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post #1 of 20 Old October 4th, 2006, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Turbo, Twin Turbo, Procharger, or Kennebell?

i have a 94 5.0 i want to get forced induction really bad but idk wut i should get ive heard dif things about everything wut should i get and why thanks
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For a 5.0 Low compression and boost the HELL out of a couple of turbos!
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GO TURBO!! THE POWER IT WILL PUT OUT WILL BE FREAKIN AWSOME!!
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but i have a 5.0 HO doesnt that stand for high output or does that have nothing to do with the compression
and i would like to know u picked wut u picked thanks
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IS IT THE STOCK BLOCK?
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Stock 94 block High Output?

Back in 1994 yes, it was a HO.. today it is Low or almost No Output, if you compare it to 2000+ sport & muscle cars..

but you're right with the compression.. I think it is 9:1 which is considered low and good for a mild boost turbocharged street Stang only if the engine is prepped & the internals are forged.

by the way, turbos are expensive & require professional installation.. costs a lot.. go for a supercharger: Vortech, ATI Procharger, Paxton -for high end horsepower- or Kenne Bell if you want a low end torquer..
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k i want a kennebell really bad cause i love the whine but its not intercooled but i hear its not that big of a problem until u are putting like 17psi through it and i would get a procharger but i dont really like the whistle of them constantly i really want a whine um wut should i do first before gettin that and wut do u think i should get thanks
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in some areas with really hot climates, you should be looking at intercooling if you're putting on a boost of 10 pounds and above, otherwise you get detonation..

with 93 & earlier Mustangs it's no problem but with 94-95 Mustangs, it's a pain.. there's no space, so I was told by Vortech.. you could do some plumbing work with centrifugals though.

With Kenne Bell, you can use water/methanol injection but the problem is, if it's upstream the compressor, it may corrode the rotors.

Forced induction is more than just a whine, a whistle or a BOV relief, you know!
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TURBOS ARE A LITTLE EXPENSIVE DEPENDING ON WHICH COMPANY AND KIT YOU GO WITH. AS FAR AS THE INSTALLATION ITS NOT THAT HARD ON THE 94-95. I INSTALLED MY TURBO ON MY 95 COBRA I FINISHED IN ONE WEEK.
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im leaning toward turbo but i still have the kennebell in the back of my head which one of those two should i get and y and i was wondering whats better a single turbo or twin turbo and why thanks
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Twin Turbo FTW!

Quicker spool since your using 2 smaller turbos...

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if u can afford it, twin turbo's for shure!!! ull be fast as shit!!! and it looks sick!
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does anyone know where i could get a good deal on a twin turbo kit since i dont have much money and should i do any other mods before i get the kit thanks
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no decent turbo kit can be purchased below $4000
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check out this article it is about a 92 but you get the picture;

https://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums...it-vt1208.html

looking for a new project stang
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john Urist who owns and developed the hellion system is a great guy!!! He knows his hair dryers and in my opinion is the only guy you want to deal with if you want a kit.
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