Speed kills

Discussion in '2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech' started by josedom18, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. josedom18 New Member

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    I have a 2014 mustang v6 stock. I want to make it fast. I want to know your guys opinion on what’s better... a procharger, a supercharger, or turbo. Keep in mind this most likely will be my daily driver I want something reliable and fast. I’m curious on your opinions.
     
  2. David Young 5th Mustang

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    If ProCharger's (supercharger) were being sold when I first got my 2011 Mustang, I would have bought one of them plus an aluminum driveshaft and nothing else. Well maybe rear gears and axle back mufflers. I would have 'not' bought long tube headers and the catted x pipe and the cold air intake.
     
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    Get a tune and rear differential gears 3.73's
     
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    Have you tune it?
     
  5. Dubau2 New Member

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    I'm actually looking at using the Volvo v70r 3k k24 turbo on my mustang in the future as a twin setup. Not quite sure how it would work but the price compared to other twin turbo setups seem promising. of course tuning it would be the most costly part but since the wastegate and diverter valve are included on the turbo it offers a great value imho. It would make running the plumbing easier I would think but it would be a fully custom setup.