Hey guys parting out my ecoboost
I’m selling everything listed below:
Vargas Stage 2 turbo w/turbosmart wastegate - $1600 (obo) Sold!!
(One exhaust stud missing can be transferred from stock turbo)
Purchased Feb 2017 still under warranty
Map street intercooler- $400 sold!
ATP Catless 3”...
If you already changed plugs next step is checking fuel delivery, either too much or too little. I know with Cobb you can monitor fuel injector load and fuel pump stuff through datalogs. Maybe your tuner can give you an idea before you start replacing parts.
Oouuu that spicy thread from way back haha
I believe it got locked cause everyone was being so nice to each other.
Here's a link for the lazy http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80015&highlight=Adam+telling
Maybe you're right Brian it may just be a scam. I just installed a catch can a month ago, during the install I was removing the intake and noticed the fins on the turbo were covered in oil. :/ I disconnected my hot side intercooler piping and oil started leaking from the piping onto the floor...
I put SP-083's all around and yes the car felt crazy stiff but the body still had some roll. My PP Eco is a little lighter than your GT so you should be able to feel more of that "anti-roll goodness" once you go that route.
very cool man, JE makes stainless steel gaskets for our engines as well.
Ya I got new apartment lol jk But ya tuning is done and I just need to get an appointment with the guys at Performance HQ here in San Antonio. I'll post my results of course and take a video cause everybody likes those. Sorry for the wait.
That looks cool but the kit it doesnt mention anything about any fuel upgrades, which I thought were the limiting factor in going past 400whp.
Vargas stage 2 TS is good for 550hp as well and just drops in versus having to pay extra for a cool looking exhaust manifold. Even with proper...
Completely agree but thats assuming everybody drives and maintains their cars how they're suppose to. One of the guys on here, who had a tuned eco was still running on the stock motorcraft oil :shrug:
Just saying some maintenance practices for tuned ecos probably needs to be stated clearly so...
Good to know I was gonna stick with 5,000 intervals until I read this. I'm using dominator 15w50 since I occasionally drive pretty spirited.
But I'm starting to think it's a little too overkill, since I remember you mentioning you guys always used amsoil signature 0-40 in most of your setups...