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Turbo I want to put a turbo out of a turbo coup onto my 91 mustang but i want to keep my motor what is the way i would to it so it would run right

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It all depends how much boost you would want to run, 4-6 pound of boost would be safe, anything after that you may need to lower the compression and upgrade the fuel system and computer.Do some research on what your motors internals can handle and go from there.

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