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02-07-2013 04:59 PM
saleenmonkey think im going to delete the nitrous and add the turbo! kinda pointless other than the fuel economy of 32mpg and 225hp when wanted by pushing a button.. although i think turbo would be more reliable in the long run....engine rebuilds r not cheap!!!i have been thinking really hard about this ugh!!
02-07-2013 04:44 PM
Originally Posted by ZXthrizzle05 View Post
just filed my taxes. Tim I needs pipe work now lol. going to contact Jim as well make sure he isn't busy
thats what im spending my taxes on (TURBO KIT)! get almost ten grand back! only want to spend up to 8 to get this thing faster than what it is!! not a very fast car for a saleen but only with the nitrous on....needs a turbo bad
02-07-2013 12:31 AM
ZXthrizzle05 just filed my taxes. Tim I needs pipe work now lol. going to contact Jim as well make sure he isn't busy
02-06-2013 11:30 PM
Turbo Turtle my zetec/svt kit will be for sale after im finished with maniacs car. i'll be working on the duratec kit as soon as im done with his kit. the price of the full kit will depend on what i can get my turbos for. im hoping for a "byot" kit for 1700 and a full kit for 3500 but those prices are just guesses until i actual get the kit built and figure out taxes fees etc that it will cost me. but they should be with in a couple hundred +/- from that

the kits will not have an off the shelf iron manifold and turbo fitment problems or the price problems found in the kits that have a tubular manifold

02-06-2013 09:59 PM
ZXthrizzle05 correct, its just tb placement difference
02-06-2013 06:32 PM
focusmaniaczx3 svt and standard zetec will most likely be the same kit. the only thing that will need changing between the two kits will be 6 inches of cold pipe and a different elbow to put to the throttle body. everything else will be the same.
02-06-2013 01:55 PM
Originally Posted by focusmaniaczx3 View Post
there will be a good one coming up soon. turboturtle fabrication is in the process of creating a cheaper "form following function" turbo kit for the duratec and zetec focus. his kits will not be polished to a mirror finish or pretty and powdercoated but they will be some of the most efficient and smooth flowing kits out there and they will probably be the most competitively priced kits available too. this is what he told me he wants to do anyway and he is going to start development on the zetec kit in less than 3 weeks. im not sure when development starts on the duratec. it might already be in progress.
what about SVT zetec
02-05-2013 11:34 PM
Originally Posted by Mother Focus View Post
And it fits? I mocked up a 5857 on SPA and it fit but almost crushed the Crank
Pos Sensor.
same with my 5857. it fit fine but jeez I was worried aboot that crank sensor
02-05-2013 09:36 PM
turbosvtfocus04 I can't run the 4 inch inlet with the 2.5 inch outlet otherwise it does hit. I tried mocking up a 6765.
But yeah the 3 inch inlet with adding a 2 exhaust manifold gaskets I could fit it.
02-05-2013 09:29 PM
Mother Focus
Originally Posted by turbosvtfocus04 View Post
I'm just running a spa manifold with a precision 6266. I will see what power it makes.
But once you get into the tubular manifold setups is where it gets pricey. One shop by me quoted me $1500-1600 for tubular manifold, dump tube and down pipe to connect to the off road pipe.
And it fits? I mocked up a 5857 on SPA and it fit but almost crushed the Crank
Pos Sensor.
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