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Turbo Kits for 2002?

Who makes thems? What is the minimum to maximum price range I could be looking at? Which do you prefer, Turbo or Supercharger? Any other info on these items is much appreciated.
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post #2 of 11 Old August 6th, 2010, 04:10 PM
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Suggest you do a search, most of your question have been answered multiple times.
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turbo for a v6, supercharger for a v8 imo. Plus it puts less engine wear with a turbo because its not belt drivin. No one makes a turbo kit for our cars though unfortunatley. Your best bet if you want to avoid piecing your own kit together is to try and find a used TMA turbo kit somewhere, its going to be hard. But if you don't want to piece your own kit together thats pretty much your only option as far as complete turbo kits go for a v6 mustang.
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turbo for a v6, supercharger for a v8 imo. Plus it puts less engine wear with a turbo because its not belt drivin. No one makes a turbo kit for our cars though unfortunatley. Your best bet if you want to avoid piecing your own kit together is to try and find a used TMA turbo kit somewhere, its going to be hard. But if you don't want to piece your own kit together thats pretty much your only option as far as complete turbo kits go for a v6 mustang.
lol twin turbo setups on a v8s are just nasty haha.

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Twin Turbos on anything are nasty!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Even if I had a twin turbod lawn mower, that would be nasty


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turbo for a v6, supercharger for a v8 imo. Plus it puts less engine wear with a turbo because its not belt drivin. No one makes a turbo kit for our cars though unfortunatley. Your best bet if you want to avoid piecing your own kit together is to try and find a used TMA turbo kit somewhere, its going to be hard. But if you don't want to piece your own kit together thats pretty much your only option as far as complete turbo kits go for a v6 mustang.

Turbo for whatever.
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my friend went out and bought a twin turbo BEFORE he even went and bought his mustang. Went and test drove it (yellow 2001 GT) said he wanted it, went and bought a 12,000$ turbo Than bought the car. It gets maybe 515hp @ the wheels. Thing is beastly


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my friend went out and bought a twin turbo BEFORE he even went and bought his mustang. Went and test drove it (yellow 2001 GT) said he wanted it, went and bought a 12,000$ turbo Than bought the car. It gets maybe 515hp @ the wheels. Thing is beastly
12000$ turbo

LMFAO, don't let him lie to you.
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Is his turbo made made of platinum and cooled with Jesus' blood? If it was 12k then he got ripped a new one...


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Is his turbo made made of platinum and cooled with Jesus' blood? If it was 12k then he got ripped a new one...

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