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post #1 of 17 Old 09-13-2005, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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twin turbo headers...

i was wondering if anyone has come across a company that makes nice twin turbo headers. i'm really looking forwards to having a little turbo boost on the stang and purchasing a kit seems to have fallen through so i'm gonna try and build my own. i have a two into one front mount intercooler and will be using two IHI turbos at around 9psi (a little small but very fast spool up...)

i can't fabricate the headers or the down pipe though so i'd need to buy those...which company would you guys recomend i look at?


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These guys make nice stuff: B&G Custom Turbo Fabrications 740-686-2897 Specializes in custom made turbo headers and other turbo parts
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where are they located?

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i think new york......here is there newly started website http://bgturbokits.com/privacy.php?o...c617a65b812e99
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Doesn't Forced Fab also make something that fits that bill?

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Anouther vote for B&G I got a set Brian does awsome work.I believe they are in Ohio
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Forced Fab does, but i think they are having issue's again.....a friend of mine paid carson $900 buck's for the header's and tubing for a turbo set up that will hold a T60-1 turbo, and carson hasn't been back in touch with him since.......and i hate to jump the cart before the horse, but these vendor's should respond to email's and so forth....

I know right now, b&g has stuff in stock.........not sure what forced fab is doing right now.....

Anyways, doug of insanemustangs.com
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Well Carson does not work there any more and has not in sometime, that might be part of the problem with your friend. There was a posting on their website quite sometime ago about him no longer being with them.

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That would make sense....i think my friend mention'd that. Like i say, not bad mouthing, either one......just skeptical is all.....i know you have seen it too, when people loose out on there money......b&g hasn't done anyone wrong at this point, to my knowledge, and niether has forced fab themselves...

Maybe this guy here can get a quote from both......i know when carson took my friend's money, it was 900 buck's for all the piping, not including intercooler piping.
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check out poneydown.net this company makes some REAL HI QUALITY STUFF at a great price....also they are EXTREMELY informative, check them out..

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i think new york......here is there newly started website http://bgturbokits.com/privacy.php?o...c617a65b812e99

NOPE thay are in Belmont, Ohio... VERY nice work and great to deal with. Cant say enough good about them..

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check out poneydown.net this company makes some REAL HI QUALITY STUFF at a great price....also they are EXTREMELY informative, check them out..
i've been checking out the ponydown stuff and i'm liking it...plus they are right across the river from me so that's a bonus

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i've been checking out the ponydown stuff and i'm liking it...plus they are right across the river from me so that's a bonus
yeah, i got a cartech single turbo kit, it has a t 61 T-04 based turbo, but i think now i just might buy a www.poneydown.net stage II set up, so i can use 2 T04 turbos and get more power...plus the guy at Ponydown.net are really helpfull...
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Twin T3 kits can and are made that do not make you need to do these things that their site mentions. Personally I'd go with some other company.

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Twin T3 kits can and are made that do not make you need to do these things that their site mentions. Personally I'd go with some other company.
could list one to look into, i am pretty curious now that you mention that
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could list one to look into, i am pretty curious now that you mention that
Vecco, BG, and Forced Fab are all three whom I believe make twin T3 setups that do not require that.

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yeah, i got a cartech single turbo kit, it has a t 61 T-04 based turbo, but i think now i just might buy a www.poneydown.net stage II set up, so i can use 2 T04 turbos and get more power...plus the guy at Ponydown.net are really helpfull...
How fast are you looking to go on the factory block? T4s may be way too much, but for all I know you may have Dart 4 bolt main racing motor....

I'm gonna go with the stage 1 header/down pipe with IHI turbos and go shooting for mid 11s

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