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Turbonetics announces 50-state legal turbo kit for the 2005-2009 Mustang GT

By - April 2, 2010 – 9:31 pmNo Comment | 1,390 views

Turbonetics is proud to announce the release of the 2005-2009 Mustang GT Turbo System (Manual only) with an market first CARB E.O. number! That means you can now purchase a reliable, complete turbo system without worrying about the impact on your state emissions compliance! The new kit (Part Number 15168-1) includes the following items:

Ceramic Ball Bearing Turbocharger
Turbonetics Evolution External Wastegate
Spearco Front Mount Intercooler
Bosch By-Pass Valve
T304 Stainless TIG Welded Exhaust Piping which includes
1. From stock Cat Converters to Turbocharger
2. From Turbocharger back to stock exhaust system
3. From wastegate discharge into exhaust downpipe
Aluminum TIG Welded and polished Intake Piping from turbocharger to intercooler to throttlebody
Silicon molded hose for connection to the stock airbox
8x 39 lb/hr fuel injectors
Fuel Pump Controller, pre-programmed (boost referenced) with harness
8x Spark Plugs, Early style, 1 heat range colder than stock
8x Spark Plugs, Late style, 1 heat range colder than stock
Thermostat (used for later style ’07-up)
High flow aftermarket air filter used in a stock configuration
Diablo hand held ECU programmer with pre-loaded Turbonetics CARB legal program
De-gas resevoir
Turbine housing and tube wrap heat shielding
Hardware kits including fasteners, fittings, gaskets, clamps, hoses, and oi lines

ECU Re-Flash:

• No additional piggy-back system required
• No additional wires to cut, splice or connect
• Retains all factory accessories and sensors
• Uploader included to flash ECU with new program
• Ability to re-flash ECU back to stock settings
• No additional tuning required
• Modified fuel and timing maps

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