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Old 12-24-2012, 10:37 AM   #1
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So eventually I want to get a hellion turbo kit for my 2013 v6, but what else do I need to support the turbo so it won't hurt my engine if I'm running it on 5 boost or whatever
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Injectors fuel pump maybe fuel line and a tune
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How much is that gonna run me?
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So eventually I want to get a hellion turbo kit for my 2013 v6, but what else do I need to support the turbo so it won't hurt my engine if I'm running it on 5 boost or whatever
"If I'm running on 5 boost or whatever"

I think you shouldn't get a turbo. Yeah, I'm hating.
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Fuel pump -200

Dyno tune -500
Fuel line - not much
Injectors -300 to 400

---------- Post added at 11:42 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:41 AM ----------

And 5 psi from a turbo will make a HUGE jump in power
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Yeah on there website they said 5 psi would put me at around either 400 or 450 rwhp And why don't you think I should get a turbo?
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It's fine turbo is the best power adder if sized right I think u will be extremely happy with ur purchase
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He said that because you don't know exactly what a turbo is doing. If you have a professional install it all, it won't matter. I'm sure tons of people drive GT500s and have no idea how they actually work.
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So eventually I want to get a hellion turbo kit for my 2013 v6, but what else do I need to support the turbo so it won't hurt my engine if I'm running it on 5 boost or whatever
I plan on buying that kit as well!
If you buy their. Kit you technically don't need the fuel pump and stuff. Your factory stuff technically will work. But to be on the safe side it's recommended. I think it includes the stuff anyways bro just go to their website and see what it comes with.
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So if I'm running there turbo on 5 psi, what do I need to upgrade to make sure my engine will last, and will this mess up my mileage?
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So if I'm running there turbo on 5 psi, what do I need to upgrade to make sure my engine will last, and will this mess up my mileage?
The kit has everything bro just buy the kit and install everything
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You don't really need to buy anything else

Take a look on their web site
Click here>2011 - 2013 V6 Mustang Single Turbo System

They show some options that you can buy if you want to but you really could get by with just adding the Turbo kit.

The Turbo it self will not hurt anything on your car unless you jack up the boost more then you need for street driving.

For the money you will spend on a Turbo you can add a lot of go-fast plus suspension goodies to your car and be much better off if it is your street car.

Go to American Muscle and check out their V6 Project car.

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So if I'm running there turbo on 5 psi, what do I need to upgrade to make sure my engine will last, and will this mess up my mileage?
The kit has everything bro just buy the kit and install everything
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Sweet. So will this affect my mpg any?
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Sweet. So will this affect my mpg any?
2mpg 6mpg when u floor it lol
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Not at all if u keep ur foot out of it
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Not at all if u keep ur foot out of it
How you gna have a turbo and not haul *** haha
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True but I drive mine everyday so can't afford to gun it everywhere but I get on it a lot lol
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If you accelerate slowly, you'll stay out of boost and you'll notice almost zero mpg difference, so long as they tune it right.
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Is the dyne tune the best way to go instead of a handheld tuner?
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Yes no hand held tuner gives u a good tune on a turbo car
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Is the dyne tune the best way to go instead of a handheld tuner?
It comes pre loaded with a tuner that will simply make the car run safely. To get the true power you want you need a custom dyno tune. 500 minimum for a good reputable tuner! Make sure to do ur HW on the shop your going to go to
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True but I drive mine everyday so can't afford to gun it everywhere but I get on it a lot lol
you don't buy a mustang to save gas
you buy it to get from point A to point B as fast as you f**king can
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you don't buy a mustang to save gas
you buy it to get from point A to point B as fast as you f**king can
That's why you bought the GT, Boss, or GT500 versions huh?
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you don't buy a mustang to save gas
you buy it to get from point A to point B as fast as you f**king can
I'm 16 and it's my only car
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That's why you bought the GT, Boss, or GT500 versions huh?
The v6 is still a lot faster than most cars
It's faster than my dads bmw 750i that's a turbo'd v8
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750i also weighs as much as a tank lol
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750i also weighs as much as a tank lol
That's not the point tho :p
Lol just saying mustangs in general are faster than most cars
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That's not the point tho :p
Lol just saying mustangs in general are faster than most cars
And cooler! : )
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And cooler! : )
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There is one thing about any Mustang.

It does not matter what year or which engine, transmission, color, standard or premium, wheels (Ugly or nice looking) Old or new.
A Mustang is in a class by its self and you either love them or hate them

They are all still Mustangs and all enjoy the unbroken heritage that goes back to 1964.

The Corvette is the only American car that has a longer Heritage. I can't think of any other American car that has lived as long as these two brands or are loved as much by their owners.

Even when I owned my Corvettes I still liked Mustangs.

This is my friend Shari's 1966 streight six automatic convertable with factory A/C. Every time we go anyplace there are always somebody that asks questions and shares their Mustang stories. She has turned down more offers to buy this car then you could ever imagine.

I can not think of anytime in my life that I ever met someone that did not like Mustangs.



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It does not matter what year or which engine, transmission, color, standard or premium, wheels (Ugly or nice looking) Old or new.
A Mustang is in a class by its self and you either love them or hate them

They are all still Mustangs and all enjoy the unbroken heritage that goes back to 1964.

The Corvette is the only American car that has a longer Heritage. I can't think of any other American car that has lived as long as these two brands or are loved as much by their owners.

Even when I owned my Corvettes I still liked Mustangs.

This is my friend Shari's 1966 streight six automatic convertable with factory A/C. Every time we go anyplace there are always somebody that asks questions and shares their Mustang stories. She has turned down more offers to buy this car then you could ever imagine.

I can not think of anytime in my life that I ever met someone that did not like Mustangs.

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It does not matter what year or which engine, transmission, color, standard or premium, wheels (Ugly or nice looking) Old or new.
A Mustang is in a class by its self and you either love them or hate them

They are all still Mustangs and all enjoy the unbroken heritage that goes back to 1964.

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Even when I owned my Corvettes I still liked Mustangs.

This is my friend Shari's 1966 streight six automatic convertable with factory A/C. Every time we go anyplace there are always somebody that asks questions and shares their Mustang stories. She has turned down more offers to buy this car then you could ever imagine.

I can not think of anytime in my life that I ever met someone that did not like Mustangs.

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Not for sale

She already turned down $25,000 twice for it. It just is not for sale.

Someday in about 46 years our V6 Mustangs will be classics and everybody will want to buy it from you.

Like I'm saying, "Only a Mustang is A Mustang and there is no other car has the heritage a mustang has except the Corvette which has been around longer but costs way more to start with.

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She already turned down $25,000 twice for it. It just is not for sale.

Someday in about 46 years our V6 Mustangs will be classics and everybody will want to buy it from you.

Like I'm saying, "Only a Mustang is A Mustang and there is no other car has the heritage a mustang has except the Corvette which has been around longer but costs way more to start with.

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