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Old 07-21-2013, 02:51 PM   #1
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Twin Turbo Setup

I seen a twin turbo mustang at a car show ....so I googled it and OMFG....this has to be the ultimate mod costing 8495 !!! How much would labor cost ?? And besides suspension upgrades and injectors what else would you need ... Just dreaming about this one lol
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I seen a twin turbo mustang at a car show ....so I googled it and OMFG....this has to be the ultimate mod costing 8495 !!! How much would labor cost ?? And besides suspension upgrades and injectors what else would you need ... Just dreaming about this one lol
labor could probably be anywhere from $1000-$1700. be prepared to change out your rear tires every couple of months. a tune. LTs. boost gauge. hmm I know I'm missing some more things but I'll add more on as it comes to me.
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labor could probably be anywhere from $1000-$1700. be prepared to change out your rear tires every couple of months. a tune. LTs. boost gauge. hmm I know I'm missing some more things but I'll add more on as it comes to me.
Rear tires cause I would be burning them up lol not sure what LT's are though...
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Rear tires cause I would be burning them up lol not sure what LT's are though...
Long tube headers
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Long tube headers
And typically not used on turbo cars
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And typically not used on turbo cars
yea didn't think of how it would take slightly longer to spool up with LTs. It's a mess to do but it can work.
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you will not have longtubes if you do a twin setup on a coyote.
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Um, turbos run off the exhaust gases so, you ain't fitting LT headers in there...more like short tube manifolds, this yer first day?
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every twin kit comes with turbo manifolds for the coyotes. the hellion twin kit uses Bassani turbo manifolds.
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Um, turbos run off the exhaust gases so, you ain't fitting LT headers in there...more like short tube manifolds, this yer first day?
I'm sorry? have you never seen a turbo setup with LTs? lol also what do you think is running through the EXHAUST manifolds?

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you will not have longtubes if you do a twin setup on a coyote.
it is possible but no you're right I already corrected myself above.
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I'm sorry? have you never seen a turbo setup with LTs? lol also what do you think is running through the EXHAUST manifolds?
you a right. you can also have a twin rear mount with longtubes.

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i was speaking about the twin kits in production for the coyotes. you can build a custom set up with longtubes anything is possible if you have the fabricating skills
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you a right. you can also have a twin rear mount with longtubes.

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i was speaking about the twin kits in production for the coyotes. you can build a custom set up with longtubes anything is possible if you have the fabricating skills
yea I know. and yes it's possible with the right fabricating skills. it will take longer for the turbos to spool but it is possible and not very beneficial but once again, possible.
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Here's a pic of the twin setup .....
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Here's a pic of the twin setup .....
is this the hellion kit?
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is this the hellion kit?
Think so
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no thats is not the hellion kit.

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that is the twin kit that john lund designed. from twin50.com

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*twinturbo50.com
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no thats is not the hellion kit.

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that is the twin kit that john lund designed. from twin50.com


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The Eliminator by Hellion
the picture you posted of the twin kit on the car is not the hellion kit
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the picture you posted of the twin kit on the car is not the hellion kit
That's why I said I think so , meaning not sure ...
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hellion uses precision turbos.
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hellion uses precision turbos.

Looks awesome whatever is....
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That's why I said I think so , meaning not sure ...
hellion uses precision turbos. john lunds kit "twinturbo50.com" uses magnum turbos. same production line that on3 turbos are made on
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Next mustang I get after I pay off my 12, is going to get a twin turbo setup. I've done too many superchargers, need to change it up.
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Next mustang I get after I pay off my 12, is going to get a twin turbo setup. I've done too many superchargers, need to change it up.
Are you doing the install yourself ?? I read that the power addition can be anywhere from 200 to 800 hp depending on the modifications and fuel type !!
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is this the hellion kit?
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I thought hellion uses turbonetics turbos and the precisions are an optional upgrade.
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You guys are stupid.. of course you can run a tt with lt.. I've worked on two of those set ups
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You guys are stupid.. of course you can run a tt with lt.. I've worked on two of those set ups
thats what im saying. but its not normal for a regular turbo setup due to the fact that it takes longer to spool the turbo
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Is ON3 Turbo's any good? Will it cause any problems to these engines? I have a Boss IM if it matters? Just curios.,, thanks
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Is ON3 Turbo's any good? Will it cause any problems to these engines? I have a Boss IM if it matters? Just curios.,, thanks
I'm gonna vote no and if you want use the search function and read up on them. A guy recent had one grenade his motor after we told him not to go cheap. He is now over $10k into his new motor
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I'm gonna vote no and if you want use the search function and read up on them. A guy recent had one grenade his motor after we told him not to go cheap. He is now over $10k into his new motor
Alright thanks, that's all I was looking for. I am currently looking it up, thanks!
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That wasn't the ON3 kit's fault it was the installers
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I'm gonna vote no and if you want use the search function and read up on them. A guy recent had one grenade his motor after we told him not to go cheap. He is now over $10k into his new motor
The on3 kit is a good kit for the coyotes. Verry good power. Know of one guy making 750rwhp at 12psi. Another 900 at 15+, alot of shops recomend the on3 kit for the coyotes
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That wasn't the ON3 kit's fault it was the installers
If you say so
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The kits themselves are good. Their customer service sucks though, so if you can get past that then they are actually good kits... The guy whose motor was grenaded, he came back saying it in fact was the installers fault.
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