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post #1 of 4 Old 12-31-2001, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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Quick Q RE: Incon Twin Turbo Kits

Two questions:

1) Anyone here running the twin turbo kit on a 94-95 5.0L SN95 bodied car?

2)Assuming no other mods were done, about how much HP would the kit add (are there multiple kits??) to the car? Stock figure is around 215 HP right? (BHP I'm assuming?)

All hypothetical, wondering how the 94-95 SN95 cars would be for a daily driver / few mods car..

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1. there are several people with them on sn95 cars, im sure someone will chime in

2. the average hp at 8 psi with a completely stock motor and a completely stock exhaust system is 380 rwhp. (5 speed on a dynojet - stock rwhp is approx 190)


once tuned properly you could drive an incon car everyday and never have a problem.

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Very nice figures.

The main reason (which I forgot to say, doh!) was on the 5.0 install instructions that I saw somewhere, on FOX bodies one had to cut out a part of a panel for clearance, and I was wondering if that was necessary on the SN95 bodies as well..

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The main reason (which I forgot to say, doh!) was on the 5.0 install instructions that I saw somewhere, on FOX bodies one had to cut out a part of a panel for clearance, and I was wondering if that was necessary on the SN95 bodies as well..
yes, you still need to notch the frame on the sn95. the a/c compressor gets relocated and some new brake lines need to be installed (the abs unit is slightly relocated).
on my stock engine with exhaust and 9psi got 400hp/466tq at the wheels.

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