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Old 02-07-2012, 05:07 PM   #11
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Old 02-07-2012, 07:09 PM   #12
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:26 AM   #13
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Its a hard debate really, and it will go on till the end of time!

Usually the twin screw guys always say a TS is better because of instant boost. Nowadays with the billet wheel turbos they spool soooooo quick its just a matter of opinion.

Nobody can contest the fact that a turbo will make more power pound for pound of boost than any other power adder. Its just personal preference.
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Old 02-08-2012, 08:25 AM   #14
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that is true my friend

the ecoboost f150 and taurus sho are soooooooooo nice
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Exactly. Most turbo-ed cars from the factory use smaller turbos to spool real quick, and they usually make 90%+ of their torque from 1500rpm.

Then you just open up the exhaust and get some more top end out of them.

It just comes down to personal preference.
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" EasyclicK system " is the way to go : We hade the same problem with 70 Mach 1 and 67 Eleanor Conv that we have . if you let the cars park to longh with out start them expecialy the Mach 1 ( 351 C 4V High compression ) after 2 try the battery will go kaput . We came back about a month or so from our trip to CA where we found a New type of battery connector the Name " EasyclicK system " it works wonder .We never hade any more problem the Mach 1 it starts right up .When we don`t use our cars we disconect our batterys and i can`t told you how easy it`s Plus the connectors they give a very clean look to the battery . Look at the video and pass this on if you like it .
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What the f*ck?

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Exactly. Most turbo-ed cars from the factory use smaller turbos to spool real quick, and they usually make 90%+ of their torque from 1500rpm.

Then you just open up the exhaust and get some more top end out of them.

It just comes down to personal preference.
you're 100% right...the SHO's torque starts at idle and ranges through up to 2000rpm if im not mistaken...i love being at a stop light and just blowing off the line in my mgrs demo lol
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Its the tiny turbos.

Just like the 335 BMW's, they make crazy torque off idle and pull to redline
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