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Old 09-03-2013, 07:57 AM   #1
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Red face Aftermarket performance?

I was wondering if there was a racing or performance cam for the 4.0L v6? If not, is there a stroker kit? Im looking for moar pewerrr.
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Old 09-03-2013, 01:26 PM   #2
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For insurance reasons im sticking with my V6 for a while. Im also looking into turbos
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Old 09-03-2013, 01:32 PM   #3
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if insurance is an issue, sell your car and get an '11+v6. Putting out 305hp with 280ftlbs at the crank, nothing you can argue about putting a turbo on there. Oh yeah, thats 95 more hp than the 05-09 v6. I had an 07 v6, and my 13 v6 makes a drastic comparison in hp. Insurance is about the same.
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I remember before I bought my mustang I got a few quotes on insurance for cars I was interested in. A Toyota Corolla would've been about 30% more, an eclipse was more than double the cost, a Corvette was only about $100 more, the price for the GT was the same as a base model (all based on a 6 month policy)
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Or instead of spending 10,000+ on a new car, I could turbo my current one and get more HP and TQ than a 5.0 with no difference in insurance.
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Check out the Powerhouse turbo set up. A friend of mine has it on his 2008 and he runs low 11's and dips into the 10's. All on stock block and internals and pushing about 450 to the rear wheels.
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