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Old 03-11-2012, 04:01 PM
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Originally Posted by AA Ford Guy
If a turbo is possibly in the works, consider entering "Ak Miller" into your search engine as he did work on the inline 300 Ford with turbo's and created quite a bit of power with them. That man knew how to make power with just about anything he touched. He's one of the best that came down the road. Hope that may help in the future.
yes, I've found him in several searches I've done, but my idea of turbocharging the I6 is not making a hot racing engine, just an altitude compensating turbo, 4-5 psi of boost, will make it perform like if it was at sea level, we here are at 6.600 feet of altitude and turbos are great.

as for a true performance build I'm sure a lot of power can be obtained from this engine, but I would like to know if it's worth it, besides the cool factor I believe more power with less money could be made with a 351W.

anybody knows how much this engine weights? seems to me it's near same as a V8
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