Join Date: Feb 2000
Location: Detroit, Murder City
No, I made some other changes over last winter when I changed from the Incon to Turbo Tech kit. I added a set of off the shelf TFS Twisted Wedge heads, TFS-R intake, F-303 cam, and 42#/hr injectors. So it's definitely a different creature now.
Actually, the Turbo Tech street and race single kits are an easier install than the Incon, mostly due to header bolt and spark plug access with the Incon manifolds. I did a few other things to make room for the race kit, but those were things that would have likely been done anyway. (Hiding the driver's side harness in the fenderwell, oil filter relocation kit) Maintainance on the single kits is FAR easier than the Incon twins as well.
Both kits spool very quickly. The Incon kit was set for 8-9 psi and had it at 2800rpm, the Turbo Tech kit is set for 12 psi and has it no later than 3200rpm. With the 3.73 gears I used to have, the twins came on almost too fast to get traction, even on DR's. Now I run the single with 3.27 gears and it's much easier to drive on the street with a stronger top end pull (likely due to my cam/intake combo).
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