The last 3 pay stub days are over.
+1, I just got my first credit card (18 years old) and if I'm buying a car part or something I will make sure I have the money in my bank account but still put it on the card to build credit.
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You better get some credit cards and establish a history if you want to buy a house. The last 3 pay stub days are over.
I use a debit card, but that dont help i believe lol.
I guess ill be getting a credit card like everyone else soon
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+1, I just got my first credit card (18 years old) and if I'm buying a car part or something I will make sure I have the money in my bank account but still put it on the card to build credit.
That's the way to do it. It's best to leave a little on the card and make payments at first. If you go over 20% of your limit tho, it will actually hurt you.

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I use a debit card, but that dont help i believe lol.
I guess ill be getting a credit card like everyone else soon
Debt card will do nothing for your credit score. Get a secured credit card, say you deposit $500 and they give you $500 limit, keep it payed below $100 and watch your credit score climb.

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Your car insurance is based on your credit score now.
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23 and my credit score is golden thanks to dumping $150 a week in snap on and Matco plus my car and little loans
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23 and my credit score is golden thanks to dumping $150 a week in snap on and Matco plus my car and little loans
That's a good way to do it also, hell even perspective employers run a credit check now.
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I just work hard, so I could play hard. Its an oil country where I am from.

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Ok gotcha!
Agreed!!
Same here, man.
I work hard, have fun but sometimes the fun ends up costing me $200-600. Not to metio the insurance.. /:
No track near, and you're on county road, and your car is just begging for it. (;

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Id love to do that. But saving up for a house with the fiancé as well as trying to mod my car a little bit.
Houses aren't cheap lol
And i have pretty much no credit cause ive never taken out a loan or used credit cards, ive always just been patient, saved and payed in full for things i wanted
Same here on the saving up part.
I have no credit, or whatsoever as well.
I'm doing good without them. And it is fun to have money to just spend with "worry-free" and the no worry on the energy making sure you're going over or screwing with credits. Lol.
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Oil country buddy, but that area is bitter over the gulf oil spill.

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I use a debit card, but that dont help i believe lol.
I guess ill be getting a credit card like everyone else soon
Go with a secured credit card and dont spend more than %10 and pay on time. Credit to Debt Ratio and Timely payments are the main scoring agents for a strong good fico score.
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Oil country buddy, but that area is bitter over the gulf oil spill.

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Go with a secured credit card and dont spend more than %10 and pay on time. Credit to Debt Ratio and Timely payments are the main scoring agents for a strong good fico score.
Yep, anything over 20% will go against your score.
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Have the turbo feed into a posi supercharger. I mean its unnecessary but it will have some torque and it will be a great convo piece.
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