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Old 11-09-2011, 11:05 PM   #1
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Twin turbos

I have a new 2010 ford mustang get with the track pack and everything i was wondering if anyone has turbos on there car and how do they do for ur ride let me know
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Old 11-11-2011, 12:12 AM   #2
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Still need some help if any suggestions
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I have seen some videos of them and read some articles in magazines, other then that I've never talked to anyone about it? I'm sure it's more then just putting turbos on. I have dumped a lot of money for my supercharged car, it costs money to go fast is all I can tell you. If you aren't getting anywhere just call some performance shops like brenspeed, lethal performance, evolution performance or maybe even MMR?
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Old 11-11-2011, 08:53 PM   #4
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Yea u don't really see or here that much of twin turbos on a mustang it's usually all supercharges thought I would be different in that area I know it's cheaper then supercharges but its easier to blow ur engine cause of the psi I already have the tune and exhaust cam and some other bolt on stuff but thanks
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:37 PM   #5
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Re: Twin turbos

There's been quite a few of the twin turbo kits on the 99-04's. I agree though, haven't seen a whole lot of them out there on the 2010's. I think I've seen more singe turbo kits on the s197's. I think you see more superchargers and especially the twin screws because of the performance and low end torque you get with the instant boost, no turbo lag. It would be cool to see a compound boost 2010. Haven't seen a compound boost 3v!
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Old 11-15-2011, 10:06 PM   #6
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Yea I want to be different everyone has supercharges I want to try turbos I had a whipple on my 06 gt and liked it but wanted to try something different
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Yea I want to be different everyone has supercharges I want to try turbos I had a whipple on my 06 gt and liked it but wanted to try something different
I hear that! I've seen some decent kits offered by blow by racing and some others. Something to look into!
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Old 11-16-2011, 01:36 PM   #8
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Yea I see the single turbo that might be enough for me for awhile thats all I can find for mine can't find any twin turbo kits for mine not yet any still looking tho
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Yeah, can't say I've seen anything other than single kits either.
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Old 11-16-2011, 03:25 PM   #10
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Well the single kit said it can put 600 hp to the ground on a stock motor so I think that's plenty for me I'll do alot more things to make sure it doesn't give out I have the track pack already and the rear end can handle it so just need to work with the engine and driveshaft and I'll be good to go
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Ok you will have to do a lot more then just the turbo, clutch upgrade, fuel pump, injectors and just saying your transmission is only rated to 500 so its only a matter of time before that goes along with your engine too, I've learned this all the hard way trust me!
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Ok you will have to do a lot more then just the turbo, clutch upgrade, fuel pump, injectors and just saying your transmission is only rated to 500 so its only a matter of time before that goes along with your engine too, I've learned this all the hard way trust me!
I hate learning that way, lol!
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Already have a clutch upgrade and the rest of the stuff comes with the kit and yea the 600 is the most the kit can produce I'm not going that high with it lol
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Already have a clutch upgrade and the rest of the stuff comes with the kit and yea the 600 is the most the kit can produce I'm not going that high with it lol
What clutch did you go with? Im in the market for a clutch upgrade
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Old 11-16-2011, 03:55 PM   #15
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Spec stage 2plus clutch kit from American muscle I like it

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I'll get the stage 3 when I get everything put on it to handle everything
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Spec stage 2plus clutch kit from American muscle I like it

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I'll get the stage 3 when I get everything put on it to handle everything
How's the drivability? I've still got the stock clutch in mine and with the extra power it's starting to get some chatter
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It's really good no complaints here u will really tell the difference between stock and the upgrade it all depends what stage u want if it's going to take awhile to get the power and everything I would go with stage 1 but I went and did Stage 2plus instead and it still drives good
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Old 11-16-2011, 09:16 PM   #18
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Yeah, right now I'm just shy of 400hp at the motor..... Not sure what kind of power the stock clutches will hold up to. I plan on going supercharged in the future so it would be good to upgrade anyway
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Old 11-16-2011, 09:20 PM   #19
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Yea I'm like 420 at the motor now and I have 4:10 gears in mine and it's a beast the clutch helped it out alot once I get the turbo the stage 3 might go in depends on how the stage two handles it idk
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Old 11-16-2011, 09:23 PM   #20
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Yeah.... I know ive seen some where they recommend the stage 3 at the 500hp level.
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Old 11-16-2011, 09:25 PM   #21
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Yea well mine is the stage 2 plus there's a regular stage 2 but the stage 2plus is if ur not sure if u want to go to stage three its in the middle I guess idk how they figure that crap out lol
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Right, lol! Maybe you should look into a stage 2 ++, haha!
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Yea right lol
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I went with the Exedy mach 600 and it holds up to 600 lbs torque and I love it I've never felt it slip and when I drop the hammer, it has always stepped up and done its job! I would recommend it to anyone looking to make a lot of power, one time clutch upgrade with no complaints!
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Nice! I'll have to look into that!
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Have you look at the hellion kits ?
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Yes that is what I'm looking at actually
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That's what I looked at before I got my SC
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What made you decide on the sc vs turbo? Tapping the oil pan?
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Re: Twin turbos

You will have to have a TT kit made for you. And it will be expensive as all hell. Also Look around there is other kits besides Hellion kits. A lot of people had issues with there kits. My buddy took his kit off his car and installed a KB SC. Also if you do it right you only need 1 turbo not two. A single turbo with the right set up and turbo its self can make over 1000hp. Also with a turbo you will make a lot of torque and a stage 2 clutch will not last long.

Also since you have a 2010 and say you make almost 420 at the crank now what all you have done already? I would assume full bolt ons and cams? As in full bolt ons I mean LT headers with full exhuast, cold air, Ford racing intake and a dyno tune?

Also the rear end is no stronger then a regular rear end even with the track pack. It will be matter of time and you will need replace the clutches in it at least. But by that time you should go with a detriot tru track.
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Mainly the sound and the power and I got it cheap ! I love it though it's a vortech v3
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:51 PM   #32
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Yes I have full bolt ons I had alot done at the dealership so I can still have a warranty I'm thinking of a ford racing supercharger it said it would put 550 hp out so I can keep my warranty on it so I might go that route it would be cheaper te dealership i go to hooks me up I don't have to pay for labor just the parts and it's a really good dealer ingot my gt with 1300 miles and it only cost me 19k lol but anyway theres nothing more I can do to the motor that I know of to get more out of it unless a sc or turbo I have 4:10 gears in it and I updated the driveshaft to take the extra power it's just one thing at a time
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You still can do cams/ported heads. Ford SC is good cause can keep warranty but for the price of just the blower you can get better. Hell a procharger will be cheaper and make more power.
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Well I have a warranty till 100000 miles and on top of that the dealer has free oil changes for life the engine in guareented for life any dints or dings I get fixed for free for three years tires free for three years and alot of other stuff I get so I want to keep as much as possible and so I'm thinking the ford racing supercharger to keep it lol
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Don't let them blwo smoke either. The supercharger keep warranty only if no other mods to the car. That is a sc installed on a stock car. Not to mention the tune will suck that comes with it. Once anything goes wrong it will not be up to that dealer if it is covered. Its up to big ford.

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And with your headers and stuff you will need a dyno tune not the regular tune that comes with the sc.
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