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Sorta depends on what it is you're trying to accomplish. Street, drag, road race, etc. A turbo will always be more efficient, since it doesn't rob power from the engine to produce boost. A supercharger is easier to install and maintain. But if you're talking strictly bang for the buck, it's really hard to beat nitrous!
 

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Vortech makes a nice kit for the Mach! A lot of the time doing a Turbo requires fabricating lots of piping and specialty parts, so I agree a supercharger is easier to install!
 

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it really depends on what type of power you are looking for. do a quick search on superchargers vs turbos and you can find quite the plethora of positives and negatives regarding both.
 

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the baddest ass are a few twin turbos that i heard of in california.
Hell Yes, my friend Joe's Stang Shop houses one of the Sickest in the Country, a Tubbed, Caged Gunmetal Silver 05GT with Twin Velocity Turbos flush mounted in the center light housings, he needs to use 2 fuel injectors per cylinder, a 160lb & 80lb, estimated HP?? 2400!! He pegged the Dynojet at 1500, haha!!
I'd attach a pic but I don't have permission!
 
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