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Old 12-16-2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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Turbo or supercharger

I'm looking to put some major power in my 01 gt this summer. I'm wondering what you mustang owners think about either turbo or supercharger system . I'm stuck between the two. Give me your input please
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Old 12-16-2012, 08:56 AM   #2
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Are you installing yourself? I hear great things about the on3 turbo kits, but Vortech kits come with fuel management and a voucher to send your ecu in to be tuned. Just depends on what you prefer and how much money you're willing to spend.
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Old 12-16-2012, 09:36 AM   #3
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I'm looking to do it myself but I do have a friend that does have a custom shop to help if I need it. I don't have endless funds but when I do plan on doing the upgrade I Willkie site I have what I need. I really do want a turbo bit it's the complex things I will have to do to make everything work . But hey you gotta work hard to play hard
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This goes back to the mustang triad. Fast, cheap, reliable. Pick 2.
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Turbo makes more power and won't hurt gas Milage as bad
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Turbo makes more power and won't hurt gas Milage as bad
Bias info. Hehe
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Bias info. Hehe
Not really turbo has no drag from the belt a d doesn't rob power
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This goes back to the mustang triad. Fast, cheap, reliable. Pick 2.
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Not really turbo has no drag from the belt a d doesn't rob power
I didn't mean anything by it, just said that since you have one.
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Ehh Slap em both on there wth haha jk
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Ehh Slap em both on there wth haha jk
Compound FI lol, it can be done.
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Compound FI lol, it can be done.
It can indeed just need time effort strong internals ect. and $$$$ lol
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