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Incon Twin Turbo Kit

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Just wonderin about the Incon Tiwn TAurbo Kit. Is it still available? or did that company go out of business. Anyone who knows any information about this would be greatly appreciated as im looking for a kit for me 87 LX. And if anyone knows of someone selling one, please let me know.

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Incon did go out of business, best bet on getting one is to find someone who is selling one.


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I saw one for sale recently in the poweradders section of the corral classifieds. They are really nicely engineered. Yes, the company did shut down. The turbos are nice and tight in to the block. It is about as close as you can come to what a "stock 5.0 twin turbo from ford" might look like.
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They are nice kits to a point, really just depends on how much power someone wants to make if they are a good fit for someone. Since this is for an 87, if you have not converted the car to mass air then you will need to with the Incon kit.

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I just got my incon kit running. At 12 psi it makes just over 500 hp/tq to the wheels thru an AOD on a dynojet. Crazy in town with the ET streets.
I wonder how many hours of r&d it took to design the kit?
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It is basically an upgrade to the old DDMI kit. I'd imagine not near as much R&D time is in the Incon kit vs the DDMI

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They were originally a spearco kit,then ddmi and then incon.I really like mine except for getting to the plugs.

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The spearco deal was one and the same as DDMI, some sort of teamed up deal from what I recall. I still have some old Turbo Magazines from back then that explain a bit about the company. Now that is OLD, back when Turbo Magazine had a magazine car that was actually a domestic vehicle.

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Now that is OLD, back when Turbo Magazine had a magazine car that was actually a domestic vehicle.
lol. i remember those days.

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The spearco deal was one and the same as DDMI, some sort of teamed up deal from what I recall. I still have some old Turbo Magazines from back then that explain a bit about the company. Now that is OLD, back when Turbo Magazine had a magazine car that was actually a domestic vehicle.
Yeah I actually subscribed back then!! They had a project ddmi mustang and that was when the mustang-grand national wars were heavy.I still have quite a few of those drag races taped.
Here is an old ad of theirs:

Well I guess I can't.There is no place to post attachments and at the bottom its says I can do everything BUT post attachments.I wonder what thats about????


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They want you to use the photopost feature of the site for images now instead of doing attachments. If you want, email the images to me and I will get them up in this thread. Email address is [email protected]

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Back in the day 375-450 was the S#*T. My how technology moves on.

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TDC kit

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My Incon kit will be fore sale in a month or two.

Best kit ever IMHO. To this day, no kit uses better turbos, or a better intercooler. Not to mention the flawless performance of the MAF pipe...

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I always wonder how they'd fit onto a 94/95 car... probably wouldn't take too much work since the turbos are so tight onto the block. Every time I see them on ebay or here they go for hella money though. IMO if you can weld just build a DIY kit from a truck turbo and an evilbay intercooler.

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They fit on the 94/95 cars with the front dress off the Fox cars and a modification of the abs brake lines.

When I saw all of the incon parts in a box next to the car I thought no way is all of that stuff fitting on a mustang. Once installed it looks like it grew there.
I had it out at a local track and not one person knew what they were looking at. One guy was wondering where the nitrous was??? I had to point out the turbos.
They are a cool kit but plug change and burnt plug wires suck.
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They are a cool kit but plug change and burnt plug wires suck.

This is true,lol

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They fit on the 94/95 cars with the front dress off the Fox cars and a modification of the abs brake lines.

When I saw all of the incon parts in a box next to the car I thought no way is all of that stuff fitting on a mustang. Once installed it looks like it grew there.
I had it out at a local track and not one person knew what they were looking at. One guy was wondering where the nitrous was??? I had to point out the turbos.
They are a cool kit but plug change and burnt plug wires suck.
Not sure what you mean by front dress... maybe I'm just slow. Not that it really matters since I'm gonna build my own.

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If I remember correctly the timing cover is different on an SN95 as is the water pump. I think he means going to the pre 94-95 timing cover and accesories.

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If I remember correctly the timing cover is different on an SN95 as is the water pump. I think he means going to the pre 94-95 timing cover and accesories.
Ah gotcha. Yeah that wouldn't be too big of a deal.

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They were originally a spearco kit,then ddmi and then incon.I really like mine except for getting to the plugs.

NO kidding, some engineer needs to be strung up by his BALLS for that deal...I mean for crying out loud they coulda angled them out just another 1/4 inch for cripes sake...took me about 1 1/2 to do a freakin plug change...

other than that and getting to the header bolts..(entirely other rant) the kit is AWESOME

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Back in the day 375-450 was the S#*T. My how technology moves on.
I remember when 8500 for a turbo kit was alot of money...
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with 25k miles on my kit, i never burnt a plug wire.
7 out of 8 plugs weren't that bad to do. the #3 plug was the devil. i never did find the 'trick' for that one.

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with 25k miles on my kit, i never burnt a plug wire.
7 out of 8 plugs weren't that bad to do. the #3 plug was the devil. i never did find the 'trick' for that one.
for that one I took the wastegate actuator rod loose, and then used the snap-on socket with a swivel on it...no problems there...to me the worst one was #6....had to cut down a el cheapo plug socket that has the "head" on top that you can put a wrench on....cut part of the bottom off of it and that seemed to do the trick..

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I remember when 8500 for a turbo kit was alot of money...

It still is

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It still is

Yeah considering a Ponydown kit is $3,000 for everything and the quality is top notch.

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Comparing Ponydown to Incon/DDMI is like comparing apples to oranges and I mean just in regards to the product. Although DDMI did come with a much cheaper turbo than the Incon but that is only if you do not factor in the timeline differences and what was available at different costs and what could fit.

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I worked with George Spears on the electronics. Must have been 1990. He wanted to use a single mass air meter, but run half the air through it. The curve is non linear, so I built a converter with a uP and a lookup table to output the total flow.

George also installed one of our knock controllers on the prototype.

I went to SEMA with George that year, and met DDMI's David Inall, where he told me they were going to develop their own electronics.

I heard they retarded the timing 4° for the production version and called it good. Don't know what they did with the mass air system.
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Friend of mine has what I guess is George's old car, it belonged to the owner of Spearco back then, a red GT with the DDMI kit on it. I do not recall it having anything all that fancy in regards to the meter when he got it. I know he was talking of going to a bullet pro-m a couple years ago. Next time I talk to him I will have to ask him about all that since now I am curious. Pretty certain it had no custom chips or anything in it.

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I put the mass air electronics into one of George's water injection cases. I think DDMI pulled everything when they got the car.
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What were his water injection cases?

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George made a water injection system called the Injectronic. The housings measured about 4" x 3" x 2", or something like that. It had two pressure switches to stage the flow, plus it varied with RPM.

I used to make one called the Injectamatic:
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I quit making the water injection in '91, when I came out with individual cylinder knock control.

The knock controller I put on George's car didn't retard individual cylinders.

George later asked if I would make a knock sensor based water injector, but I thought it was a hoakey idea.
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Just wondering how mant DDMI/Incon cars are running on this site?
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