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Epic Build Thread: CPr Single Turbo + MMR Pro Mod 1500 block with extras!!

Discussion in 'Power-Adders' started by notchy444, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. TexasStang4585

    TexasStang4585 Snake eater Established Member

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    Yeah that's why I wanted to go turbo from the get go.....the ability to change boost on the fly and boost by gear but I could get away from the Paxton's bang for the buck.
     
  2. numbnutz

    numbnutz New Member Established Member

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    I got to be honest, went for a ride in a friends 03' AWD Turbo Evo yesterday putting down 750 to the wheels and the power delivery was insane!

    That shit gave me a boner! :burnout:
     
  3. SILV03MustangGT

    SILV03MustangGT Han Brolo CDR 5.Broliance Established Member

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    I think once I get out there I may start drooling on turbo setups. ive been meaning to ask how is the E85 availability out there? I am wanting to DD on it since the weather is a lot nicer out there but searching the net I only found one station in el cajon.
     
  4. Deespeed99

    Deespeed99 Member Established Member

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    Guess its a good thing im a single guy then huh? :rollseyes

    Sure am. Thanks though for checking.
     
  5. stretchb

    stretchb Active Member Established Member

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    so u have gotten it off a dyno and on to a track ?
     
  6. SILV03MustangGT

    SILV03MustangGT Han Brolo CDR 5.Broliance Established Member

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    lol we only race dynos down in this forum!
     
  7. notchy444

    notchy444 New Member Established Member

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    there is 3 stations within San Diego county. I go to the one off el cajon blvd call person ford. Its cheap and they always have new tanks coming in. once this build is done and if ur in SD ill take u out for a ride in this beast. All it takes is one test drive in a turbo car to change your mind hahaha
     
  8. dannyf

    dannyf New Member Established Member

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    where can i get some info on the CPR turbo kits?
     
  9. Jedisalami

    Jedisalami Member Established Member

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    how many turbo stick shift cars have you owned? How many supercharged? THeyre ****ing boring to drive and never run a good ET compared to the HP they make compared to an auto. Nitrous and supercharger is different
     
  10. notchy444

    notchy444 New Member Established Member

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    notchy444 New Member Established Member

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    I have owned both a super charged (Paxton coyote) And a turbo charged (480hp to the wheels Turbo SRT4 Neon) and all I can say is the turbo blew the pants off the supercharged car. Both are sticks. Yeah if your comparing a auto coyote to a stick coyote an auto will win 1/4 races but in no way is a stick shift car boring with a turbo...
     
  12. notchy444

    notchy444 New Member Established Member

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    Also the test drive I took in the CPR car was a stick shift, Thats what really made me switch :D
     
  13. manolith

    manolith I Wanna go fast. Established Member

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    if you want to keep boost between shifts all you need is an n2mb wot box. i have it on my car and the bov does not make a sound between shifts.
     
  14. Benchracer

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    I have owned 4(going to be 5) stick cars with a turbo. Its all how you build it.
    98% of these cars are stick cars.
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  15. JP0814GT

    JP0814GT New Member Established Member

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    I'm auto and i like it on the 1/4 but on the street a stick can be a lot of fun more so than auto.. Other than big city traffic jams.. We have stick racing classes here and some of the drivers can beat the autos but they literally have to get a ton of passes behind there belt they rent the track and just bang them all day till they get it nailed a buddy of mine nick runs bad ass fox in the 5's 1/8 th with a manual 5 speed hez the local 5 speed king at the moment. Can't count how many parts he breaks though but he is a partner in a performance shop so not to much trouble for him to be fixing things.
     
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  16. Eric@jpc

    [email protected] New Member Established Member

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    For the record stick turbo cars are a ton of fun to drive on the street, racing them can be a pain in the ass but for some people thats where the fun is.

    Personally i enjoy going to the track to figure out stuff (make a new combo work) Others just like to go and hit the "go" pedal and run a number and go home. Im more of the guy thats at the track every friday night in the summer taking notes.

    if you want to keep boost between shifts you dont need anything other then keeping you foot on the floor
     
  17. blackbeast12

    blackbeast12 Dr. Frankenstang Established Member

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    I'm hoping to have 1 of the 1st turbo automatic 2015 mustang gt's, but 1st i gotta get the car...lol
     
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    WOT box and you just keep the pedal to the floor and never come out of boost, pretty easy.

    Turbo stick car is fun on the street, my buddy de-tuned his built auto supra and went with a stick just to enjoy the car, granted it still made a 4 digit number, as not much more detuning to do lol
     
  19. Deespeed99

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    A wot box will never make a manual compareable to the auto. Im speaking from personal experience. You still have a dip/drop between shifts.
     
  20. manolith

    manolith I Wanna go fast. Established Member

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    What dip drop are you speaking off? I have my wot box set at 100ms right now and I would put it against any auto. it is at 100ms because that is the quickest I can move my hand from gear to gear. You could go even lower if you want.. The only avantage an auto has is in the launch At a drag strip... After that with traction being equal the stick car should run the same as the quickest auto if not faster.
     

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