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post #1 of 38 Old 01-19-2003, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo kit for a 351w SN95

Does anybody make a turbo kit designed for a 351w in a '95 gt?
I'd prefer twins, but am curious about single kits also.


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post #2 of 38 Old 01-22-2003, 06:56 PM
 
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same question was asked a week ago...check the search engine.

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Got our 351 in so the kit is available.
Just a simple header change to be ready for the 351w
same price!
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Got our 351 in so the kit is available.
Just a simple header change to be ready for the 351w
same price!

Looks very nice. Do your kits allow you to keep your power steering, smog pump, and air conditioning? If not, I definately would pass since my goal is to build a fast street car with all my creature comforts, lol.
If your kits allow me to retain those items, and are streetable, then you might just change my preferance from the KB supercharger to a twin turbo setup

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Who puts these kits out? How much are they for the 351? Please let me in on some info
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www.itsturbo.net
Yes all acc. are kept
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Wow, that looks like a very nice kit. How big of turbos can you upgrade to on that kit?
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stage II can be upgraded to a 60 trim t3/t4
A stage III can be made that would have a t4 and up
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Cartech did at one time. I called and asked when I had the 90GT with a 5.8 and GT40X. They said they had a single. I didnt think low end response was needed anyway with 3.73's and a 5.8 in a 3200 lb car.

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its 1g more

Carson, why does the sn style turbo kits cost approx. $1000 more than the Fox style?

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Because of tighter tolerences ceramic coating is required and comes with it you also get a BOV with stage I and stage II includes external wastegates.

The kit requires more fabrication than the Fox Body wich adds a little also.
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ah ha, I see.

Carson,

Thanks, just was wondering. I'm looking to do a TT setup on my sn95 gt automatic. For the ITS kit: The twin t3's are more affordable, but I'm so worried that in the future, they won't be enough. Is the 400whp mentioned on the website the maximum on a stock motor or the maximum for the kit on a fully modified setup? I'd really like to get the t3/t4 hybrids, to be sure they are capable of the power I want, but of course, they are more pricy.

Is upgrading to the Garret 62-1 turbos on the sn95 stage 2 kit to make it a stage3 kit do-able later on after purchase, or are the 2 kits totally different?

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I believe I can answere a direct question.

Stage I turbos can support about 275hp max efficiency each.
400whp with them on a Stock motor would be pushing the envelope.
The 62-1 turbos have different flanges so the hotparts would change and other stuff would be the same.

I may be also able to offer something inbetween depending on the turbo it may or may not require the external gate.
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When will the 87-93 Single Kits be available?
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I would hope by March but stuff is being worked on as ordered as of yet there has not been one ordered
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So basically all the designing of the kit is done and if someone wanted to order a kit it would just have to be pieced together? What would be included in the kit and how long would it take to build?
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My brother is getting one for his 93 Cobra but normal customers take front seat over him. It will be made but if someone orders one it will get prioritized.
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The kit would have a 62-1 turbo 38mm external wastegate BOV Front Mount IC all hoses piping etc...
pricing about $3000
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Carson, have you installed a 351-W TT kit as of yet? Can you post more pictures of how it looks installed? How about performance info? I am very interested in this kit, but would like to see how it fits, how much room is left, etc...

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I have not installed a 351 TT yet
The turbos are in the same location as the 302.
If you replace the 302 engine with the 351 thats how it would look.

This one example
110,000 mile motor with stock heads and everything valve covers have never even been off.
Cobra Intake MSD BTM bigger AM and TB

403 HP and around 450 ft lb of torque at 10 psi
This was before we redesigned the intake pipe for more flow.
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This one example
110,000 mile motor with stock heads and everything valve covers have never even been off.
Cobra Intake MSD BTM bigger AM and TB

403 HP and around 450 ft lb of torque at 10 psi
This was before we redesigned the intake pipe for more flow.
Actually, that car is here in atlanta and it made 403rwhp and 472rwtq on 9.5psi. Also, that was thru the catalytic converters and flowmaster chambered mufflers (of all things turbos hate) and pump gas w/ ~11.3:1 a/f ratio. Needless to say, with some dynomax mufflers, no cats, a few bolt ons such as roller rockers and a bit more timing, things would really get interesting. It had a lot more room to grow.
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carson i was looking at your kits for a 94 306 fully built. But I want 550 to 600rwhp. What do you have that's capable of helping me reach my goal and how much would it cost?
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our stage II should be able to produce that around 14-16 psi with everything tuned and the right parts though we haven't had anyone turn it up that much to my knowledge
If you want to go lower psi stage III would put you there around 8-10 twin 62-1's
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but with the twin 62's how much would it be extra?
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spool rpm

with the twin 62's, about what rpm would the boost kick in? what about the twin t3/t4 hybrids?

At the fly wheel, what about does the stage II put out?
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Twin 62-1 spool timeThis is just a guess, I would think 8-10psi around 3500?? (anyone have them)

The twin t3/t4's come up pretty quick reaching 10 psi just before 3000 most are seeing it around 2700 .

Stage II on a built 302 should get about 500WHP at 10 psi.
To many factors from tune to combo to give you a exact number on it.
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I am now considering the stage2 kit for a 351-W. AFR185's, Cobra intake, E303 or custom cam, and BOV upgrade. I bet it would make some decent #'s at 10psi, and spol pretty quickly to boot.
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Just as an estimate, what would that 500whp on a sn95 automatic, 3.55 gears, run in the quarter?
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Looked at the ITS page, it looks like good stuff, what would you expect out of an SN95 with a built motor and your stage 3 kit? HP TQ wise?
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Carson, why does the sn style turbo kits cost approx. $1000 more than the Fox style
Market forces are the one and only thing that determine price. Production cost only puts it in a direction.

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The sn95 kit stage II comes with ceramic coating and external wastegates thats your it also a little harder to fabricate $1000.
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so the SN95 only goes to stage II? What is the turn around time on an order? is there a waiting list? I'm very interested in the kit. Will i be able to make around 600~700 hp?

i plan on using a completely built/forged 331 and a complete fuel system.. just like to solidify before i make some purchases...
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has anyone seen, or have experience with these kits? I am still considering the twin turbo kit for a 351-W, but would like to know the quality, durability, etc of what i would be buying.

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427Windsorman, might want to try asking over on their site in their forums. www.itsturbo.net

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