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Old 06-27-2014, 09:45 AM   #491
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I've taken mine on and off a few times and tested it on other cars. That's why v band is awesome you get a lot of mobilty. Also like I said there is like 7 pieces not a whole lot to mess up

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Any pics of the kit?

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Well It certainly looks like it will breath.

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We will see when a user tries to slap it on.


It's never as easy as they say it is. Something always comes up ask Murphy.
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Never had any doubts that the car was moving out unlike others


Who needs a 10.7 street car (kits not even available), an 11.2 street car will do just fine (kit everyone can buy NOW)

I also never bought into the theory some believed that the people you were racing were sand bagging on purpose to make the LPF turbo kit look good. Like I said from the beginning haters gonna hate.


Thanks for keeping those of us actually interested in buying the kit updated. It will be late fall when I plan on purchasing mine, so looking forward to your updated results as the fine tuning progresses.




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Never had any doubts that the car was moving out unlike others


Who needs a 10.7 street car (kits not even available), an 11.2 street car will do just fine (kit everyone can buy NOW)

I also never bought into the theory some believed that the people you were racing were sand bagging on purpose to make the LPF turbo kit look good. Like I said from the beginning haters gonna hate.


Thanks for keeping those of us actually interested in buying the kit updated. It will be late fall when I plan on purchasing mine, so looking forward to your updated results as the fine tuning progresses.




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Your money your car so drink up.


Also R&D takes more than 2 weeks. Welcome to the real world.
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Yea one of the biggest intercoolers available. And has a big maf housing too.

I don't understand why you hate so much on it. Like not only is it pretty fast but I drive the car everyday and beat the hell out of it

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Never had any doubts that the car was moving out unlike others


Who needs a 10.7 street car (kits not even available), an 11.2 street car will do just fine (kit everyone can buy NOW)

I also never bought into the theory some believed that the people you were racing were sand bagging on purpose to make the LPF turbo kit look good. Like I said from the beginning haters gonna hate.


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Listen I'll try to get you to understand. Having a kit that works and actually goes down the road is a great feat. Stating that you 'HAVE POSSESSION' of the fastest 3.7 is another thing entirely. I have inquired with him about this kit in posts and private messages for a long time, my FB records will show. When it turned into a media circus and claims were not backed up it pissed a great many people off. I know as much as anyone what goes into pulling off a one off design that actually makes the car move. You want us to blindly agree with the media circus,,,, well that will never happen. Every product has a tuning cycle and a big learning curve. Hector has chipped away at his car for years. He has earned his title. But all things that can be hung as a record are there to be claimed by the next brave soul to lay it all out there.
LPF appears to have a great product that is in the tuning/learning cycle. Failures are part of the game and if he popped a motor tomorrow, that's just part of the curve. Failures or goals not met should be embraced as fuel to do better and move forward. We all want to cheer for an underdog and they stumble all along the way till they persevere. If that underdog is no longer humble and beats upon his chest, may he go down in a smoldering mess.

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Yea one of the biggest intercoolers available. And has a big maf housing too.

I don't understand why you hate so much on it. Like not only is it pretty fast but I drive the car everyday and beat the hell out of it

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What you fail to see is that I am not a hater but more of a realist.


Slapping together some parts is great for you and everyone but to market a kit......well that is a whole nother ballgame.


When that happens you better be ready not now, not 6 months from now not even a year from now but if something goes wrong and there is catastrophic failure expect them to come after you looking for answer and "solutions".


It is not like building a kit for a friend in his garage and if something happens oh well.
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There is nothing to fail that's what you don't understand I guess the only moving part is the turbo and if you boost a motor realistically there is no guarantee its going to last forever it's an unboosted car from the factory. So there is a possibility it will break when people start pushing to to crazy levels but other than that nothing to "answer" for

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There is nothing to fail that's what you don't understand I guess the only moving part is the turbo and if you boost a motor realistically there is no guarantee its going to last forever it's an unboosted car from the factory. So there is a possibility it will break when people start pushing to to crazy levels but other than that nothing to "answer" for

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Old 06-27-2014, 07:51 PM   #505
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That's all I was saying. The only thing that's really welded is the down pipe and manifold

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It's top of the line best of the best turbo the manifold is 304 stainless tig welded together then the down pipe has a v band welded on it but other than that there really isn't much welding. The whole cold side is all couplers so nothing really to break and we warranty anything we welded as long as it wasn't because you turned it to 40 pounds and it blew up

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Again there is no flipping the header it's a custom kit with a log manifold. Pulling the front facia takes like 10 minutes tops then there is 4 bolts for the intercooler. Then you cut and t the coolant lines for the turbo. Then mount the turbo on the manifold, bov pipe goes to turbo and intercooler. Then cross pipe and down pipe to existing exhaust literally like 7 pieces

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Plus everything is v band so don't have to worry about t4 flanges and gaskets.

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This is ours plus a few couplers a cross pipe and down pipe

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Where's your maf housing at on your kit?
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Not in the intercooler!
Haha
They've got a pic on their website
It's pretty close to the stock location

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It's in that pipe on the top right you can see it if you look towards the bottom

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What exactly does the kit require maintenance wise?

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Supposedly comp says to send it in at 35k to get it regreased. But I'm not sure if it's mandatory or a suggestion. But if you do do it your warranty starts over so that's the main bonus

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Listen I'll try to get you to understand. Having a kit that works and actually goes down the road is a great feat. Stating that you 'HAVE POSSESSION' of the fastest 3.7 is another thing entirely. I have inquired with him about this kit in posts and private messages for a long time, my FB records will show. When it turned into a media circus and claims were not backed up it pissed a great many people off. I know as much as anyone what goes into pulling off a one off design that actually makes the car move. You want us to blindly agree with the media circus,,,, well that will never happen. Every product has a tuning cycle and a big learning curve. Hector has chipped away at his car for years. He has earned his title. But all things that can be hung as a record are there to be claimed by the next brave soul to lay it all out there.
LPF appears to have a great product that is in the tuning/learning cycle. Failures are part of the game and if he popped a motor tomorrow, that's just part of the curve. Failures or goals not met should be embraced as fuel to do better and move forward. We all want to cheer for an underdog and they stumble all along the way till they persevere. If that underdog is no longer humble and beats upon his chest, may he go down in a smoldering mess.

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What you fail to see is that I am not a hater but more of a realist.


Slapping together some parts is great for you and everyone but to market a kit......well that is a whole nother ballgame.


When that happens you better be ready not now, not 6 months from now not even a year from now but if something goes wrong and there is catastrophic failure expect them to come after you looking for answer and "solutions".


It is not like building a kit for a friend in his garage and if something happens oh well.


What you two seem to fail to realize this isn't someone slapping together parts in there garage. This is a reputable shop who does these kind of builds on a regular basis. Go visit there website and builds if you think LPF just slaps together kits. Clamphier just so happens to work for LPF and if he didn't guess what, we still would have no turbo kits available for the 3.7. Hellion has stopped making there's (never was impressive anyways) and CFM's is not available. Sorry you guys think we are all stupid, know nothing about R&D, and that none of us have been around cars, but you are sorely mistaken. Truth be told piecing together a proper turbo kit, correctly sizing the parts for the engine isn't that hard, tuning is the hard part. We already knew what the limits of the stock 3.7 parts were long before LPF even made there kit. The real question is how long will the stock drivetrain and internals hold up over time. Who knows, but I'm not waiting 5 years to find out either. Pay to play or don't play at all.


If you don't like LPF's kit, then come out with your own kit, do all the R&D till your satisfied and release the thing to the community.


BTW, all LPF has to do is say they have the fastest production Mustang 3.7 turbo kit available. Since they have the only production kit available right now, that makes them 100% correct.
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Supposedly comp says to send it in at 35k to get it regreased. But I'm not sure if it's mandatory or a suggestion. But if you do do it your warranty starts over so that's the main bonus

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I knew about the service interval but not that the warranty started over if you had it done. Nice
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I don't think anyone is calling them a fly by night shop. It's more of how they have handled themselves and their product. They were making outrageous claims, posting up or linking to various videos that have been edited to not show any real times or numbers, along with the we raced this car and that car and beat them and then the ongoing issue of getting it dyno'd to show real world numbers... It was all very suspicious.

Then finally, after months and months of questioning and speculation, they gave us a time slip. They are certainly on the right track with their turbo kit for the 3.7.
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I don't think anyone is calling them a fly by night shop. It's more of how they have handled themselves and their product. They were making outrageous claims, posting up or linking to various videos that have been edited to not show any real times or numbers, along with the we raced this car and that car and beat them and then the ongoing issue of getting it dyno'd to show real world numbers... It was all very suspicious.

Then finally, after months and months of questioning and speculation, they gave us a time slip. They are certainly on the right track with their turbo kit for the 3.7.
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Could not have said it better myself. No one is attacking Clamphier or his shop or his mustang or kit. Some of us have just found it very odd the way he has chosen to release information, and what has been lacking in the info. and specs area. It is better for us to ask questions and seek more info., rather then blindly accepting things we are told on an internet forum. Not saying what he states is wrong, just seeking the info./answers that WE desire, and that differentiates with every person. I would love for him to produce a great turbo kit for the 3.7. It would be an amazing accomplishment, and if it was really good I would get one myself.
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I don't think anyone is calling them a fly by night shop. It's more of how they have handled themselves and their product. They were making outrageous claims, posting up or linking to various videos that have been edited to not show any real times or numbers, along with the we raced this car and that car and beat them and then the ongoing issue of getting it dyno'd to show real world numbers... It was all very suspicious.

Then finally, after months and months of questioning and speculation, they gave us a time slip. They are certainly on the right track with their turbo kit for the 3.7.
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Like I said before just didn't want to release anything until it was all at once because it's not it's full potential. But apparently it helped releasing something so better numbers coming soon. The drive train is awesome if it's auto 1000+ no problem then if not get clutches and input shaft for it for like 500 and it's good for 2000. Then yall all know manuals it's hit or miss, or you can get a 6060 it's a direct bolt on

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This kit is bad a$$, what other mods should go fine with the kit, or is better to just install the kit??
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Just driveshaft and then atleast 3.31 gears other than that good to go

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What you two seem to fail to realize this isn't someone slapping together parts in there garage. This is a reputable shop who does these kind of builds on a regular basis. Go visit there website and builds if you think LPF just slaps together kits. Clamphier just so happens to work for LPF and if he didn't guess what, we still would have no turbo kits available for the 3.7. Hellion has stopped making there's (never was impressive anyways) and CFM's is not available. Sorry you guys think we are all stupid, know nothing about R&D, and that none of us have been around cars, but you are sorely mistaken. Truth be told piecing together a proper turbo kit, correctly sizing the parts for the engine isn't that hard, tuning is the hard part. We already knew what the limits of the stock 3.7 parts were long before LPF even made there kit. The real question is how long will the stock drivetrain and internals hold up over time. Who knows, but I'm not waiting 5 years to find out either. Pay to play or don't play at all.


If you don't like LPF's kit, then come out with your own kit, do all the R&D till your satisfied and release the thing to the community.


BTW, all LPF has to do is say they have the fastest production Mustang 3.7 turbo kit available. Since they have the only production kit available right now, that makes them 100% correct.
Obviously someone's panties are in a bunch. Plus I think you need to learn how to read as you are quoting and claiming things none of us have said. Now simmer down there little guy.




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I don't think anyone is calling them a fly by night shop. It's more of how they have handled themselves and their product. They were making outrageous claims, posting up or linking to various videos that have been edited to not show any real times or numbers, along with the we raced this car and that car and beat them and then the ongoing issue of getting it dyno'd to show real world numbers... It was all very suspicious.

Then finally, after months and months of questioning and speculation, they gave us a time slip. They are certainly on the right track with their turbo kit for the 3.7.
Exactly and well said.
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How much is the kit? And what website can I find it on

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Thx I found it 5,400 not bad.. what else would I need to buy in order to put it on

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