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Old 10-26-2014, 11:49 PM   #1
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Tork tech project finally finished

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Yesterday was a long day. Loaded the stang up on a u haul trailor and drove 140 miles to go see lee blankenship. First time ive met lee. He really took his time and put a lot of work in tuning my car. In the end car did 400rwhp and 409lbs torque at 10.2 pounds boost at 6000 rpms. Car flat out scoots and responds instantly. I would highly recommend lee for any mustang needs. Very sharp at what he does. I ended up going out crusing around town after we got back from our trip. Went down the stretch where racers usually are. Wasnt long til a hemi pulled up beside me and wanted a piece. Wasnt a race at all. It was over right when i took off. Probably going to put the car up for the winter now. Plan on swapping out the tork tech heat exchanger for a termi one in the spring along with a bigger res tank.


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How much you spent


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Old 10-26-2014, 11:54 PM   #3
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Tuning and dyno was $450 he spent almost 3 hours working on it


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I mean on the whole set up sorry


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Old 10-27-2014, 12:08 AM   #5
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I got lucky and found the kit on craigslist. The guy wrecked his car before he could drop the kit in it. I got everything for $2500. Only things i had to get on my own was a fuel pump gauges and some electrical stuff. He gave me all his receipts which was almost $6000 worth of parts when he bought it


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Old 10-27-2014, 12:19 AM   #6
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I got lucky and found the kit on craigslist. The guy wrecked his car before he could drop the kit in it. I got everything for $2500. Only things i had to get on my own was a fuel pump gauges and some electrical stuff. He gave me all his receipts which was almost $6000 worth of parts when he bought it


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Dang badass come up


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Nice thats what im talking about! Ive heard the name of the tuner u took it to a few times but where is he located? And whats the name of the shop?


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Old 10-27-2014, 02:06 PM   #9
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His shop is in shelbyville ky. His shop is called blankenship tuning and performance. I def found me a new tuner. His dad and a guy he had working for him were there to. They were the nicest people to talk to. We talked about mustangs and everything. We had a blast.


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I'm planning on doing a tork tech build myself. Did you use tork techs own brand s/c or did you use the eaton m112?


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I used the tork tech brand blower. They claim that its a much better blower to go with.


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Gotcha. I've heard it's comparable to the tvs.


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Old 12-13-2014, 11:29 AM   #13
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Ive heard that to. Only complaint i have is that torktech arent very helpful if you have any questions. The plenum that bolts to the back of the blower is a piece of junk as well


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Yeah. Everyone says they make an awesome product but if you buy it, your on your own. I'm going to go with the eaton m112.


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Old 12-14-2014, 04:14 PM   #15
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If i had to do it all over again i do the eaton as well. Only reason i went with the mp112 is because i bought the entire kit from a guy cheap. After i get my longblock finished im gonna swap to the vmp tvs for the termi. Ive read thats the best blower to have


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Nice car and very Nice build.

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