TMA said:8/21/07- Hello. Sorry I haven't been able to answer all my emails regarding v6 turbo kits. I will no longer be building anymore v6 mustang turbo kits at this time. I've been pursing other interest in life 3d animation/visual effects. This has always been my number 1 proriety. Tma turbo that I created was never structured or intended to be a full blown business. Its was originally intended to fund my car hobbies while I attend school full time. This may not be what my future customers would want to hear but its being honest. On my spare time away from school I will be building off the shelf viper turbo kits.
eh, i'm not really sure about this. depends on the car you buy, what year, etc. it would be pretty close i would imagine though in some situations... others, yes it probably would be cheaper to buy a GT.Ya know what gets me mad, i buy a V6 thinking that i could build it up to be as fast or fast than a GT for less money than what a GT would cost but in actuality it would be cheaper just to buy a GT.
I have heard that there kits are not that good
okay. well I installed a spectre cold air intake from autozone about 3 months ago on my mustang. It is not really a good intake because it is a universal kit and not made for my specific car, but it does work. I also had a Imco performance exhaust installed on it from Midas when I bought it 3 months ago as well. Other than that I just had a K&N perfomance Gold oil filter put on with that Q power full synthetic. It seems to have a bit more juice. Rpm's were raised to 5000 before the car shifts compared to the usual 4000. My mustang is a 2004 40th year annivesary 3.8L V6 automatic. I want to eventually install a dual exhaust and get a k&n intake or bbk. I was thinking along the lines of a diablosport tuner as well. the turbo I was thinking about is a turbonetix turbo. it comes with new fuel injectors, fuel rail, boost gauge, etc, etc. I am a newbie on upgrading cars but learning. I want to know the next step from you guys on upgrades.. thanks
Man you are not kidding..a hose here, bolt there, seals every where....WTF?, but to make sure it done right and aviod catastrophic failure later it is worth it!Also realize that there are SO many hidden things you have to buy when doing major upgrades... so be prepared for the nickel and dime **** that will drain you.