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Performance engine parts for 3.7

Discussion in '2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech' started by rubberduckiller, Dec 12, 2018.

  1. rubberduckiller

    rubberduckiller New Member

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    Where would I need to search to find parts to modified the 3.7 engine of a 2014 mustang?
     
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    David Young 5th Mustang

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    ProCharger, Steeda, American Muscle and LMR (late model restoration) are the most common. We don't have many things to pick from, mostly bolt on parts like headers, driveshafts and gears :(. Some company is selling a 'stroker kit' that cost so much money I haven't read about 'anyone' buying it :(
     
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    Well dang, I seen those sites. I was hoping to find rods, crankshafts, camshafts, and much more in engine parts. I got everything else, just want to do everything at once
     
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    I find it odd that people buy the V6, then spend the money to upgrade
    the output when that money would have gotten them the 5.0 Coyote
    version of the car.

    You're gonna spend well over $5000 for a blower, when adding that to the
    purchase price of the car, you could have had a V8. $5488 for the 05-09 V6
    Superchargers, let alone the 3.7 V6; $5400 to $6000 for the P1SC1.

    The Ecoboost is much cheaper to add horsepower to, it already has a turbo.
    I had a VW with 1.8T, 170 HP, then put a boost module on it and got 205+
    with 93 Octane fuel, for $150. One would hope something similar comes out
    for the Ecoboost.

    Get yourself an intake and tuner, max it out naturally aspirated before
    committing to thousands of dollars for a bolt on. You would be much
    happier with the 5.0, for it's gonna cost you in the end... Plus, the V8s
    are where all the great mods are.
     
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    That message can be delivered with less salt.
     
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    Phil II Cone Destroyer Staff Member

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    Super Six Motorsports is a vendor who has stuff for 3.7 and 3.5 internals.

    Pretty sure aftermarket pistons, rods are not unobtainable.
     
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    It's all how you read it, so it's your state of mind. Not my fault if you
    were damaged...
     
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    rubberduckiller New Member

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    Thank you for your help, I am now just looking at the website. I just realized it only two hour from me.
     
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    I understand where you are coming from. When I bought my 2014 V6, I also purchase a 2014 GT as well. My V6 was just a daily driving car because once GT project, it was going 8 mile to a Gallon seems like. Four years pass and I love doing things different, like my first car I ever had 2003 ford focus Z5 2.0 engine, it is pushing over 700 hp. It about doing things Different and pushing the limits to see outcome of your work.