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Old 03-05-2014, 03:32 PM   #1
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If your interested in maxing out the power of your 3.7 V6 try some of these components from www.supersixmotorsports.com Ported heads, Stroker crank with aftermarket rods and pistons along with cams etc. The lower manifold porting looks like it might be a big demand item. I can see a possible improvement here throughout the rpm range. Stocker looks a bit restrictive for an engine that like to rpm. 375HP anyone?
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I have my lower and upper intake ported by a shop locally.

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What kind of cost are each of these listed at?

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I have my upper and lower manifolds ported and it helps with mid & upper power. ~15/20 rwhp/tq with the right tune. No I haven't dynoed it yet. You can get it done for way cheaper than super six is offering.
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I am interested in there ported heads as I haven't found anyone else doing it. Does anyone know how involved it would be to do this job?
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There's a couple of guys that have made a business out of it on another mustang forum and their quite good at it from what I hear. PM me if you want and I can try to get their contact info.
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If your interested in maxing out the power of your 3.7 V6 try some of these components from www.supersixmotorsports.com Ported heads, Stroker crank with aftermarket rods and pistons along with cams etc. The lower manifold porting looks like it might be a big demand item. I can see a possible improvement here throughout the rpm range. Stocker looks a bit restrictive for an engine that like to rpm. 375HP anyone?
At the price of those mods from super six motorsports , I personally would rather just buy a procharger supercharger , 8 pounds of boost and 400 plus rwhp automatically. Done!
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That would be cool
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At the price of those mods from super six motorsports , I personally would rather just buy a procharger supercharger , 8 pounds of boost and 400 plus rwhp automatically. Done!

True unless your trying to stay n/a, you want to also get a supercharger/turbo in addition to these mods or you don't want your engine life reduced by having a supercharger/turbo.
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Engine life reduced?
You mean speed up the need to build your motor?
Aka forged pistons and stuff :p
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You mean speed up the need to build your motor?
Aka forged pistons and stuff :p

Yea or you could do that
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im with you AJ on the all motor. I love the sound of aggressive camshafts paired with high compression pistons. Supercharger whine is a great sound but i think i like the sound of a built all motor car better especially if you got individual throttle bodies paired with aggressive camshafts and high compression. Id give up my gf if I found my same car with a 13:1 compression, individual throttle body, aggressive camshaft stang lol. Sshhh dont tell her i said so....
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im with you AJ on the all motor. I love the sound of aggressive camshafts paired with high compression pistons. Supercharger whine is a great sound but i think i like the sound of a built all motor car better especially if you got individual throttle bodies paired with aggressive camshafts and high compression. Id give up my gf if I found my same car with a 13:1 compression, individual throttle body, aggressive camshaft stang lol. Sshhh dont tell her i said so....
Don't worry bro, you will get tired of her crap eventually and give her up anyway. Ba ha ha ha ha. JK bro!
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If there is enough demand, and there will be as the years pass and people start reworking these engines, there are lots of them, and many will be cheap in yards, the price will come down and there will be other players offering parts and rebuilds with options. Adding boost to stock engines is redundant. You increase the power potential then....cut back the boost and timing so you don't blow it up. Without forged rods and pistons that power adder is a waste of $. If you can't use it's full potential what good is it?
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