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Old 12-12-2014, 08:09 PM   #36
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Hey everyone, that FB group is a friendly bunch, check them out. If you don't have a 3.7 somewhere obviously on your profile pics you may get friend requested so you can message them and let them know you own a 3.7. I guess they're working to keep the trolls out, LOL.
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Hey everyone, that FB group is a friendly bunch, check them out. If you don't have a 3.7 somewhere obviously on your profile pics you may get friend requested so you can message them and let them know you own a 3.7. I guess they're working to keep the trolls out, LOL.
Its a real nice site like ME and super friendly. Its really just 3.7 owners and no bashing stuff. Some beautiful 3.7's on there.
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I'm in the Texas chapter.. been there awhile.. great group. The main chapter is Florida.

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I'm in the Texas chapter.. been there awhile.. great group. The main chapter is Florida.

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There is a national chapter, which is considered the main chapter

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Its a little weird. If they look at your front profile page and its not obvious to them that you have a mustang they just kind of ignore your request.

I don't have my car plastered on my profile or banner pic so...

See if you can PM Joe Ortiz from that group (or put something up on your public info that mentions your Cyclone). I found all that a little bothersome, but I guess they're trying keep the trolling to a minimum. ANd while there's an age spread, most folks seem to know how to behave themselves and keep the flaming out of the comments.
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Its a little weird. If they look at your front profile page and its not obvious to them that you have a mustang they just kind of ignore your request.
Not entirely true. With my chapter (Alabama) I send messages to everyone that requests. If I don't see a 3.7 on their cover photo, I send them a message. 9/10 it ends up in the other folder, and they don't see it.







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Too late on the GT OTA and Mufflers. They were sort of an impulse buy, and I was under the impression that they were 2.5"

Anyways, not trying to turn this into a he-said she-said, but I had asked Ken with MPT a few months ago regarding the matter, and this is was what was stated:

2.5” exhaust will be plenty large enough for 500+ whp, so no need to go larger. The larger piping should give it a nice tone as well. You won’t need to go drastic with mufflers since the turbo will quiet the exhaust considerably. Usually just running a pair of nice straight through mufflers, like Magnaflows, is enough to give the car a really nice exhaust note.

Regardless, I will be running the GT pipes, since I do plan on building the motor and taking it around 700+ RWHP in a few years.



Bomber is basing the V6 kit off the one he made for his GT. From what I understood, the mid pipes and cat-back are actually different lengths from the V6, though someone will need to confirm that.

He will confirm the jig with my stock V6 exhaust, and then will be making a special fitment for the GT OTA pipes that I'd like to get installed.

Hope that makes sense.
The Gt 'IS' 2 1/2" and there are the 'resonators' in the over the axles that neck down a bit. The Gt500 setup is the only 2 3/4" that is factory and that has no neck downs anywhere.
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I feel like switching to a GT H-back just for the heck of it to put that to the test (at the track of course).

This turbo kit looks very promising. Recirculated wastegate is fantastic, can't wait to see how all the piping works out. Will they be making your midpipe bolt on for a GT catback?
I usee a GT H for my N/A setup...good feel and great sound. Not at all raspy, very nice and deep...deeper than most other exhaust setups out there.

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Ive heard a couple guys who run N/A with a full GT exhaust (mid, OA and mufflers. Very deep and bassy, no drone or rasp. One guys said he picked up 7whp just from that alone, but who knows the trq he lost down low? He did say that the car doesnt feel any different from stock except the sound.

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That's me bro. Ha ha. I really like cyclone mustangs on FB. Another great site to talk V6. Lol.
There are quite a few Dbags and retards on there but it is a fun site to scroll through and get some quick responses....seams like there a few guys who just live on there LOL
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I usee a GT H for my N/A setup...good feel and great sound. Not at all raspy, very nice and deep...deeper than most other exhaust setups out there.


Ive heard a couple guys who run N/A with a full GT exhaust (mid, OA and mufflers. Very deep and bassy, no drone or rasp. One guys said he picked up 7whp just from that alone, but who knows the trq he lost down low? He did say that the car doesnt feel any different from stock except the sound.


There are quite a few Dbags and retards on there but it is a fun site to scroll through and get some quick responses....seams like there a few guys who just live on there LOL
I think they do live on there. Lol
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The Gt 'IS' 2 1/2" and there are the 'resonators' in the over the axles that neck down a bit. The Gt500 setup is the only 2 3/4" that is factory and that has no neck downs anywhere.
Thanks for the info! I originally wanted the GT500 for the extra 1/4" (my turbo research indicated that bigger was better), but after Ken said 2.5" was as big as I needed to go, I figured I'd listen to the tuner.

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I usee a GT H for my N/A setup...good feel and great sound. Not at all raspy, very nice and deep...deeper than most other exhaust setups out there.
Yeah, I definitely prefer the H pipes over the X's... it sounds much nicer. But X's seem to provide slightly higher HP.

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Can't wait to see this thing done, I'm always checkin' in on this thread.
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Are you no longer having issues with the oil bleed out through the valve covers? Cause something i always ended up doing was expanding the size by drilling out a larger hole with a nipple and using that to vent back to the intake. Also do those ventilator filter that they sell to replace the oil refill cap work at all?
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Can't wait to see this thing done, I'm always checkin' in on this thread.
Haha thanks! Car is being dropped off tomorrow. Then should be tuned and ready for pickup sometime in the first week of January!

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Are you no longer having issues with the oil bleed out through the valve covers? Cause something i always ended up doing was expanding the size by drilling out a larger hole with a nipple and using that to vent back to the intake. Also do those ventilator filter that they sell to replace the oil refill cap work at all?
Are you asking me? Because I have no idea what you're talking about, haha

I decided to go change my gauge faces... I'll upload pics tomorrow.
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Are they pretty much copying justin ' s kit? I putting money on yes

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Who's Justin? LPF? If you know anything about his kit and read what I wrote about Bomber/MPTs kit, then you'd know the answer is no.

You can have exact details in January, but to my knowledge, the kit LPF is running isn't even the same kit they're selling. LPFs car has a special exhaust out the hood, or something. But apparently their actual kit produces a weedwhacker sound (there's only one known person on the forums who ran their kit, and he had to uninstall it due to tuning issues). I was told the Bomber / MPT kit will recirculate the waste gates so there is none of that sound. That already is a difference. There's also something else that I know for sure, but I'll let the pictures speak for themselves (you'll just have to be patient).

How much money were you putting down? Lol
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Actually they are running the same kit. Just Connor has the exhaust coming straight out of the hood. your kit will be #2 in lines of performance I guarantee you that.

And I will pay you if you can beat me, we both know that won't happen

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Have MPT call out lpf and CFM and we will see. But justin and Connor have thr record right now, so untill then....... well you know

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And there is another car running the kit with no problems at all. It's a white 3.7.

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Also there kit is built and in stock


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Did this become a dick measuring contest....
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That's what the game is all about

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Are you asking me? Because I have no idea what you're talking about, haha

I decided to go change my gauge faces... I'll upload pics tomorrow.
Hope everyone's having a happy Christmas and soon to be merry new year!
Ya, the PCV on the passenger side was spitting large amounts of oil while you were boosting right?

If you make that valve bigger it will allow for more gas to escape and minimize the amount of oil that's ejected.
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Only so many ways to put a turbo kit in an engine bay. Of the 3-4 TT kits for the 5.0, they all run damn near identical, its just a matter of parts that makes the difference in the kits. We'll see how this one does. I'd like to see some actual data instead of random street racing videos to actually prove a kit. That would be nice.
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Did this become a dick measuring contest....
Lol right? I never made any horsepower or "this will be the fastest and best kit" claims. And LPFs car must have been some freak factory build if they pushed it to 600 HP on stock internals. I'm not seeking to be the fastest. I just want boost. So no, this isn't a dick measuring contest. I just want to provide the data.
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Ya, the PCV on the passenger side was spitting large amounts of oil while you were boosting right?

If you make that valve bigger it will allow for more gas to escape and minimize the amount of oil that's ejected.
Oh, I think I know what you're referring to now. Yeah I'm still getting oil in my catch can. I bought a special catch can+ breather setup from the cyclone club.... We'll see how it performs. Some guy posted a photo that showed metal shavings coming off the JLT oil separator filter... Made me a bit uneasy, since I've had that on mine since I bought it. I'd hate to think I aspirated some metal shavings into the engine..


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Only so many ways to put a turbo kit in an engine bay. Of the 3-4 TT kits for the 5.0, they all run damn near identical, its just a matter of parts that makes the difference in the kits. We'll see how this one does. I'd like to see some actual data instead of random street racing videos to actually prove a kit. That would be nice.
Yes. That's what the point of this thread was. To provide data. The only measuring going on here is the thorough performance of the kit.

I'll get dyno numbers, strip numbers, and I'll throw in some random "street race takedown", takeover, or whatever videos for fun.
Just a disclaimer though, I've never been on a strip.

My kit will be most similar to the LPF kit anyways, since I chose to go with the oilless turbo, as well. It's sized just a little bit differently though. So I think it will definitely be an interesting comparison.

I'm not sure what turbo Bomber and MPT will settle on for the mass produced kit, but they are using the data from my build to make that decision.
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Oh, I think I know what you're referring to now. Yeah I'm still getting oil in my catch can. I bought a special catch can+ breather setup from the cyclone club.... We'll see how it performs. Some guy posted a photo that showed metal shavings coming off the JLT oil separator filter... Made me a bit uneasy, since I've had that on mine since I bought it. I'd hate to think I aspirated some metal shavings into the engine..
Oh ya, I saw that JLT post on FB as well...not a really good sign. Not sure how much modding you are looking for. I believe you said you had a breather to replace the oil fill cap on the driver side but the oil is spitting out the passenger side. Something i have done in past build was increase PCV diameter.

A 1.6 motor i had was getting so much pressure built up from blow by while boosting (7psi+) so took it from a stock size of .75" to 2". The extra size helped relive some of the pressure being built up in the crank case. I never got any data numbers of proof that it was this modification that helped but immediately after i had it on the dyno and the oil ejection decreased by half. Its possible that even a larger 3" would have done even better. Its hard to say, but if your up for some experimenting maybe you could try it.


Something else too, what if you routed the PCV down to the upper portion of the oil pan? Would that just pressurize the bottom end unnecessarily?
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Sorry guys. Wasn't able to drop the car off yesterday. Going out of country for a bit. Updates will be pushed back. In the meantime here's more info on the bomber kit (now public) https://m.facebook.com/bomberperformance
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I saw the dyno graphs, was that number on the 101 octane 12 psi run or the 91 /10psi? I would assume the first, but still.

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