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post #1 of 3 Old 04-16-2005, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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Turbocharging a 351m

Hey i just recently stepped over from being a nitrous oxide guy.I began to look at these turbo systems and how cheap you can diy for.i have a 351m backed by a c6(motor and trans. all stock but not for long)going into a 84 hatchback.I actually thought about a holset turbo such as a hx-40 or -35.Then i saw a T3/T4 hybrid turbo i caught an interest in.Also,on ebay i found an exhaust manifold for a 351c that was used on a turboed vehicle set up for turbo on passenger side.It said it came out of an F-250.I do not currently have money for the maniflod but i will be in the hunt for one in about 2-3 months.Any help is appreciated guys.Thanks,Justin

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t3/t4 will be way small, and the 35 will be on the small side too. A 40 would work well. Why on earth would you want to do it to an M though?

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You could use an HX40 and be alright. If your M has those huge open chamber heads, it wont like the boost, though. They have zero quench and quench keeps detonation away.

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