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Old 12-09-2014, 10:45 PM   #1
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MPT / Bomber Performance Turbo Kit

I'm starting this new thread to post information about the new turbo kit currently being developed by MPT and Bomber Performance for the 2011-2014 V6s.

I will be completely transparent.

Here's the current situation of the kit:
ETA to Market
It is days away from being completed on the first car, and Bomber will be creating jigs based off this initial kit.
My car is the second that will be used to test the accuracy of the jigs, with a planned install date anytime between next weekend and early January (depending on our schedules). Therefore, the kit should be ready come January.

Kit Details (To my current knowledge)
Pricing: TBD - though I have heard many times it will be priced competitively with LPF's kit.
Plumbing: It will retain both stock or shorty headers, and will replace the mid-pipe (I say both, because LPF's kit replaces one of the headers). Will not work with long-tubes.
Turbo: TBD - I'm not sure what they will end up with for the mass production of the kit, but Bomber / MPT have worked with us closely according to our budget. I don't know what turbo the first car chose to go with, but I requested an oil-less turbo (same as LPF), and they sized the following model for me:
CT4X-6765-3BB with a .82 AR stainless V-band housing
Tuning: MPT will offer an option for a canned tune. I will reconfirm this and see how it affects the pricing.

I will post pictures of the kit as soon as he's finished.

As far as my mods go (ignore my signature), I just went through a round this last weekend to help accommodate the power increase and keep the rear end planted:
Suspension:
-Whiteline LCA, Relocation brackets, UCA and Watts-Link
Drivetrain:
-3.55 Gears with Trac-Lock Carbon Disc rebuild
-DSS Aluminum Drive Shaft
-MGW Shifter
-Blowfish Bracket

My car is not lowered and running on other-wise stock components.

The baseline Dyno that I took right after I had the suspension and drivetrain installed read 288/276 HP/TQ, dyno'd at MPT with the following intake/exhaust mods:
-Steeda CAI
-BBK 73mm Throttle Body
-BBK Shorty Headers (Ceramic)
-MRT Catted H-Pipe
-Magnaflow Competition Axlebacks

I have chosen to have installed (in addition to the turbo):
-80 lb injectors (Siemens Deka)
-Ported Intake Manifolds (Upper and Lower)
-GT Overaxle Pipes & Axleback (opens the V6's 2.25" to 2.5" diameter)

I'll add pictures soon, and provide updates accordingly.

Feel free to ask any questions and thanks for reading!


Pics:
Hotside Piping of Turbo ("Teaser") - Great Fitment with Plenty of Ground Clearance. Wastegates have not yet been installed in these pics, but will be recirculated back into the downpipe to minimize the excessive noise (The weedwhacker sound in LPF's kit).
https://farm9.static...94834445b_m.jpg
https://farm8.static...fa9931ff7_m.jpg
https://farm8.static...a4690ee69_m.jpg

Before / After Suspension Mods
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Sweet! Can't wait to see the final product.
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Nice, very excited to see how this kit performs.
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The GT overaxles are 2.75". They have a spot that slightly tapers on 2.5. But MPT themselves (specifically Ken) said to stay away from that large. 2.5" is as big as you want to go and 2.25 will likely be just fine.

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For Na. For boosted damn near no exhaust would be best, especially post turbo.
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For Na. For boosted damn near no exhaust would be best, especially post turbo.
I'll have to find the email but based on his experience, Ken the lead calibrator at MPT said he would only recommend a 2.5" catback for boosted applications on the 3.7L. Not to say 2.75 will be "harmful" but that's what they and Borla said as i was considering the same route.

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Here is the email:

The guys at Borla are correct. 2.75” is probably over-kill for a naturally aspirated 3.7L. It’s probably over-kill for a forced induction 3.7 even.

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To give you an idea of the amount of flow that size piping will support. Our Ecoboost F150 runs a single 3” exhaust split into two 2” pipes after the Magnaflow muffler and over the axle. Our truck makes 600 whp and over 600 lb/ft tq at the wheels on nitrous, and has no signs of exhaust restriction.

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We also recently finished tuning a twin turbo*2013 GT that made nearly 1200 whp. Hos car runs dual 3” from front to back, and also has an electric cut-out on each side. At 11 psi and 900 whp, we saw no performance increase by opening the exhaust cut-outs. Only at 16 psi and 1000 whp did we see an increase in performance. Opening the cut-outs gained 186 whp.

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So, as you can see 2.75” piping is designed to support a pretty extreme amount of power. Going too large slows exhaust flow, which reduces scavenging, reduces back-pressure, increases noise, and typically decreases power. This is also something that can’t be “tuned out”.

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Personally I’d run 2.25” all the way back, and 2.5” if you’re thinking of forced induction in the future.

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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?
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I got that opinion first from Borla which I dismissed slightly as a marketing pitch as he then went on to tell me about their catback, but when an impartial source like MPT confirms it, I'm inclined to believe them.

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I guess all my experience is turbo 4's which utilize a single exhaust. 3.7 / 2 is only 1.85 lol, whereas i'm used to dealing with 2.3L.
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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.

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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?
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.
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Yeah, for a turbo car I don't see 2.75 being "harmful" just unnecessary and might sound like crap. But since you already have them, it's a moot point.

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The GT overaxles are 2.75". They have a spot that slightly tapers on 2.5. But MPT themselves (specifically Ken) said to stay away from that large. 2.5" is as big as you want to go and 2.25 will likely be just fine.

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Great job bro. Looking forward ti seeing your dyno and track numbers. I see you. Lol







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I'm starting this new thread to post information about the new turbo kit currently being developed by MPT and Bomber Performance for the 2011-2014 V6s.

I will be completely transparent.

Here's the current situation of the kit:
ETA to Market
It is days away from being completed on the first car, and Bomber will be creating jigs based off this initial kit.
My car is the second that will be used to test the accuracy of the jigs, with a planned install date anytime between next weekend and early January (depending on our schedules). Therefore, the kit should be ready come January.

Kit Details (To my current knowledge)
Pricing: TBD - though I have heard many times it will be priced competitively with LPF's kit.
Plumbing: It will retain both stock or shorty headers, and will replace the mid-pipe (I say both, because LPF's kit replaces one of the headers). Will not work with long-tubes.
Turbo: TBD - I'm not sure what they will end up with for the mass production of the kit, but Bomber / MPT have worked with us closely according to our budget. I don't know what turbo the first car chose to go with, but I requested an oil-less turbo (same as LPF), and they sized the following model for me:
CT4X-6765-3BB with a .82 AR stainless V-band housing
Tuning: MPT will offer an option for a canned tune. I will reconfirm this and see how it affects the pricing.

I will post pictures of the kit as soon as he's finished.

As far as my mods go (ignore my signature), I just went through a round this last weekend to help accommodate the power increase and keep the rear end planted:
Suspension:
-Whiteline LCA, Relocation brackets, UCA and Watts-Link
Drivetrain:
-3.55 Gears with Trac-Lock Carbon Disc rebuild
-DSS Aluminum Drive Shaft
-MGW Shifter
-Blowfish Bracket

My car is not lowered and running on other-wise stock components.

The baseline Dyno that I took right after I had the suspension and drivetrain installed read 288/276 HP/TQ, dyno'd at MPT with the following intake/exhaust mods:
-Steeda CAI
-BBK 73mm Throttle Body
-BBK Shorty Headers (Ceramic)
-MRT Catted H-Pipe
-Magnaflow Competition Axlebacks

I have chosen to have installed (in addition to the turbo):
-80 lb injectors (Siemens Deka)
-Ported Intake Manifolds (Upper and Lower)
-GT Overaxle Pipes & Axleback (opens the V6's 2.25" to 2.5" diameter)

I'll add pictures soon, and provide updates accordingly.

Feel free to ask any questions and thanks for reading!


Pics:
Hotside Piping of Turbo ("Teaser") - Great Fitment with Plenty of Ground Clearance. Wastegates have not yet been installed in these pics, but will be recirculated back into the downpipe to minimize the excessive noise (The weedwhacker sound in LPF's kit).
https://farm9.static...94834445b_m.jpg
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Great job bro. Looking forward ti seeing your dyno and track numbers. I see you. Lol
Am I missing something? Lol

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Great job bro. Looking forward ti seeing your dyno and track numbers. I see you. Lol
Haha nice. I see you too!
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Can't wait to see how this kit looks and turns out. Of course I wish y'all all the luck.

And on a side note damn that a good looking rear end!!
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That's me bro. Ha ha. I really like cyclone mustangs on FB. Another great site to talk V6. Lol.
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Are you located close enough to attend the AM car show next year? It would be cool to check this kit out in person.
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Not even kidding... I was looking at my engine bay a couple weeks ago and thinking how I would design an exhaust manifold if I were to ever make a turbo kit for my car. It would've looked remarkably like the one you guys have shown.

It's super simple, looks efficient, and seems to be extremely easy to put on.

By any chance will this be a twin scroll setup? I feel like our v6 with its firing order is just begging for it and it's hard to tell from the pictures you guys posted.
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And on a side note damn that a good looking rear end!!
Hey thanks! Yeah I'm glad that when I look underneath from now on, I won't be staring at and feeling like I bought a huge pile of rust. Thank God.

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That's me bro. Ha ha. I really like cyclone mustangs on FB. Another great site to talk V6. Lol.
Yep! Really makes info a lot easier to find. Except I wish all the info was on the website instead so that way people would stop asking the same questions.

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Are you located close enough to attend the AM car show next year? It would be cool to check this kit out in person.
Where and when is the AM car show? I go back and forth between Sanford/Orlando and Miami/Ft. Lauderdale areas a lot, so if it's somewhere in Florida I can most likely make it. Or if you live near those areas maybe we can grab a beer or something.

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By any chance will this be a twin scroll setup? I feel like our v6 with its firing order is just begging for it and it's hard to tell from the pictures you guys posted.
Good question! I'll find out and let you know.
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Haha that's a little far out for me. If you ever find yourself in Florida, shoot me a message!
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Will do, but if I'm in Florida I'll probably be flying since I live in CT. Lol
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Hey thanks! Yeah I'm glad that when I look underneath from now on, I won't be staring at and feeling like I bought a huge pile of rust. Thank God.


Yep! Really makes info a lot easier to find. Except I wish all the info was on the website instead so that way people would stop asking the same questions.



Where and when is the AM car show? I go back and forth between Sanford/Orlando and Miami/Ft. Lauderdale areas a lot, so if it's somewhere in Florida I can most likely make it. Or if you live near those areas maybe we can grab a beer or something.



Good question! I'll find out and let you know.
Very true. It would great if the other V6 members on here joined the Cyclone FB page as well. 😎
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Very true. It would great if the other V6 members on here joined the Cyclone FB page as well. 😎
Done and done

Well... done and "pending"
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Done and done

Well... done and "pending"
Sweet bro. It won't be long now. Lol
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Hm.. it won't let me update the OP anymore. Can someone help me with this? I don't want to keep adding posts for updates. Would prefer to have it all in the OP so people can read it in one place!
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Seems to be a common problem on this site. You'll have to PM a mod, or go over to the help section and post and they'll update OP for you.
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Seems to be a common problem on this site. You'll have to PM a mod, or go over to the help section and post and they'll update OP for you.
I just received a message about it. It's not a "problem" - it's just how they're setup. The ability to edit posts expire after a certain amount of time (I think 1-2 days?)

I wanted to keep the thread clean by putting all the info on the OP, so people don't need to spend time searching (in case the thread ends up being pages long) - but looks like I'll just have to keep adding posts.

Anyways. Car scheduled to be dropped off on the 26th, with pickup right after New Year's. So I don't anticipate any updates until around then... sorry guys!
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Not to be off topic, but - what's the cyclone Facebook page?

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Not to be off topic, but - what's the cyclone Facebook page?

On topic- love MPT, excited to see this kit when it's ready

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Its a Facebook page for people who strictly have 3.7 mustangs.
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