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Old 03-17-2013, 09:21 PM   #1
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3.7 TT?

Hey so I've been doing some thinking and what not ford did a 3.5 eco boost with two small turbos...we pretty much have the same motor...different heads so what type of fun could we really have!!
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Hey so I've been doing some thinking and what not ford did a 3.5 eco boost with two small turbos...we pretty much have the same motor...different heads so what type of fun could we really have!!
Nope, same heads but larger crank on the 3.7 I'm pretty sure...but yeah I mean higher rpm capable heads on the 3.7 but that's internal, the exteriors are the same...
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The 3.5 Ecoboost motor has better internals and is made stronger for the added abuse of boost. I've heard the manifolds bolt up different, which is the biggest hurdle adapting it to our motor. Anyway, unless someone gives you an SHO setup or you find a wrecked car and got the pair for a few hundred, better off going with a kit made for the 3.7 or fabbing your own.

We know our cars can put down around 550whp on a stock block.
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Dont know if you saw this already but this guy is twin turboing his 2013 v6 but he isn't using the 3.5 manifolds and turbos though. He's almost finished and it looks freakin sweet

http://m.mustangforums.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=683153
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Dont know if you saw this already but this guy is twin turboing his 2013 v6 but he isn't using the 3.5 manifolds and turbos though. He's almost finished and it looks freakin sweet

http://m.mustangforums.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=683153
HOLY SH*T!!! I read the whole thread!! That man is my hero!!! If it works out i plan on buying a kit from him!!
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:36 AM   #6
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So pretty much we need to start a forum and send to Bbk to clone the 3.5 manifolds for our car!
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I think fast sixxers or something like that is making it for the 3.7
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:48 AM   #8
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Old 03-18-2013, 08:20 AM   #9
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Idk that's what its called I think
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Idk that's what its called I think

Do you mean News | Super Six Motorsports
I see they have a lower intake manifold,only if we
had a new upper one to go with it.
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Yea super six my bad! They were saying they are making a new upper intake out of aluminum
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I'm so waiting for this.I wonder if you had the lower and upper manifolds if
it would make worth while power gains.I bet if you added headers to breath more
it might.If you could get 30 or 40 hp it would be a good investment.
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You could probably just run higher and better boost. I already have headers so I'm just waiting in the upper intake I got 30 off the headers. Idk if the intake would actually give you horsepower it would just be safer
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you can do a single turbo easily enough and get more power probably overall with less hassle, but the motor wont handle the max abuse most could put on it, however you should see high 400rwhps without to much hassle.
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But the money you spend on a turbo you could do a blower and headers and still end up cheaper. But it's all personal preference and I prefer sound so I enjoy the headers
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Dont know if you saw this already but this guy is twin turboing his 2013 v6 but he isn't using the 3.5 manifolds and turbos though. He's almost finished and it looks freakin sweet

2013 Mustang V6 Twin Turbo Build - MustangForums.com
There were a lot of people hating on his build lol so ridiculous. WHY TWO TURBOS, WHY VOID WARRANTY, WHY THAT SMALL OF TURBO, WHY MID MOUNT, WHY AIR TO WATER INTERCOOLER... blah blah blah.

I give that man some respect, that's pretty impressive he could pull it off all on his own.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:49 AM   #17
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Yea me too, I put a supercharger on my 13 and voided warranty barely 12k I think it's worth it. Love of cars and it's fun to see results let people hate
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I WANT TO BE LIKE HIM WHEN I GROW UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I want to know what kind of power it makes after being tuned
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:03 PM   #19
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Probably be high 400s, because I'm sure one turbo will spool the other. Maybe not he might run both, but then he can only push like 12 psi tops, and that's on the ragged edge unless he builds the motor
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Probably be high 400s, because I'm sure one turbo will spool the other. Maybe not he might run both, but then he can only push like 12 psi tops, and that's on the ragged edge unless he builds the motor
But dat torque curve
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yea but it flat lines and hits a certain point but the initial pull is nice
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there are internals for the 3.7 on the market already... MMR

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And super six is a great
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Who makes a super charger for the 13 all sites say they are making a new for the 13 blah blah
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Basically crap I have the first supercharged 13 v6

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I know I haven't decided what company I want to go with!
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I figured all the 12 stuff would be same
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i did not know that there so much you have to do before you put on a prochanger and turbo i always thought you slap it on
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Procharger is the best and you get a 3 year warranty. It basically is slap on just everything else helps!

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There's a little fab but its pretty easy!
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Procharger is the best and you get a 3 year warranty. It basically is slap on just everything else helps!

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There's a little fab but its pretty easy!
i want to go procharger but i only got 1900ish miles on my car
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i want to go procharger but i only got 1900ish miles on my car
i just dont know what everything i need to do to my make my car procharger ready
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I put mine on with 10 k as long as your engines broke in your good. Our motors love boost. Were good up to about 11 pounds safely

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I would suggest a drive shaft and gears if you have 2.73s. Then headers too if you want a little extra power!

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Also a tire for sure at least 275s
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I put mine on with 10 k as long as your engines broke in your good. Our motors love boost. Were good up to about 11 pounds safely

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I would suggest a drive shaft and gears if you have 2.73s. Then headers too if you want a little extra power!

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Also a tire for sure at least 275s
how much am i looking at?
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I've spent about 7k but I have exhaust, headers, UCA, LCA, driveshaft, x pipe, wheels and tires, Procharger, and springs.

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And gears
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I've spent about 7k but I have exhaust, headers, UCA, LCA, driveshaft, x pipe, wheels and tires, Procharger, and springs.

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And gears
thats not bad turbo is a lot more my car is bone stock lol
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Exactly that's completely done and putting down over 400

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And completely safe
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Exactly that's completely done and putting down over 400

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And completely safe
The more risk, the greater the reward.
But nothing is worth risking your engine
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