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Old 11-23-2013, 07:24 AM   #1
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Well I've been out of stang world for a couple years and finally pulled the trigger on stock 95 gt. My plan is a low 10 second car with extremely little street fun. My plan is 35 spline spool with 4.10 rear. Extreme light k member(don't know which yet).. full length subframes. Have auto transmission built for 800ish HP. cage it..then finally 347 with big turbo on top(prefer kenne bell just too much $) with mega squirt 2 kit so I can learn/tune it as I live in bum screw Egypt so will learn to tune myself.
But my question is will these heads get me there? http://madison.en.craigslist.org/pts/4180493745.html
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Old 11-23-2013, 10:51 AM   #2
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Old 11-23-2013, 07:51 PM   #3
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K thanks glad I didn't consider them I'll just stick with a good name set then. Ran into an on3performance 76mm turbo kit with 60lb injectors and oil relocation kit for 1100$ good price?
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IMO. For $1100 if the turbo is a master power or magnum and your willing to deal with fitment issues its not a bad deal. If you can cut and weld you can do one yourself for less with used parts

Ive done a SN on3 kit.
The headers fit good but all the vbands needed to be filed flat.
The crossover needed to be cut, shortened, rotated, and rewelded to clear the balancer
The down pipe and the entire cold side fit good
The On3 brand turbo lasted less then 1000 miles and the scroll was eating the housing.
The waste gate and bov are cheap, I wouldnt trust them and would worry that they wouldnt open fast enough or not at all.
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Damn thanks for all the information just trying to save coin by getting used but I should just stick to the plan of building rear and off road x pipe this winter and any other cheap things I could do? Want to get drag rims too if I have the coin (skinnies up front and big as possible in rear).
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Old 11-24-2013, 12:43 PM   #6
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Welcome back Jeff.

I have a brand-new, never installed Megasquirt system for 94-95 Mustangs that I bought for the Cobra awhile back. Never got around to it, I had my hip surgery and then bought a few other cars since and haven't had any time to get started with it. I'll sell it at a pretty reasonable price...
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