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Hi everyone, I have a 2003 svt cobra with a lysholme supercharger, last dyno was 735 rwhp. (5.0 mustang & superford magazine july 2011 issue, pg. 98), but want to bring it up to 900+ rwhp, any ideas?, i want to stay away from nitros, was thinking to add (without removing my lysholm) a turbo but just one, not like the hellion twin turbo, already spent around 8k, please help, thanks.:bigthumbsup
 

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you already had the right idea - turbocharge
 

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the only turbo kit ive seen that pushes through the blower is the hellion twin, havent seen a single but havent really looked either.
 

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03silverdragon: Pretty sure I've seen your car on the streets in AZ. Also remember seeing it at the pavilions. Nice car.

But I haven't seen any turbo+SC combination besides the hellion kit either. You actually might have better luck on svtperformance. After all it's made for cobras specifically.
 

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checked around and the only single turbo kit ive seen ditches the blower for an 01' cobra lower/upper intake..get the hellion twin and start pushin over 1k at the wheels and keep ur blower..lol goodluck
 

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i dont see why you would need the hellion kit for it. just rig up the turbo like you would if you didnt have the blower and feed it through the piping and have it all connect. then tune it. Basically you will have the low end boost with the top end turbo power. there we be NO lag what so evver so to speak. After the turbo hits boost and starts feeding more air then the supercharger can handle the supercharger just becomes an intake manifold in theory. a compound boost setup is great. Get a big turbo since you want big power.
 

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i dont see why you would need the hellion kit for it. just rig up the turbo like you would if you didnt have the blower and feed it through the piping and have it all connect. then tune it. Basically you will have the low end boost with the top end turbo power. there we be NO lag what so evver so to speak. After the turbo hits boost and starts feeding more air then the supercharger can handle the supercharger just becomes an intake manifold in theory. a compound boost setup is great. Get a big turbo since you want big power.
I will sure look into that, there is a shop in town who might be able to do it. thanks.
 

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yeah, i usually go pavilions every saturday, (except during moonson), but i will be there for mustang week on the 30th.
Mustang week?? Please do tell! I'd like to be there. Yah the monsoons are acting up a lot now.
 

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Mustang week?? Please do tell! I'd like to be there. Yah the monsoons are acting up a lot now.
Last saturday of the month at pavilions we got reserved area just for mustangs, a few guys and myself are getting together so we can cruise to pavilions, let me know if you wanna go so i can give you more details.:winks
 

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Last saturday of the month at pavilions we got reserved area just for mustangs, a few guys and myself are getting together so we can cruise to pavilions, let me know if you wanna go so i can give you more details.:winks
Yah I'm definitely going. I'll be in a crystal white 97 Cobra. A few friends of mine are coming; a 95 5.0, 2002 GT and a 97GT. Not sure if I messaged you back on the PM, I think I did but I can't remember for sure.

But we're going to meet up and than drive there. Definitely would like to see your termi again.
 

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Do a compound Boost combo!:bigthumbsup
 
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