Progress Thread Turbo 67 Coupe Help

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  1. truces67

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    Im hopeing someone can help me with a link,contact or info.Been beatin my head tryin to get some answer.I have a 67 coupe,motor pretty nasty 302 ford raceing block,forged internals and etc w/ roush windsor heads 4speed comp plus tranny,380 locker ,but wanting to run single 73mm turbo set up on car.Does anyone build a kit?Does anyone do such customizations?I already have a blow through carb and turbo,basically need plumbing hot side/cold side or complete set up minus carb.Thanks for any help:bang:
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    i'd o take a peak over on he turbo forums. Those guys will stear you right. Not sure if there's much turbo actiity here in the classic secton. I don't know of anyone that makes an off the shelf kit, but its just piping....
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    Thanks for a direction,partner.
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    no prob. I'm turbo'd myself in my fox :D

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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    Thats sharp,I bet she moves along.I love natural,but nothin like the feel of boost when it decides to come alive.lol
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    ya, its ok for a v8 with a turbo ;)
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    Yeah,i bet it is.lol.Thanks man,gonna check out link.Ill get back atcha,let ya know what come up with.
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    add your location to your profile page, it will help us call up other locals that can help yuo out
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    The guy that built mine no longer does, so anything you find now will be custom and $$$$$$. And before somebody tells you, flipped shorties will not work.

    Also your going to want to change the gears, a 3.80 will not let it build boost in 1st gear and rev out too fast.im going to change to a 3.25 soon.
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    Hooker 88400 shorties will work on a 67 with an 8.5" deck. A welder and a saws all is about all you need. Building my headers was by far the hardest part. The rest is pretty easy even for a beginner. Where are you?
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    Appreciate the help guys,found a paxton novi set up for it.Building a low comp 393 might do turbo set up on.Thanks for gear info too.

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