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Old 09-08-2013, 12:35 PM   #1
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What should i get for my 2013 v6 mustang. what should i get for under the hood?
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What should i get for my 2013 v6 mustang. what should i get for under the hood?
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Huh?
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OP, we need some more specifics on what you're asking. Since you labeled the thread "turbo?" are you asking what brand/size turbo is best? Or are you asking what power mods you should get?
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Should I get a turbo?
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I would trade your 13 V6 in for a GT. I'm not sure how much it'll cost you but I'm guessing probably $8000 or so.

By doing that you will ad 106-114HP stock. That's without about an additional $2000 parts to add an additional 50HP or so.

I got a 2013 GT with CAI, exhaust, straight pipe, and BAMA tune and I'm running right about 410HP - 420HP at the wheels. That's about 470-480HP factoring about 15% tranny loss.

Then if you do a turbo/supercharger you could be putting 600HP at the wheels (690SAE HP).

Even without the turbo you got the power of a V6 turbo charged.
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I would trade your 13 V6 in for a GT. I'm not sure how much it'll cost you but I'm guessing probably $8000 or so.

By doing that you will ad 106-114HP stock. That's without about an additional $2000 parts to add an additional 50HP or so.

I got a 2013 GT with CAI, exhaust, straight pipe, and BAMA tune and I'm running right about 410HP - 420HP at the wheels. That's about 470-480HP factoring about 15% tranny loss.

Then if you do a turbo/supercharger you could be putting 600HP at the wheels (690SAE HP).

Even without the turbo you got the power of a V6 turbo charged.
I cant trade it in im making payments on it. i have to wait three years anyways because of the warranty
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I cant trade it in im making payments on it. i have to wait three years anyways because of the warranty
You can trade a car in the day after you sign the papers on it. It doesn't matter that you owe money on it.
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I cant trade it in im making payments on it. i have to wait three years anyways because of the warranty
I'm confused or maybe not... but turbocharging (along with 1,000) other things that you can do to your car aftermarket-wise would void your warranty.

Also, BlackOnBoss is absolutely right. You can trade your car in whenever you want. Same day, even 2 minutes after signing the paperwork while its still bleeding ink.

Just saying for ease and reliability of your car, it's probably better to trade in and upgrade than turbocharging it.
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Next time you buy, have a better plan in place as to what you expect performance wise from your purchase.

You quickly found out that adding a turbo to your V6 will improve performance, but at a price. If your mechanically inclined, you can save on the labor of installation. But getting a turbo or supercharger are the two most costly performance improvements for this V6.

Most likely at a cost that would have placed the V8 at a wiser choice. Most folks buy the V6 for it's mileage and performance, and add smaller cost improvements to increase the power, such as a tuner and exhaust.

Now that you have bought, you'd loose quite a bit if you were to sell and buy a GT. I'd have fun with the V6, and save up for the next purchase, unless you have a few thousand left over for that turbo mod.
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6k for the turbo. Oh heck no. Just mod the car with bolt ons and enjoy. Our V6 can roll with bolt ons and performance tune. By the time one buys the turbo , one could of purchased the GT for similar price.

The real great deal is buying a 5.0 for 30k add supercharger for another 6k and you got 600 HP. All for 36k. Add some bolt on mods and your close to 650 HP all for under 40k.
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Actually alrefire is getting one that was just released last month for 5k. Shweet
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Actually alrefire is getting one that was just released last month for 5k. Shweet
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A guy who works for limitless performance and fabrication. My buddy said his name is clampier
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OMG always the V8 guys have to chime in with "buy a GT instead of modding a V6!" It's getting old. If you don't believe in modding a V6, why would you troll the V6 forum?

While we're at it, why buy a GT and supercharge it when you could just buy a GT500? Why modify the suspension when you could just buy a Boss? Why mod a GT500 when you could just buy a SuperSnake? It just goes on and on.

Just let people be happy with what they have and with what they want to do. If he wants to turbo it, great. For $22k + $5k for the turbo, so $27k total, he's at 400-450whp, blowing away stock GTs. There is a turbo'd V6 running 10s right now if I'm not mistaken, so you can go just about as crazy as you want. Yeah it won't be a V8 and have the same sound, but he'll also have a lower payment, better fuel economy, and something unique.

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A guy who works for limitless performance and fabrication. My buddy said his name is clampier
I know who that is I didn't know his turbo kit was out yet though!?
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OMG always the V8 guys have to chime in with "buy a GT instead of modding a V6!" It's getting old. If you don't believe in modding a V6, why would you troll the V6 forum?

While we're at it, why buy a GT and supercharge it when you could just buy a GT500? Why modify the suspension when you could just buy a Boss? Why mod a GT500 when you could just buy a SuperSnake? It just goes on and on.

Just let people be happy with what they have and with what they want to do. If he wants to turbo it, great. For $22k + $5k for the turbo, so $27k total, he's at 400-450whp, blowing away stock GTs. There is a turbo'd V6 running 10s right now if I'm not mistaken, so you can go just about as crazy as you want. Yeah it won't be a V8 and have the same sound, but he'll also have a lower payment, better fuel economy, and something unique.

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What should i get for my 2013 v6 mustang. what should i get for under the hood?
OP , what mods do you currently have?
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OMG always the V8 guys have to chime in with "buy a GT instead of modding a V6!" It's getting old. If you don't believe in modding a V6, why would you troll the V6 forum?

While we're at it, why buy a GT and supercharge it when you could just buy a GT500? Why modify the suspension when you could just buy a Boss? Why mod a GT500 when you could just buy a SuperSnake? It just goes on and on.

Just let people be happy with what they have and with what they want to do. If he wants to turbo it, great. For $22k + $5k for the turbo, so $27k total, he's at 400-450whp, blowing away stock GTs. There is a turbo'd V6 running 10s right now if I'm not mistaken, so you can go just about as crazy as you want. Yeah it won't be a V8 and have the same sound, but he'll also have a lower payment, better fuel economy, and something unique.

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damn chill fool. he was also saying he didn't want to mess with his warranty also. So V8 trade in would be logical.

Damn near everything short of tune can be reversed for visual inspection regarding warranty service. If you don't have a working relation with your service adviser and his manager I'd suggest you BS with them some and go have happy hour once or twice.

My Bama tuner locked my ECU and it was fried. Nothing was on it. Nothing would communicate with it. This was when I tried to return to stock and then reload tunes after a service.

Well, service manager was like what have you all done to the car? After they took it in and we were just shooting the breeze while I waited. I told him Bama tunes and he just got up. Called the mechanic told him to stop, and then said to him, try to reload the stock tune only do not connect and upload to Ford diagnostics.

Turns out the entire ECU had to be swapped and he claimed something physically wrong or fried unit or something so I got off clean.

Yeah, to run 640whp he'd have to go high boost and he would need do upgrades up the wazzoo with upgraded rods, pistons, valves, cams, valve springs, TB, fuel rail, pump, tunes, but at that point, I don't know if he'll have better fuel economy that's arguable. That's about maybe...$16000+.

It'll be a highy modified badass beast so definitely no warranty unless he wants to spend $10000 reverting to stock then back to modified after.
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Since we're ranting away... Game Theory on Warranty

Game Theory would dictate that the best time to do upgrades and mods would be during warranty period because:

1.) Car and parts are new so (barring the law of the lemon) it would provide a more stable framework to build upon than if it had 40,000 miles or whatever.

2.) In order to really take advantage of your warranty, you would really have to have a lemon, or have to rag out your car thus causing things to prematurely break, neither of which would result in a good baseline car to build upon especially turbocharging once the warranty was out.

3.) By waiting on warranty expiration, you would be "forced" to drive stock for 3 yrs or 36,000 miles. Thus causing loss of joy of driving the car that you want built the way you want it.

4.) Lets just for arguments sakes say that turbocharging a car gives the car an average of 30,000 miles before something major breaks (my last car with a T04E turbo ran for 40,000 miles before the tranny blew up and shot holes the size of golf balls in the housing. Turbo'd at 25k). But that 30,000 miles is inversely affected by the mileage at the time of turbocharging. So at 0miles you have 40,000 useable miles, at 10,000 miles you have 35,000 useable miles, and at 20,000 miles you have 25,000 miles. At 30,000 miles, you may have 15,000 miles before something breaks.

If you don't rag out the car to the limit everyday or race it day in day out, the car may last lot longer than 40,000 miles.

My car's warranty was out the window at 2k miles. It's got 22k now and I've loved driving it every single day since 2k miles =)

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Lmao. Some people crack me up!

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Agreed I wish people would answer the question instead of shooting someone's idea Down
Right!! I wonder if some one has ever said "your right let me trade it in for a 8 thanks for your awesome advice!" Lmao.
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I know who that is I didn't know his turbo kit was out yet though!?
Yeah about 2-3 weeks ago. Extremely new. Alrefire is going to down pay it and end up saving $500 on top of that. Not bad for a college budget
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Yeah about 2-3 weeks ago. Extremely new. Alrefire is going to down pay it and end up saving $500 on top of that. Not bad for a college budget
Interesting ima have to hit him up!
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Interesting ima have to hit him up!
He could just go ham and buy a 5.0 and keep the 3.7 like me. Im also a full time student im just blessed
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When someone posts a question asking if they should get a turbo for their Mustang, and in this case a V6, all answers pertaining to upgrading to a GT can be considered valid. For the record, I drive, and am very happy with my V6. However, installing a turbo that may set me back 5 to6 K dollars is not feasible to me. Investing that money towards a V8 and adding goodies to that might be. That's my opinion, which was what the OP was asking for; opinions.

So lets consider all opinions and not refer to them as trolling.
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He could just go ham and buy a 5.0 and keep the 3.7 like me. Im also a full time student im just blessed
He's Arab. Your point is invalid.

He wants to have the fastest streetable v6 and basically kill a GT.
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He's Arab. Your point is invalid.

He wants to have the fastest streetable v6 and basically kill a GT.
Lmfao kill a gt? Maybe a stock one but honestly having one with nitrous I HIGHLY doubt he can beat a 5.0 with 125 shots. and thats nothing. I can show you a friends 200shot 5.0 that is insane. But if he can pull off the turbo I will applaud him

Theres CFMs turbo v6 so idk if he can beat them. Hes gna need internals and all supporting mods.
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Lmfao kill a gt? Maybe a stock one but honestly having one with nitrous I HIGHLY doubt he can beat a 5.0 with 125 shots. and thats nothing. I can show you a friends 200shot 5.0 that is insane. But if he can pull off the turbo I will applaud him

Theres CFMs turbo v6 so idk if he can beat them. Hes gna need internals and all supporting mods.
This one is oiless meaning no custom fabrication. I'm gonna help the install the first of the year along with his suspension.
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Nice oiless turbos. Amazing what new shiit comes out now. I hear oiless turbos need to be serviced by having the bearings all changed out or greased packed in again every 40-50,000.

Probably best anyway that way you can have the turbo serviced and returned like new! =)

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Damnit OP... now you make me want a turbo...
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Nice oiless turbos. Amazing what new shiit comes out now. I hear oiless turbos need to be serviced by having the bearings all changed out or greased packed in again every 40-50,000.

Probably best anyway that way you can have the turbo serviced and returned like new! =)

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Damnit OP... now you make me want a turbo...
And that's another thing. Going forced induction is now safer and reliable. Used to, a turbo or such shortened the life of the engine to a mere 50-75000 miles. Crazy how reliable they have become
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And that's another thing. Going forced induction is now safer and reliable. Used to, a turbo or such shortened the life of the engine to a mere 50-75000 miles. Crazy how reliable they have become
So long as your smart about it. Some people just push their cars to their limits and pop!
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if this forum is still alive, i would honestly go with a kit from limitless performance and fabrication if you still haven't decided on a kit. 1320Video has done a few videos covering the LPF turbo V6 and it does works. 67mm turbo, capable of over 700hp on stock everything. In a few years I will be getting this kit, as well as getting custom internals from super six motorsports. Let me know what all you've done!
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if this forum is still alive, i would honestly go with a kit from limitless performance and fabrication if you still haven't decided on a kit. 1320Video has done a few videos covering the LPF turbo V6 and it does works. 67mm turbo, capable of over 700hp on stock everything. In a few years I will be getting this kit, as well as getting custom internals from super six motorsports. Let me know what all you've done!
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Holy **** dude do some research before you post telling people to deal with a company that literally has stolen tens of $thousands of dollars from customers recently.
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how have they stolen money? what company would you recommend for turbo kits then?
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how have they stolen money? what company would you recommend for turbo kits then?
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