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post #1 of 7 Old 07-05-2016, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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on3 or pony down?

I see alot of input on the on3 performance turbo kits but has anyone ever used pony down performance for a turbo kit?
there is a big price difference between both.. pony down has a nice TT kit i was looking at.. If anyone has any input on the pony down performance kits please post away..

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-06-2016, 04:00 PM
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The ponydown kits are a lot nicer. better fitup and typically have a history of holding up better, although some people are doing okay with on3 in terms of longevity.

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I've owned two Pony Down single kits and now recently had Jeff at Pony Down build me a twin kit for my fox body. Nice stuff! I recommend Pony Down if you have the cash. Performance and durability are stellar! My current single kit pushed my car into the low 9s...I'm going for high 8s this Fall, then the twin kit should push my car well into the 8s!

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Same pony down that is on ebay?

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besides Ponydown, is there another ponydown dealer to deal with?
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B&G fabrication do awesome kit great Quality. Have to wait a little bit for Brian to make them but worth it.
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