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Old 11-05-2017, 05:18 PM   #1
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Twinscroll S197 4.0 Cologne V6 pic

Hey guys if you want to build a T4 Twinscroll setup, take this pic to a muffler shop and have them duplicate this pic!

You will have to remove the front stabilizer, and stock fan shroud! Install a big electric fan! Install a stabiler bar delete kit! Click image for larger version

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Disregard the pic of the truck exhaust! This setup is a Divided T4 flange! I used a Garrett T04z 67mm turbo! I also was able to get 10psi at redline of a massive GT45 turbo, with this setup!
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This setup is Smog Legal in California! As you can see the CAT's are still in place! An alternative is to use Longtube headers! I ran mine like that for awhile, and the car was 420+rwhp using longtube headers!
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This setup is Smog Legal in California! As you can see the CAT's are still in place! An alternative is to use Longtube headers! I ran mine like that for awhile, and the car was 420+rwhp using longtube headers!
I left it at 10psi because of the TQ! It produced 460lbs ft of TQ at 400rpm, and that is too much for the stock clutch! I had a 5spd manual!
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I left it at 10psi because of the TQ! It produced 460lbs ft of TQ at 4000 rpm, and that is too much for the stock clutch! I had a 5spd manual!
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Disregard the pic of the truck exhaust! This setup is a Divided T4 flange! I used a Garrett T04z 67mm turbo! I also was able to get 10psi at redline of a massive GT45 turbo, with this setup!
So mrt tells me they have a fabricated custom turbo manifolds for a 4.0 v6 mustang they told me a complete kit for 3200 with a 58 or 60 mm percision turbo. Is there another way I can get a turbo kit for my car? If so where do I start I am new to turbos.
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So mrt tells me they have a fabricated custom turbo manifolds for a 4.0 v6 mustang they told me a complete kit for 3200 with a 58 or 60 mm percision turbo. Is there another way I can get a turbo kit for my car? If so where do I start I am new to turbos.
You can have a muffler shop copy this design cause its a 4.0 like your car. All you would have to do is bring in the parts like the divided T4 flange and have it welded. The piping is 2.25in! Go to ATPTurbo.com, and order the T4 flange, and 2 2.25in U bends! The shop will do the rest! The T04z turbo cost $1400 dollars! Then the shop will charge you by the hour, or you can agree in a flat price!

You will have to order a sub frame connector, that mounts to the frame where the front stabilizer mounts! Then order a 32in electric fan for the radiator! It will be easy once you get started!

If you can find some turbo headers for the 4.0, that would be sweet and easy! Go with that and get the 60mm turbo!
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The do it yourself muffler shop is the cheapest way to Gp turbo! You can get it all done for less than $2500 bucks! This is with the cost of the turbo! You have to be willing to put everything together yourself though! You will need 36lbs injectors also! The stock fuel system is OK with 400rwhp! So no worries there! Then you will have to buy a Diablo Predetor hand held tuner, and a Diablo Mafia MAF voltage extender! You wollt then need to fabricate a MAF pipe and cut a hole on it to insert the MAF itself, made of aluminum piping! You need a jigsaw for that! If you start the buold , let me know by taking pictures and posting them here and I will tell you what to do step by step!
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First things first, take the picture I posted to a muffler shop and get a quote from them to duplicate what they see in the picture!
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You will also need to buy a Wideband air fuel gauge and a boost gauge, and a A-pillar gauge pod that supports up to 3 gauges! Or you can by gauge cups individually on eBay! You will have to wire everything yourself! Its not easy, there is a lot of things to do! But I can help you! As long as you post pictures, I can guide you!
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You will also need too buy 2 38mm wastegates with 10psi springs in both!
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Nice I will definitely try that. I have a 2009 4.0 v6 mustang with mid x pipes dual exhaust and Cai and bama 91octane tune I want to get a turbo I will try the do it yourself first. Thanks man.
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Nice I will definitely try that. I have a 2009 4.0 v6 mustang with mid x pipes dual exhaust and Cai and bama 91octane tune I want to get a turbo I will try the do it yourself first. Thanks man.
OK no problem! Make sure you post pic's so I can tell you what to do next!
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Ok sounds good I may have to look around and if it's good pricing I will buy right away if anything tax return for me.
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So you need too order from ATP.com

1. 2 2.25in UBends
2.A divided T4 flange!
3. 3 90degree 304 stainless steel
4. I 1.5in pipe for the wastegates
5.2 wastegate flanges

That should get you started!

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That's ATPTurbo.com

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That's ATPturbo.com
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