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post #1 of 5 Old 05-19-2005, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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PICS- Custom 5.0 Race Kit by Stenod Racing....

I posted this at the turbo mustang site, so you may have already seen it. If not, here's my new turbo kit. I think it's going to run pretty good

The kit was designed and built by Stenod Racing. Although this is a STREET car, it's obviously kind of a race kit because I have no power steerting or A/C, and the cooler is in the dash. These guys can build anything though, so if you want a street kit, I'm sure they can hook you up.







The hot side is all stainless, except for the downpipe, which is ceramic coated. The cold side is all aluminum. I'm happy with my decision to get a custom kit...it fits perfect, there was no long wait, and no missing parts. Again, if you're in Michigan, I highly recommend these guys.

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dude thats going to be one ass haulin car and the look of the paint and the kit and that huge turbo omg thats just freakin awsome u get it done send me some pics at [email protected] and the work is flawless

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very clean i like it

88 mustang lx paxton sn89 supercharger gt40 heads tremec 3550 pro 5.0 shifter holleysystemmax intake off road h pipe msd btm ignition box with boost retard mac shorty headers dynomax mufflers
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awesome!....just a question, what are you going to do about the radiator outlet being blocked by the turbo?....
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Thanks guys! The top radiator hose will be a -16 or -20 braided line which will go to a new AN fitting which will be welded on the radiator tank just lower than the turbo. The existing radiator hose bung will be cut off and welded shut.
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