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Old 12-10-2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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SC, Turbo, procharged? Which one?

When I get the new car (2011-12 5.0) I'm going to be doing one these? Question is which one should I do? Just needing some point of views from people who have these or know alot about them!

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Depends on what you want, more bottom end torque? More top end HP? General increase in both?
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Depends on what you want, more bottom end torque? More top end HP? General increase in both?
Something drivable on a daily basis but when I need to go fast like on a track, or a cocky camaro Ill be able to get it going that is why I was thinking about a turbo u don't "feel" it till you step on it
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Something drivable on a daily basis but when I need to go fast like on a track, or a cocky camaro Ill be able to get it going that is why I was thinking about a turbo u don't "feel" it till you step on it
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Both are good its more of budget and price. Also goals are what u look into
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Both are good its more of budget and price. Also goals are what u look into
My complete goal is 10 second or less show car daily driver! haha like as I said wanting something I can drive around but put the petal to the metal when I need to!
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My complete goal is 10 second or less show car daily driver! haha like as I said wanting something I can drive around but put the petal to the metal when I need to!
Single turbo kit can make 10.99 on street tires I bet! Completely stock driving under 2500 RPM. Is a total sleeper until the boost starts coming in then you hear the turbo whine and when you change gears the blow off valve but by then it is way to late!

I opened my hood at a shop and they thought I had a cold air kit!
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Single turbo kit can make 10.99 on street tires I bet! Completely stock driving under 2500 RPM. Is a total sleeper until the boost starts coming in then you hear the turbo whine and when you change gears the blow off valve but by then it is way to late!

I opened my hood at a shop and they thought I had a cold air kit!
Yeah that's what I'm really looking for. You think it is about the same for a auto I'm not really the best with a manual only drove one like twice and that was on my dads 1965 impala four speed with a 383 stroker haha not like a mustang
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A turbo is better for spoiled up power, so like highway races (not saying they are good to do) and supercharges are good for around town driving when you want instant power at lower rpms. Turbos will give you better 1/4 times though.

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Single turbo kit can make 10.99 on street tires I bet! Completely stock driving under 2500 RPM. Is a total sleeper until the boost starts coming in then you hear the turbo whine and when you change gears the blow off valve but by then it is way to late!

I opened my hood at a shop and they thought I had a cold air kit!
Turbos don't whine, it's more like a wooshing sound.
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Something drivable on a daily basis but when I need to go fast like on a track, or a cocky camaro Ill be able to get it going that is why I was thinking about a turbo u don't "feel" it till you step on it
That is exactly what I love about the turbo on my forester. It's a normal suv until you hit it.
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