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post #1 of 41 Old 10-15-2007, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have HP turbo kit with video?

Loooking at gettin the HP Stage 1 kit for my stock 92LX. Does anyone have any video footage, would like to hear if the spool up is loud? I want a loud kit, love the sound!!!

What do you Turbo guys think of the HP kit?

Are their better cheaper kits?


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Here's a couple videos, tiny pic has been screwing up for me so I hope they work.
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the kit that has the wastegate rerouted into the exhaust will allow you to hear the turbo spool. thats the kit you would want.

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That sounds so sweet! Anyone know how the Quicktime kit compares?

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What a difference a few days make! I spent the last few days reading about the Quicktime kits! I'm excited they offer such a quality kit for $3k. And only a few days ago I'd never heard of them. HP im sure is a good kit but how can you justify spending $2k more?

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Jtumanotor.... its always nice when you find that diamond in the rough like Quicktime. High quality, low cost supplier who stands behind their product (from what I have read, no personal experience here).
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Im running the Quicktime kit on my 88 hatch and could not be happier with it. The turbo sounds great, but i am running an open air wastegate so u cant hear the turbo once it opens up.
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I will be buying the Quicktime kit in the near future, have not found any bad comments made about their kit. cant wait!

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I had a HP kit

http://www.turbochargedpower.com/McC...;2089%20LX.htm

Not knocking it, but I will have a Quicktime on my next set up. HP kit was ok, car was strong, but like others say for $2K less you can have a nice Quicktime setup.

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Heres the vid:
http://media.putfile.com/dyno-longrun-june

Heres pics:
http://www.turbochargedpower.com/Rush%2093%20GT.htm

Excellent kit. I only paid a little over $4k for mine and its the stage II. I bought it at WFC and they were having a race special. SOLD!

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Heres the vid:
http://media.putfile.com/dyno-longrun-june

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http://www.turbochargedpower.com/Rush%2093%20GT.htm

Excellent kit. I only paid a little over $4k for mine and its the stage II. I bought it at WFC and they were having a race special. SOLD!

James at RWTD did the tuning in Mobile, I live in Pensacola.
Hey you stole my car!

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Hey you stole my car!
LOL!! There is a guy who posts on here sometimes with a silver hatch. He's from east FL somewhere.

This is the first and only new car I have ever bought. Its a 93' and had 11 miles on it when I inked a deal at Drew Ford in San Diego Ca.
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I don't have a video but my HP kit is pretty loud. I have scared other drivers with it before. My wife and I had to get used to the sound when we first put it on. It also freaked out one of the places we dynoed, everytime it would spool he would get out of it and I asked him what he was doing and he said ,man I gotta get used to the sound of this it's freaking me out.

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I love my HP Stg II kit... great quality and performance!

I've gone 10.06 @ 138.6 mph with the T66 @ 17psi, 347 and TH400 trans on ET Streets.

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See these threads for pics an videos of mine:

http://chicagolandmustang.com/forums...ad.php?t=21335

https://corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=861928

https://corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=838784

Last weekend my passenger side header cracked and my Jet Hot coating continues to flake off. HP Performance has the worst customer service on the planet. I had to threaten to call the Better Business Bureau just to get my kit 6 months after I ordered it.

Not impressed with the quality or design of the kit. I've spent well over 100 hrs after installing my turbo kit fixing the problems that are a result of installing it (frame rail interference, stuff melting, etc.)

HP Performance makes me never want to run a turbo ever again.

However, because of the power I make with a turbo, I would totally do it again, just with a different kit like Quicktime or B&G.

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Dam bikewiz you have had some bad luck with HP. I feel bad because I am one of the people that told you I like there kit and that you should go with one. I have had mine for 3 plus years now and have not had one problem with it.

Good luck with it, hope things turn around for you.

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Blackfive0 I wonder if because our kits are older that is why we haven't had any problems? Ive had mine on the car for 4 years. I'm gonna have alot of people upset with me cause I have spoke to alot of folks about the HP kit, shoot with all the press I have given them they ought to give me a free kit. The only thing I wonder about with other companies is will their kit make the #'s the HP kit makes, I think it all comes down to the hybrid thing. Gotta admit the HP seems to really put out the power.

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Trbofox you could be right. The older kits could be better then the new ones.

HP should at least give you an upgraded turbo so you can put down some more power you should be close to maxed out, mine stoped at 545HP.

By the way that is one sweet ride.

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hey guys, here's a video of mine from this past weekend, sorry the quality sucks, that's how internet land works, if you want to watch it now, it's gotta be blurry. This is my stage 1 hp kit. 7psi on 13* timing... on the last run however i decided to give my broken boost controller one last chance to work right... lol it as you can see chose to give me the shaft. i'm not sure what my boost spiked to on that run, but damn it felt great LOL.

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Trbofox you could be right. The older kits could be better then the new ones.

HP should at least give you an upgraded turbo so you can put down some more power you should be close to maxed out, mine stoped at 545HP.

By the way that is one sweet ride.
Thanks. How many lbs. of boost do you feel you were maxed out at? My numbers were made with my old head and intake combo of GT40 heads and Cobra intake, I believe with the Hogan and Trick-Flow set up it has gained more, just starting to feel some streetability issues. Gonna try one of these new PTI timing lock boxes. I need to get to the dyno and see where I'm at. Yea I think I'm gonna press HP on the issue, I noticed they were very quick to post the mag.. coverage on their website. I've talked to so many people that say, yea your car is why I went HP. When are you in full boost with the bigger turbo? I'm in early right now, I wouldn't want to sacrifice that.

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just starting to feel some streetability issues.
A bottle of extra strength Tylenol should be included when you buy the kit from HP.

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I'm happy to have that kind of issue cause it means I'm probably over 550rwhp and a real scarry torque #, and my issue is minor nothing that would prevent me from driving 5 or 6 hours to an event. It's to bad you did not have sucess with yours, but after 4 years and over 25K miles on the kit I'm not complaining. My piping still looks amazing




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[QUOTE=trbofox;7305907]Thanks. How many lbs. of boost do you feel you were maxed out at? My numbers were made with my old head and intake combo of GT40 heads and Cobra intake, I believe with the Hogan and Trick-Flow set up it has gained more, just starting to feel some streetability issues. Gonna try one of these new PTI timing lock boxes. I need to get to the dyno and see where I'm at. Yea I think I'm gonna press HP on the issue, I noticed they were very quick to post the mag.. coverage on their website. I've talked to so many people that say, yea your car is why I went HP. When are you in full boost with the bigger turbo? I'm in early right now, I wouldn't want to sacrifice that.


I was maxed out at about 14psi and that is on a 302 in my sig. Even that 14psi is kinda pushing because the car wanted to lean out a little not bad just high 11's a/r. Even the 60's could not stop it.

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that's weird... with my 42# injectors i was seeing way rich conditions all the time. i had to pull fuel out in every single table on my pms to get the wideband off 10.0

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Yes but if the turbo charger is maxed out then it will start to blow hot air into the motor.

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^^ yup

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I got my HP kit in '03 or '04 I can't remember. It took about a month to receive, the instructions sucked ass, I went through a few 5.0 motors getting things sorted out(my lack of turbo experience had a lot to do with this, there was to much that they expected you to know that I did not). But, I have had no durability or quality issues other than some discoloring of my ceramic coating.

Fast forward to this year. I am putting a 351 motor together and I ordered the 351 specific parts(cross over pipe and passenger manifold) to add to my 302 kit. They said it would take three weeks, it ended up taking five months. I am a big fan of their product, but I have to agree with what was said before about the customer service.

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I want to throw this out there just incase someone is interested. but my friend just got his HP stage 1 turbo kit after 4 months of waiting and he's looking to sell it. it's brand new. Pretty sure he's selling it for $3500.00 [email protected]

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smart guy! If I could go back in time, I would have sold mine and made my own from scratch.

Phil97SVT, is making an awsome build in his stang and really makes me want to do my own: https://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=908388

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I just ran a 9.81 @ 139.4 mph at Buick vs. Ford Shootout in Noble, OK this weekend with my HP Per Stg II T66 and stock untuned A9L w/ 42 lb injectors. HP's are wonderful kits!

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That's awesome. Think it has somthing to do with the hybrid?

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That's awesome. Think it has somthing to do with the hybrid?
I'm not sure, I don't know much about this turbo, to be honest. I'm sure it's on the verge of being maxed out, but I'd like to see how far into the 9's I can take it. I have a few more things I can fix and hopefully I'll be able to go for max boost and try to run some mid-9's at least before the season is over.

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Got my XPI timing lock installed today, took the car out for a test drive and so far awesome. Had a stumble @ around 2500 rpm.totally eliminated it. I'll have to relearn how to drive the car , blew the tires off going out the driveway accidentally,WOW. Best $150.00 I've ever spent, exactly what I was hoping for. You gotta try one, if your running with the timing locked out.

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How does it work exactly?

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It maintains factory timing until boost, then it locks it where ever you set it. I'm running 14 degrees initial and have the lock set @18 degrees. It is slick.

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