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Old 09-30-2012, 08:41 PM   #1
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twin turbo manifolds

Does anyone know if anyone makes a twin turbo manifolds for the 4.0 v6
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Probably not, the 4.0 is one of the hardest mustang engines to find parts for.
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http://www.on3performance.com/ThreeV6.aspx
U don't need TT on a v6 one is enough
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In confused, looks like a gt kit?
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Old 10-01-2012, 08:37 AM   #5
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It's the v6 kit, of u have any doubts about fitment call them.
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How much does it cost?
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How much does it cost?
Full kit is just over 2k I think

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Click buy now at the bottom and takes u to a page to see price
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1900$. Ive seen rhe kit. Its a great price. I just wanted twin turbos
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Unless you have a seriously built engine and wanting 600+ HP, a single turbo will work great.
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Im going to build a 2nd engine and shooting for 600+.
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Realistically? Building a v6 is expensive and you really don't get the performance per dollar than you would with a V8.

Even then, a good single turbo can support well over 600hp.

For twin I don't know what to tell you. Unless the manifolds are custom fabricated, I've never seen a set of them.
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U won't need a twin for even 600.
Twins are unneeded
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U won't need a twin for even 600.
Twins are unneeded
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I was just saying unless he wanted 600+HP, it's not even kind of worth it to have twins.
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Old 10-01-2012, 12:35 PM   #14
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To build the engine its going to cost roughly 10k. I bought the car for under 5k. So dollar per dollar id have the same amount into the car i can get a GT for. So the build is going to cost less then a GT. And i just want to do twins for the hell of it.
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I can understand that, try to be the top 4.0 and beat almost all gt. You will have to have it custom made though...
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If you want twins go for it. The problem that everyone is talking about. If you have twins (which isn't necessary) you are probably gonna have some serious lag. Where a single turbo will spool much easier creating power faster. So I would atleast use smaller turbos to help with that problem. Because its possible you won't even make any more power than you would with a single turbo unless done right. You gotta think you will basically only be having 3 cylinders driving each turbo.
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:30 PM   #17
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Very true. Im planning on running 20lbs of boost. So i was thinking a small turbo then a medium sized turbo. And if i do all new internals itll handle it.
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You'll have to do the same turbo on each side
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Old 10-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #19
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Why would i have to do the same on each side?
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Why would i have to do the same on each side?
To keep your engine balanced. You would be loading more on one side then the other.
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How can you use the same setup on other v6s? Smaller turbo on 1 side and medium on the other.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:24 AM   #22
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On all modern v6 you'd have to use the same turbo on both sides in a twin turbo application.
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