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Headers with turbo adapter

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Headers with turbo adapter

Post #1 by krico123 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 8:41 pm

I have been recently looking to see if i can find any headers for a my inline 6 with a turbo flange on it but i cant find anything but i have seen this image http://www.ckdesign-inc.com/images/Turbo/Manifold3.JPG
But they dont sell it anymore so i was wondering if anyone knows of headers that i could buy with a turbo adapter or do i have to make the headers myself
Thanks Kyle

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #2 by pmuller9 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:32 pm

The image you are looking at is a modified Ford 300 Heavy Duty F600 F700 Exhaust Manifold.
See the middle of the page.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/300-4-9-Ford-H ... 663.l44720

It will not fit a 200 or 250 six

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #3 by thatblue_67stang » Wed Oct 31, 2018 3:22 pm

krico123 wrote:I have been recently looking to see if i can find any headers for a my inline 6 with a turbo flange on it but i cant find anything but i have seen this image http://www.ckdesign-inc.com/images/Turbo/Manifold3.JPG
But they dont sell it anymore so i was wondering if anyone knows of headers that i could buy with a turbo adapter or do i have to make the headers myself
Thanks Kyle



you must make your own. i have a turbo 200 and everything is custom on it

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #4 by sdiesel » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:14 am

that is just the darn coolest little mustang.....

and I dint even enjoy cars, but that one tugs at me a bit.
a long love affair with the 300 six.
my lastest and final fling is a fresh 300 in an 88 ford f350 dually 4X flatbed

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #5 by 64 200 ranchero » Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:31 pm

That mustang looks fast!
60 ford ranchero 200 tri power, modified c4 trans, performance ds2 distributor, msd 6, 3 stage retard, weber ict's, 8" rear end with spool, 3.40 gears, CI dual out header, Flowmaster, 90hp wet nitrous kit.

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #6 by thatblue_67stang » Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:02 pm

64 200 ranchero wrote:That mustang looks fast!

haha not really only 5psi rn will go to 10 this summer. just bought a new ford explorer rear end with posi, rear disk brake, 3.73 gears, and its 8.8. should make it accelerate alot faster
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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #7 by thatblue_67stang » Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:02 pm

sdiesel wrote:that is just the darn coolest little mustang.....

and I dint even enjoy cars, but that one tugs at me a bit.



thanks. i have a instagram if you want to keep up with the build. its @thatblue_67stang
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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #8 by dawhite64 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:12 pm

thatblue_67stang wrote:
sdiesel wrote:that is just the darn coolest little mustang.....

and I dint even enjoy cars, but that one tugs at me a bit.



thanks. i have a instagram if you want to keep up with the build. its @thatblue_67stang





hey dude , I'm currently shopping for a fuel reg with boost ref.. do you have a part number for the one you got ? im struggling to find one that suits the pressure differential I need. its either too low or too high. I read in a post you re running a Holley 4-25psi? do you recommend I go to an electronic fuel pump ? I was planning on using the existing mech. pump..

thx

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #9 by thatblue_67stang » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:11 pm

dawhite64 wrote:
thatblue_67stang wrote:
sdiesel wrote:that is just the darn coolest little mustang.....

and I dint even enjoy cars, but that one tugs at me a bit.



thanks. i have a instagram if you want to keep up with the build. its @thatblue_67stang





hey dude , I'm currently shopping for a fuel reg with boost ref.. do you have a part number for the one you got ? im struggling to find one that suits the pressure differential I need. its either too low or too high. I read in a post you re running a Holley 4-25psi? do you recommend I go to an electronic fuel pump ? I was planning on using the existing mech. pump..

thx



for the price of a cheap electronic pump u wont get the same security from a mechanical pump. to much to go wrong. get a cheap pump and here is the fuel regulator
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/hly-12-880

hope this helps
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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #10 by thatblue_67stang » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:12 pm

dawhite64 wrote:
thatblue_67stang wrote:
sdiesel wrote:that is just the darn coolest little mustang.....

and I dint even enjoy cars, but that one tugs at me a bit.



thanks. i have a instagram if you want to keep up with the build. its @thatblue_67stang





hey dude , I'm currently shopping for a fuel reg with boost ref.. do you have a part number for the one you got ? im struggling to find one that suits the pressure differential I need. its either too low or too high. I read in a post you re running a Holley 4-25psi? do you recommend I go to an electronic fuel pump ? I was planning on using the existing mech. pump..

thx


also if you have a instram message me on mine. its posted above
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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #11 by dawhite64 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:42 am

thatblue_67stang wrote:
dawhite64 wrote:
thatblue_67stang wrote:

thanks. i have a instagram if you want to keep up with the build. its @thatblue_67stang





hey dude , I'm currently shopping for a fuel reg with boost ref.. do you have a part number for the one you got ? im struggling to find one that suits the pressure differential I need. its either too low or too high. I read in a post you re running a Holley 4-25psi? do you recommend I go to an electronic fuel pump ? I was planning on using the existing mech. pump..

thx


also if you have a instram message me on mine. its posted above



right on thx.. what psi are you running and how much boost ?

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Re: Headers with turbo adapter

Post #12 by thatblue_67stang » Tue Jan 22, 2019 11:15 am

dawhite64 wrote:
thatblue_67stang wrote:
dawhite64 wrote:



hey dude , I'm currently shopping for a fuel reg with boost ref.. do you have a part number for the one you got ? im struggling to find one that suits the pressure differential I need. its either too low or too high. I read in a post you re running a Holley 4-25psi? do you recommend I go to an electronic fuel pump ? I was planning on using the existing mech. pump..

thx


also if you have a instram message me on mine. its posted above



right on thx.. what psi are you running and how much boost ?


About 5psi rn going to 10 this summer
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