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Old 05-01-2016, 09:12 PM   #1
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I am installing a procharger on an Automatic and I was wondering which way you hooked it up. Just cap off the one end like the book says or add the T they give you into the line?

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Have you finished the install? If so how are you liking the setup?


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I just finished up the car and am going in to get it dyno tuned on Thursday, it looks good though

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Nice! Let us know what you think of it after you get some time to drive it, I would like to go FI sometime in the future.
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Will do, I will post what I made on the dyno and what I think of if it on Friday

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Will do, I will post what I made on the dyno and what I think of if it on Friday

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Good for you man! I wonder if you can take out a stock 5.0 now. I'm guessing you'll dyno around 380.


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Good for you man! I wonder if you can take out a stock 5.0 now. I'm guessing you'll dyno around 380.


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What hp numbers were you thinking?


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410ish HP but lower torque.
Only from what little i see here.
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Most seem to put down 410-430hp with something like 320-340tq. Just depends on the tuner and supporting mods.
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So I was correct then. That's around stock 5.0 numbers.


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Can I ask an honest question? And i am not trying to be jerk, I'm just curious.

Are there benefits to going a procharged v6 route vs buying a stock 5.0? It seems like a 5.0 would be a better and more reliable option.

Or do people start out with a v6 and quickly realize they should have went a different route and end up having to supercharge to be satisfied.

Again...not judging. Just curious.


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For me, the 3.7 meets my needs in an area where the speed limit is 35mph or less on 95% of the roads I drive, what good is a 5.0. Bolt on and such are simply because I like to tinker, but id not bother boosting it.

Plus the fact I can get 22-23 mpg in city driving vs mid teens for the 5.0 was a deciding factor.

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For me, the 3.7 meets my needs in an area where the speed limit is 35mph or less on 95% of the roads I drive, what good is a 5.0. Bolt on and such are simply because I like to tinker, but id not bother boosting it.

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I'm talking a out people that boost v6 mustangs. Im trying to understand the logic behind it. Price isn't that far off between the two when you factor in boosting it.


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I'm talking a out people that boost v6 mustangs. Im trying to understand the logic behind it. Price isn't that far off between the two when you factor in boosting it.


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I plan to boost mine but its definitely not because of logic. I could not care less if a 5.0 is faster than me because the 5.0 is supposed to be faster in the first place. I would do it because its a cool build to do and because i love my car. With the exception of a few in this forum, you really dont see a lot of boosted 3.7s. I've never seen one in real life but i think its something different and would be a fun project. If people try to boost their car just to keep up with a GT then they should have bought a v8 or should save up to buy one. Some of us just love our cars and want to build them up even if it doesn't make sense haha

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Can I ask an honest question? And i am not trying to be jerk, I'm just curious.

Are there benefits to going a procharged v6 route vs buying a stock 5.0? It seems like a 5.0 would be a better and more reliable option.

Or do people start out with a v6 and quickly realize they should have went a different route and end up having to supercharge to be satisfied.

Again...not judging. Just curious.
For me personally, the cost of my V6 + supercharger is $2,500-5,000 cheaper than a stock GT with equivalent options/miles (in my area). So I end up with something that's modified to the numbers I want for less. Plus I was able to save money and gas while daily driving it (comparatively).

Plus I have a thing for V6's.
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Where are you located?

I did the math for my current location and back home, and after install + supporting mods, I would basically be breaking even with buying a 5.0. Insurance was a tiny bit more, $40 a month for the V8, but you gotta pay to play.


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I'm talking a out people that boost v6 mustangs. Im trying to understand the logic behind it. Price isn't that far off between the two when you factor in boosting it.


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I don't think there's one catch-all answer.
Anywhere from, many already having a 6, for whatever reason, and deciding to boost it. The fun and/satisfaction of doing it. To- Just to have a boosted 6.
With many other reasons in between, I'm sure.
Don't think logic is much of a factor.

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I did it because it's different and unique and sounds great.
410 rwhp is about 475 hp flywheel... 435 hp gt with drivetrain loss is 370 rwhp.



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I'm talking a out people that boost v6 mustangs. Im trying to understand the logic behind it. Price isn't that far off between the two when you factor in boosting it.


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It's the rare factor. 5.0's are a dime a dozen. Boosted 3.7's are rare. Far and few between. There is a cool factor in the rare part. Not everyone cares about having a V8. A boosted 3.7 makes more power than a stock 5.0! With basic bolt on's boosted 3.7's can easily make 440 rwhp and very reliable.



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I don't understand why some people seem to keep asking the "logic" of it. It should be obvious. You buy what you can afford, and the need for more speed kicks in. It happens all the time with all types of vehicles, and to GT owners as well.

If we all bought cars based on real "logic", most of us would be driving a Prius.
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I don't understand why some people seem to keep asking the "logic" of it. It should be obvious. You buy what you can afford, and the need for more speed kicks in. It happens all the time with all types of vehicles, and to GT owners as well.

If we all bought cars based on real "logic", most of us would be driving a Prius.
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McTurd is just trying to be a wise guy and its towards me. His question about the why is geared towards me only. Its because I asked someone on another thread out of curosity why they bought the PP if they don't track race. McTurd caught a case of Mc butthurt.

Pay no mind to him, he is not being serious and doesn't care as to why V6 owners buy superchargers. We should be tolerate of those special needs folks who suffer from mental deficiencies.



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I don't understand why some people seem to keep asking the "logic" of it. It should be obvious. You buy what you can afford, and the need for more speed kicks in. It happens all the time with all types of vehicles, and to GT owners as well.

If we all bought cars based on real "logic", most of us would be driving a Prius.

It's really not that obvious or practical to me. Especially when there isn't much of a price difference to begin with.

A boosted 3.7 seems like a nightmare waiting to happen. How is the reliability?


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It's really not that obvious or practical to me. Especially when there isn't much of a price difference to begin with.

A boosted 3.7 seems like a nightmare waiting to happen. How is the reliability?


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It seems like a nightmare waiting to happen because you're ignorant about the 3.7 engine! If you had any knowledge, then you would not make the nightmare comment.

With that said, what would be the nightmare waiting to happen?

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These type of threads are what make me glad I just went for a v8 and moved on. *sigh*

With that being said - who needs tape measures before this " *ick measuring" competition ends?


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These type of threads are what make me glad I just went for a v8 and moved on. *sigh*

With that being said - who needs tape measures before this " *ick measuring" competition ends?


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Why is that? V6 , 4 banger V8! Its a mustang!

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McTurd is just trying to be a wise guy and its towards me. His question about the why is geared towards me only. Its because I asked someone on another thread out of curosity why they bought the PP if they don't track race. McTurd caught a case of Mc butthurt.

Pay no mind to him, he is not being serious and doesn't care as to why V6 owners buy superchargers. We should be tolerate of those special needs folks who suffer from mental deficiencies.



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Uhh...your not procharged and it had nothing to do with you. I was curious and again I'm not trying to be a jerk. I just wanted to know if there was something special about f/I on a v6!that I didn't know about.

If I were talking about stickers or visual only lca mods, then it would be about you. Otherwise...relax.


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It's really not that obvious or practical to me. Especially when there isn't much of a price difference to begin with.

A boosted 3.7 seems like a nightmare waiting to happen. How is the reliability?


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I never said it was practical. If you dont understand why people mod, then nobody will be able to explain it to you.

But maybe you can help me with something I have never understood... Why does trolling make some people happy?
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These type of threads are what make me glad I just went for a v8 and moved on. *sigh*

With that being said - who needs tape measures before this " *ick measuring" competition ends?


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Well if it is time for that competition, I just want to say that it is a little cold here right now before we get started.
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Well if it is time for that competition, I just want to say that it is a little cold here right now before we get started.

Nothing a little mcdonalds cant fix. 😂


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I still don't understand why people think there's a little price difference between a used v6 and used gt of the same mileage. This has been covered in other posts, there's usually a 8-12,000 difference in price including trade in value. So it's logical for me to turbo my car for 6-7,000 have some money left over and still have a car that'll dust a Bolt on gt. Personally I can't speak for the procharger since your so close in numbers when it comes to a mild bolt on gt but I feel like for them it's all about the rare factor. I think the gt guys who think the price difference is minimal need to actually do some research before commenting those lies on here. Because most of the time the price difference is huge, zombieslayer is the exception.


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Plus insurance cost difference is a big factor for some.
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