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I was doing google search on different sites for V6 Mustangs and I came across the turbonator gains of 35hp for only $44.95
Is this true? has anyone ever used it? it seems bogus.
 

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Greekstang said:
I was doing google search on different sites for V6 Mustangs and I came across the turbonator gains of 35hp for only $44.95
Is this true? has anyone ever used it? it seems bogus.
bogus.

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Ill say it, "That myth is busted!" It "spins" the air in a cyclonic shape, like a tornado. Thats fine and dandy, but when cars have Individual runners for a upper manifold....that doesnt do anything. I bet that guy is making a fortune selling to the non mechanically inclined folks.
 

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Greekstang said:
I was doing google search on different sites for V6 Mustangs and I came across the turbonator gains of 35hp for only $44.95
Is this true? has anyone ever used it? it seems bogus.
I believe those things only work when you put the pedal to the floor, too.

My friend is obsessed with buying one for like 200 bux for his escort zx2 (the car I sold to him haha) Would you believe this kid regularly gets less than 200 miles per tank with my old zx2? When I had the car I usually got 275+ per tank. Talk about a heavy foot....maybe the turbonator wouldn't be so bad for him :evillol:
 

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I believe those things only work when you put the pedal to the floor, too.

My friend is obsessed with buying one for like 200 bux for his escort zx2 (the car I sold to him haha) Would you believe this kid regularly gets less than 200 miles per tank with my old zx2? When I had the car I usually got 275+ per tank. Talk about a heavy foot....maybe the turbonator wouldn't be so bad for him :evillol:
They don't work at all.

They give you better gas mileage when you nail the throttle, because they restrict airflow.
 
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