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Old 11-11-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default What TurboCharger Kit?

I have the 2010 4.0L V6 Mustang that I want to TurboCharge. So like I always do for my mustang when I want to add aftermarket parts I went to Americanmuscle.com>2010-2014 Mustangs>Engine>TurboKits but found no turbokits for my make and model. Could anyone help me or show me what kit I could use on my car?
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Why don't you call the tuner your gonna use and see what they suggest
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For what you'll spend on going FI, you may as well trade up to a 4.6L or 5.0L. And then you'll have power PLUS additional headroom to go farther. With the 4.0, you'll top out plus you'll still need suspension upgrades to hook up and brake upgrades to stop.

Just curious; are you opposed to SC'ing or is turbo your only consideration?
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For what you'll spend on going FI, you may as well trade up to a 4.6L or 5.0L. And then you'll have power PLUS additional headroom to go farther. With the 4.0, you'll top out plus you'll still need suspension upgrades to hook up and brake upgrades to stop.

Just curious; are you opposed to SC'ing or is turbo your only consideration?

Come on Rick... Don't be that guy. Sure trading up to a 4.6 or 5.0 would give you more headroom. I know personally though my car is paid off and I'd rather not have a car payment. A turbo 4.0 is capable of over 500rwtq on a stock motor...
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Just putting it out there...
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For what you'll spend on going FI, you may as well trade up to a 4.6L or 5.0L. And then you'll have power PLUS additional headroom to go farther. With the 4.0, you'll top out plus you'll still need suspension upgrades to hook up and brake upgrades to stop.

Just curious; are you opposed to SC'ing or is turbo your only consideration?
I am not opposed to SC'ing at all
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A Mustang rockin a turbo with a Blow off valve sounds pretty wicked.
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