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Need a price list for a junkyard TT build.

Can you guys give me a run down of what the parts would be and the approximate prices? I am thinking of a junkyard TT build of a fox in a year or so. Just curious as to what is invovled. Any help would be great! Thanks
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there is no such price list, everyone can get some deals better than others...

good luck hunting for what you need....

expect for pay around $300 for a fabbed up intercooler... this is the most expensive part of the project...

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Thanks. I guess I was looking moreso for a parts list than a price list. Thanks anyway, I found one later after posting on the corral. Thanks!
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Heres a list off the top of my head.
-A pair of shorty headers, unequal length (BBK, MAC, JBA ect.,ect,)
-a pair of T3 exhaust flanges (if your using T3's)
-2 T3 turbos (preferabilly .60/.63's)
-I used -3an line for the oil feed, you can use brake line if you want
-2 bungs to either weld or drill & tap into your oil pan (1/2")
-Some hydrolic hose for oil drain's, make sure you run them vertical, without any bends.
-I don't run an Intercooler or a BOV, so you really don't NEED one, but if you can afford them they are nice!
-Boost gage, Boost sensitive FPR (Kirban)
-Misc. piping, hose clamps, scilicone sleves

I can send you some pics of my set-up if you want, hope this helps...


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Cool

Jeremy, i would like the pics of your set up. Email to [email protected] Thanks dude!
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jeremy can you pleasesend some pics to me at [email protected] thanks
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i wouldnt mind some pics either jeremy. thanks!
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jeremy could i get pics of that also thanks,,[email protected]
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Jeremy, could you not run LTs with turbos?

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I was wondering if they would fit if you turned them around too, mike. And in case youwere wondering, it would not be for the stang I have now, I am still planning on selling it. I just know I will end up with another one sooner or later.

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Jeremy, can you please send me picsof your setup!([email protected])

Too whoever was asking....I dont think you can run LT's with a twin turbo setup cuz they are too big....you need to use shorty headers cuz you are mounting the upside-down and backwards so the collectors are facing the front of the car so you can run piping from there to the turbo to make power.....the long tubes would be WAY too big if you flip them upside-down for this procedure.....just trying to help!

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I doubt longtubes would work, there would be no place to put the turbos since they have to be above the oil pan unless you run an oil pump to pump the oil back into the pan.


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Send me some pics too, please.
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Hey Fork clear out you mailbox it's full. I'll PM you later...



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this is what you need and what it cost me

(2) garrett t-3 .63/.60 turbo's $400 with shipping
(2) shorty headers Freebee casue i used stock
(2) t-3 exhaust flanges $50 from Kooks
(1) power stroke intercooler $200 on ebay
42# fuel injectors $300 used
Prom Univer MAF $350
Misc. Exhaust tubing for downpipes and headers $150
intercooler tubing $100...i used PVC till i can get a pipe bender
oil line and flanges $100

Power and sound from the turbo's...PRICELESS

BTW all these prices are apporx. what i paid...pretty close though
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If you don't mind send me photo's also. Email address is [email protected]
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i doubt you guys will be able to fit a/c and smog pump (depending on kit), so you have to figure in both of these delete part costs too
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Jeremy, could you not run LTs with turbos?
I seriously, seriously, seriously doubt that would work with any set of longtubes on any engine.

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if you do'nt mind i'd like some pics at [email protected] i'm looking at a turbo junkyard this fall on one i have just getting some ideas together for it.

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i would really like some pics too please !!! been pricing new kits and would like to try my own !!email [email protected] thank you!!

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Here you guys go, Not the best pics but you get the idea










This is the car that was in last months 5.0 mag. (reman monster)

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If you dont mind me asking....how well does that car run? Could it be driven on the street with minimual problems? What kind of times does it turn at the track?

Thanks for your time and effort!

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Car ran great with the twin set-up.... Quiet as stock, decent gas mileage, didnt even know it had turbos untill you mashed the gas pedal. I could cruise around all day and stay out of the boost and it would be as docile as a stocker, but what fun would that be!!! The best it ran was 10.92 @123 on Drag Radials with 14psi of boost (non-intercooled) BTW I drove it daily, seroiusly...



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nice setup.

i jotted down the list you gave but a couple questions where do the oil drains drain from and does it have anything to do with the oil feed.

again verynice and nice times.
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please correct me if im wrong but i think you tap into ware the oil pressure sender is into 3 one for each turbo and 1 for the sending unit then the bungs in the oil pan are for the return lines from the turbo back to the oil pan..

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I dilled and tapped into the oil pan (per Vortech's web site) I just drilled that long Hex thing the oil sender screws into. Then I "T" running an oil line to each turbo. Each turbo has a oil feed and oil drain. The oil feed is on the top and the oil drain is on the bottom (gravity drain) of the center scetion





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If your looking I have a set of twin turbo header w/ T3 flanges.
bolt on and keep all your ACC. intact.
$400.00 shipped
email me at [email protected]
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I have a question for Jeremy, I was wondering what the compressor tubing looks like on the passenger side of the engine? I am trying to get an idea of how the two pipes combine before the MAS and all that stuff.
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I just used a 3" pipe running up the nose and a piece of radiator hose connecting the compressor side to the 3" pipe kinda like a T or Y... Hard to describe.. BTW Radiator hose is good to 20psi


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I'll see if I can dig up a pic...



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Re: Need a price list for a junkyard TT build.

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Can you guys give me a run down of what the parts would be and the approximate prices? I am thinking of a junkyard TT build of a fox in a year or so. Just curious as to what is invovled. Any help would be great! Thanks
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Hey Nigel,

I'm building a "do it yourself" twin turbo kit for my Mustang.

I'm in Greenville, SC, are you nearby? If so, I'll gladly help you out

I'm "needaturbo" on www.turbomustangs.com

My T3s should be arriving tomorrow most likely

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I dilled and tapped into the oil pan (per Vortech's web site) I just drilled that long Hex thing the oil sender screws into. Then I "T" running an oil line to each turbo. Each turbo has a oil feed and oil drain. The oil feed is on the top and the oil drain is on the bottom (gravity drain) of the center scetion





Jeremy
so you have 2Ts one for oil and one for drains?

also would like to see how the piping done on the bottom of car.

do you run an hpipe or straite pipes with no mufflers?

thanks dude!!
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I just ran 1 "T" for the feed's and a separate drain for each turbo. I had 2 bungs tapped into the pan, 1 on each side. I no longer have the kit but I'll see what pics I can find. I also just ran an off road H-pipe mounted in the stock location.

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this is what you need and what it cost me

(2) garrett t-3 .63/.60 turbo's $400 with shipping
(2) shorty headers Freebee casue i used stock
(2) t-3 exhaust flanges $50 from Kooks
(1) power stroke intercooler $200 on ebay
42# fuel injectors $300 used
Prom Univer MAF $350
Misc. Exhaust tubing for downpipes and headers $150
intercooler tubing $100...i used PVC till i can get a pipe bender
oil line and flanges $100

Power and sound from the turbo's...PRICELESS

BTW all these prices are apporx. what i paid...pretty close though
where did you get those turbos for $400?
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I bought two T3s from a guy on Turbomustangs.com for $350 shipped

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