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Old 01-27-2015, 11:16 AM   #1
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What should I get after a on3 twin turbo on a 14 5.0

So I'm ready to order my twin turbo for my gt. I was thinking I know with just slapping it on I should get somewhere between 500 plus hp to start off well my goal is in the 700-900hp. What should I be adding to make it reach that much HP? Trying have a list ready of what I will need each paycheck I'll be ordering something. I got some off road x pipes already some slp louthmouth axle exhuast. Will be getting some long tube headers. Also some 80lb injectors. Thanks any advice would help I'm trying to learn and more about these beautiful cars.


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You should probably start saving up for one of these if you want the motor to last with twin turbos........at least it's a great foundation on your way to 900hp.


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^ this. An aluminator for about $8-9k if cash is not a problem, or get MMRs 1000hp forged shortblock for 2400 bucks. You will have to send yours in. I believe its $390 for pickup n return shipping.

PS: are you getting everything done via a shop or if you're a DIY guy?
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Well for 1 you can't use longtubes with the twin kit, so it will be a waste of $ for longtubes.

2. What 80lb injectors are you planning in getting?

3. Just built your current motor.

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Old 01-28-2015, 02:12 PM   #5
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1. Built your Block first, and if your planning to run 700+hp you will need a GT500 Fuel a system, ID1000's, and some upgraded clutches in your auto or a clutch for your 6spd



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You can run 600+ hp and be fine on the stock block, but anymore than 650+ you may need to think about building ur motor



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1. Built your Block first, and if your planning to run 700+hp you will need a GT500 Fuel a system, ID1000's, and some upgraded clutches in your auto or a clutch for your 6spd



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What's a gt500 fuel system lol?

The coyote already uses the exact same fuel pump as the gt500's. Just we have 1 pump vs 2.

You need a return style fuel system for anything over 800hp

The stock pump will support 750 rwhp with id1000's and a BAP on 93 octane.


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I wouldn't use the stock block as has already been suggested.
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Shifter, suspension, and brakes lol. Can't bang through gears or put that power to the ground as it is.


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Umm no one mentioned one piece driveshaft and oil catch can lol
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Bc a 1 piece is not a necessity.

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".......What should I get after a on3 twin turbo on a 14 5.0"

More life insurance?
Seriously, how do you keep the wheels from just spinning with that or the ones that put supercharges on? I've got a stock GT and I can't even fathom that much more horsepower.
Maybe someday when the newness has worn off and it feels slow?
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Sticky tires and light weight wheels....
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