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Old 05-17-2011, 04:58 PM
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Does anyone have any experience with them? http://www.tmaturbo.com/

I have a stock 99 v6 and I really am looking into putting some more power down. Im looking at the single street kit right now and am curious to what you guys think. It wont be for awhile but I really want to start saving for a serious power adder. I already have a SCT tuner, just havent got any tunes. And obviously would upgrade my fuel setup. How safe it to run this set up and for how long?
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It depends on the boost and how much wear is on the motor stock. On low boost the motor could last forever...or it could blow up on the dyno.

Many v6 guys have bought TMA kits in the past, however, I thought he quit building these kits to pursue something else, idk, he may have started back up.
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Does anyone have any experience with them? http://www.tmaturbo.com/

I have a stock 99 v6 and I really am looking into putting some more power down. Im looking at the single street kit right now and am curious to what you guys think. It wont be for awhile but I really want to start saving for a serious power adder. I already have a SCT tuner, just havent got any tunes. And obviously would upgrade my fuel setup. How safe it to run this set up and for how long?
They are the only way to go unless you can fab your own kit. Some of the biggest hp V6 cars are running Andy's kits. J is making over 600hp with a his twin kit.

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It depends on the boost and how much wear is on the motor stock. On low boost the motor could last forever...or it could blow up on the dyno.

Many v6 guys have bought TMA kits in the past, however, I thought he quit building these kits to pursue something else, idk, he may have started back up.
He just recently started building them again. He was out of the game for a while.
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Old 05-18-2011, 07:02 AM
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What kind of numbers can I expect from the single street kit, with fuel upgrades and a good tune..?
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you can make anywere from 300-350rwhp & 340-370rwtq on like 10-12 psi



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They are the only way to go unless you can fab your own kit. Some of the biggest hp V6 cars are running Andy's kits. J is making over 600hp with a his twin kit.


He just recently started building them again. He was out of the game for a while.
yup, he just built one for some guy over on v6power.net
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you can make anywere from 300-350rwhp & 340-370rwtq on like 10-12 psi





yup, he just built one for some guy over on v6power.net
That's with just a stock motor and fuel upgrades right?
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ya, should be around there

the 99-04 internals can handle alot more power but wont last that long if you were wanting more hp/tq
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He does awesome work. I'd recommend him to anyone who wants to turbo a V6. I didn't realize he started making them again, though.
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