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Old 03-27-2013, 11:14 PM   #1
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Turbo help!

So I found this turbo for sale what would be a good price to offer him and what would I all need to buy to make this work for a 2000 mustang gt thanks!
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I dont know alot about turbo systems but what I do know is you would have to plumb the turbo for what is called the cold and hot side of the turbo. Cold side is the intake side where you would have to determin if your going to run your MAF before or after the turbo. The hot side of the turbo is the exhuast side. You would need to upgrade your fuel system, install waste gate, blow off valve, intercooler and figure out a way to get your car retuned. IMO as a novice to turbos who has never installed a turbo I would buy a full kit for my first install and save doing a custom setup for my second or even 3rd time around.
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Unless your wanting to do some crazy setup for show it's just way better and easier to buy a kit that comes with everything you need and good instructions... And never go with on3 performance, they suck
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Ok thanks for the help! I'm not a big turbo can either but found this so was just curious. IMO I'd rather go kenne bell
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Kenne Bell makes alot of torque for that middle weight car you got. Why not go centri? It will be easier to hook up with.
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Just love the whine of a kenne bell
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Good enough reason as any I guess.
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