Try the fast fours forums. www.Fastfours.com.au then follow the links in the margin. Im sure you would get a quick response from them if you post.
Im not sure if that many people here are turbo minded.
Hey dude... i had the exact same car... was nice untill it was stolen. Whats wrong with the standard turbo? Is it rooted?
EB1 3.9L MPI Falcon Wagon with converted T5 / Pacemaker & 2.5" Redback sports exhaust / 2" lowered blocks at the rear, Kings lows up front / ED Tickford Head and Cam / K&N panel filter with XH intake Snorkel / Full EL Fairmont interior with woodgrain
89 EA1 3.9L TBI Falcon Sedan with 3 speed auto / currently being upgraded...
mate its not that easy. the motors are different, you would need a whole new exhaust, different computer, way to much trouble, best bet it to sell it and buy a turbo model. especially because insurance will not cover you and it will no longer be legally registered, because its not a factory turbo.
i just bought a TX5, and i wanna do it up and spend heaps of money on it, slap a turbo on it, lower it, nice rims, respray, wogjob sunroof, is gonna be sweet as.
I know it will cost 10 times the value of my car to do all this, but i dont care.
do you guys have a cruise coming up? it would be graet to catch up will all of my new mates on the Ford Forums.
Buy a complete turbo engine from Jap importers or better still buy a front cut which will include ecu,dash front suspension and brakes...You'll possibly get whole package for less than aftrmarket ecu and tuned...It will bolt straight in...
Don't be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the Ark...Professionals built the Titanic!
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