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Got My ON3performance 2v KIT

Wait it over and yes I am going single turbo.
Here are some picture of my k-member install and turbo kits with MP T70 turbo .
























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More pictures to come once I have time to open everything.




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I'm going to keep my eyes on this thread because I am highly considering selling my S-trim and getting that kit. I already have a intercooler though. Would probably go with the same turbo as you. And the price is definitely right on that kit.
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Is that stainless steel?

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Yeah it is. Price is awesome.
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Do they have pricing and kit information on a website?

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I will.
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where's the pics at haha how well did the kit fit with the upr k-member

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install begin tomorrow 14th april.
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I got NGK TR6 spark plugs and want to know what to gap at, is 30 gap ok or I need to do 28 ? I will be only running low 6-8 psi.
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I got NGK TR6 spark plugs and want to know what to gap at, is 30 gap ok or I need to do 28 ? I will be only running low 6-8 psi.
call and ask chad, he should know best

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check over on turbomustangs.com, they'll be able to help out
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The vendor (B&G) on Turbomustang is selling these at half the price On3 is selling them for. Ask for Brian

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Brian knows his stuff too!!!! A+ seller with good customer service and knowlege.
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Brian knows his stuff too!!!! A+ seller with good customer service and knowlege.
I can vouch for that.

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I can vouch for that.
Me too, Brian is a great guy!

On the other hand, On3performance didn't go over so well at theturboforums...
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Me too, Brian is a great guy!

On the other hand, On3performance didn't go over so well at theturboforums...
Anything thats not BG dont go well on turboforums, those guys knowledge is good IF you can get them to answer any questions. As far as kit feedback I wouldnt listen to a word they say

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Anything thats not BG dont go well on turboforums, those guys knowledge is good IF you can get them to answer any questions. As far as kit feedback I wouldnt listen to a word they say
Granted there a lot of pro-B&G guys over there (which IMHO speaks worlds to their customer service), it’s not an issue with most. The problem most people have is in regards to cheap imported junk. They are VERY opinionated on this…and many for good reason (quite a few have been burned in the past). In the end, they are looking out for the little guy that may not know better. The thing is, it’s not necessarily one persons “word” you are listening to (or should be). It’s one of the reasons the “turbo kit feedback” sub-forum was created. In the end, there is not one single turbo kit manufacturer that you cannot find ATLEAST one negative thread on. What one person considers a minor inconvenience, hardly worth mentioning… another considers a MAJOR roadblock.

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Well I made a post about BG customer service and I got burned at the stake through pm's.

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Well I made a post about BG customer service and I got burned at the stake through pm's.
Yeah, some are a bit defensive....but in their defense, many people throw up negative comments (not just with B&G) without even contacting the manufacturer. Often times people attempt to make adjustments/corrections and complain without even contacting customer service.....and quite often there are simple answers.

Customer service is what it is, partially because not everyone get's everything right 100% all the time (I'm not just talking about the manufacturers here either).

My apologies for the digression.
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Too bad quicktime<Newt Rod> couldn't keep his head above water.

His kit was on par or even better then BG!

My kit fit like it was suppose to fit.

Precision 67mm turbo, this and that.
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Well I made a post about BG customer service and I got burned at the stake through pm's.
lol... see thats not right.

I will say though, when I was considering Chad's kit he was very friendly and offered a lot of information on the kit, sent pictures, etc. Seems like a very cool guy. If it does hold up like he says it will after a year or two, its a heck of a deal. Im looking to go turbo NOW though and don't want to wait a year to find out from someone else. That, and the fitment issues are a little too much IMHO.

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lol... see thats not right.

I will say though, when I was considering Chad's kit he was very friendly and offered a lot of information on the kit, sent pictures, etc. Seems like a very cool guy. If it does hold up like he says it will after a year or two, its a heck of a deal. Im looking to go turbo NOW though and don't want to wait a year to find out from someone else. That, and the fitment issues are a little too much IMHO.

Jon, Chad pissed off Brian at B&G, so Brian got a hold of Chad's manufacturer and is selling the On3 kit at near cost. Several hundreds cheaper than On3.

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its a mess over there, hes proving a point by selling the same kit people there claim is ruining america. while bg uses a chinese intercooler and a brazilian MP turbo.would i buy an on3 kit? no, but its 100% on3s legal right to do so.
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its a mess over there, hes proving a point by selling the same kit people there claim is ruining america. while bg uses a chinese intercooler and a brazilian MP turbo.would i buy an on3 kit? no, but its 100% on3s legal right to do so.
Actually, I believe he’s doing it for one purpose only….to put ON3 under. It’s my understanding that he will be making virtually no money on those….and will discontinue as soon as he’s done with his mission. Believe it or not, those el-cheapo kit’s are a real threat to many domestic companies…..and have been in some shape or form responsible for putting several companies under.

While B&G’s base kit’s do run a Chinese cooler and Brazilian turbo….both are upgradeable to domestically produced products. The kit itself is entirely fabricated right here in the US (with materials made in the U.S.). His process supports a hell of a lot more American workers than those who simply outsource every last process and component…..all to undercut the competition.
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Stared my install yesterday and it's going slower then I like to but day by days it's comming good.

Here are some picture of my turbo kit and install pictures. Don't worry about the scratch , it's just heat paint .




















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Pics of the headers bolted on?Man thats looks like a pain in the ass.

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Pics of the headers bolted on?Man thats looks like a pain in the ass.
no headers on 2v kit, it use stock.
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I see lots of people talking about how out sourceed to china. Why can't a American make the same product at the same price?? The money would stay here correct? I see people talking about places like hp use they money to sponsor and advertise. i dont want help be a sponsor. I want my car to go fast that why I buy a product. If you think about what is needed. The pipe kit can be made at a exaust shop on the cheap by a american. Turbo can be sourced from a american company so can the intercooler. A american just have to do it. Business is competitive. If it was me I would make the same kit mass produce and make 500 a kit and be happy. If it was made by a american company they would sell twice as much. Some places just have this get rich thing in their heads. We can make 2 grand a kit!! Lets sell them. Not all places that charge lots of money are great. A certain place in houston proved that. Reason why I think all this is, look at when someone does a diy kit. He get pats on the back and a job well done. Not a you used a intercooler made in china!!!! your killing the economy and my kids are gonna starve for it. Im not saying I'd rather buy china in saying lets see a american step to the plate and fab up their kits.
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