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Old 10-15-2006, 11:42 AM
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which web site did you attain this info from ???
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Old 10-15-2006, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by silverbullet
which web site did you attain this info from ???
Got it from some forum when I was surfing the web. I just googled it. I can't remember the name of the site. I have all this saved on my PC.
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Old 10-15-2006, 12:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Speedtospare
its cheaper to order a kit. 99% of people will not go an buy a welder and all the proper stuff needed to make a turbo kit. I have made my own twice now. I just order a new hotside and I found it just as cheap and easier to order a hot side. Hot side can be purchased for 550 US from soe companies.
You got to be kidding. Show me where you got your turbo kit, cause I have been looking for a while now. A good Kit on ebay runs about $3000.00. If I buy piece by piece I am looking at saving about a grand. The turbo alone is $250 without the intercooler and piping. Not to mention i need twins, so that is $500.00 just for turbo's. And that is on ebay. Not from the shop. I am seriously thinking of installing turbo's and I have been looking into this for a while. Where did you buy your stuff?
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$250 for a turbo? Lucky.

A VNT17 will cost me around $1000 US for my TDI...
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LOL. That is for a T3 Hybrid. Not even sure if it is a good one. For the price, Probably not.
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Two good companies, check out their sites and on turbomustangs.com
I have a single turbo hot side setup on order from pony down, right from the exhaust flange to the cat-back.
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Old 12-26-2013, 01:00 AM
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This honestly was the most comprehensive and simplest guide I have read across the net, Thank you very much for putting the time into this to make it happen. I was also in the question for the 3.8 V6 setup. If there is a similar thread to this for that, in addition I've been looking all over the place to find the factory intake manifold that has the split port induction and no luck anywhere. Nothing aftermarket it seems either.
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Old 12-26-2013, 07:23 AM
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Awesome, you had to really put on your archeological dig hat to find that one. I think seven years old is a record, but good info is good info, glad you found it. lol
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