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Old 11-30-2015, 01:11 PM   #1
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On 3 turbo kit?

Ive been looking at the kit for some time now and ive heard good and bad reviews. I've also heard they have got a lot better at making the kits. Really want to hear what you know about them, especially from the people who use them. Thank you in advance.

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Old 11-30-2015, 01:22 PM   #2
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I'm interested in this as well thinking about a twin turbo kit


04 GT: CAI, 3.73, Longtubes, Full exhaust, Comp Cams 270's, Short throw, Pullies, BBK 73mm TB, MSD coils, 47lb injectors, MPT tuned, Steeda lowering springs, Front strut bar, MM caster camber plates and the list goes on.
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Old 11-30-2015, 03:17 PM   #3
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It's a decent kit... But I would stick with the single turbo setups


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Just curious, why stay single?


04 GT: CAI, 3.73, Longtubes, Full exhaust, Comp Cams 270's, Short throw, Pullies, BBK 73mm TB, MSD coils, 47lb injectors, MPT tuned, Steeda lowering springs, Front strut bar, MM caster camber plates and the list goes on.
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Old 12-01-2015, 02:45 AM   #5
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The twin kits only 800 bucks more. With twins you can run a smaller turbo get faster spool up and make more power down the road. Single kits make good power just a little more boost lag if running a slightly larger turbo. I have the single kit now it's not on the car as Iam building a motor and going to do it all at once. Local shop here has done several on3 and no problems at all good kit great fit and puts out some stout numbers! Randy recently did a non pi car 8.5psi completely stock it made 416hp at the wheels with 460tq thru a five speed! More power on less boost than a blower!


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Old 12-01-2015, 04:29 AM   #6
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Very nice numbers

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Just be aware that the price you see for the kit is not all you will pay. You will need to add your own fuel, tune and some other misc. parts. Then there is making sure the rest of the car is setup to handle that power. What is your suspension like? Transmission/clutch (or converter)? Chassis bracing?




Budget at least $6k if for the turbo you are DIY. More if you are getting it installed by a shop. I would factor in how much your car is worth and how much upgrading to a supercharger/turbocharger is going to run plus all the other supporting parts and then add it all up. You will likely find it quickly nearing the $20k mark which is the price point of just buying a Coyote. Only reason I have a Novicharged 2000 is because its a special edition and I only paid $5500 for it with 34k miles. And I'm still going to be right around $12k when all is said and done...
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I ordered everything from on3 K frame injectors mass air complete kit to the door steps it was 3200.00


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Rest of the fuel system, an actual slot MAF, tuner, dyno tune etc... etc... And I would probably have sprung for the 67mm BB turbo upgrade over the stock journal bearing one but its not required.


Going to be above the $5k range when all is said and done most likely although some ppl do crazy cheap builds. You probably already have the tuner. I am talking about someone going from scratch. It is going to be in the same price range as a complete ready to go S trim kit from Vortech.
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Yeah I did go with the smaller 67mm turbo for a little faster spool up. Clean kit I've helped him put the last two kits on customer cars just to get the experience we had to modify at least one pipe in each kit so you will have to have someone that can tig weld. The stock fuel system with a good pumps good for around 500hp after that it's time for the big stuff. For a stock car everything from them about 3500 to the door randy at Carolina Dyno charges 1800 to 2 grange tuned drive away installed so you will tare 5k up!


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