TFL and 5 Star Tuning saying should be able to get 500+ HP out of the Bronco 2.7L

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At 2:01 mark they state the turbos are CRP stage 2 units.
Thank you! Definitely missed that!

Yeah that makes a BIG difference in the cost. These seem like reasonable numbers??

$500 for a cold air intake
$1000 AMS Intercooler
$1650 for CRP Stage 2 turbos (if you send yours in)
$500 for water / meth injection
$1000 for a high flow cat downpipe
$500 for a tune
$850 installation of parts

$6000 Total





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More power is always good;)
 

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This is EXACTALLY why I am buying the 2.3
More simple - 1 turbo = more reliability
5 Star can make the 2.3 more powerful than I need + everything in between.
 

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Parts: ~$5000

S&B CAI $329
AMS Intercooler $904
SNO-210 Water Meth Kit $441
CRP Stage 2 Turbos $3025 (-$500 core charge)
SPD Downpipe $600
DW400 Fuel Pump $279

Tuning: ~$1100

Dyno: $500
Tuner $600

Installation: ~$???

Total: $7Kish...

Talked to Five Star. With a list of caveats (will parts be priced about the same as F150 stuff?, will they not be a nightmare to install?, etc) this a decent ish BALLPARK. Subtract $1000 if you don't mind waiting to have your turbos modified (no clue how long that takes).
 
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I'm definitely interested in making more power on the 2.7tt. Nothing wrong with having a fast off roader, and it would be one heck of a sleeper. I'll probably just stick with Intake, downpipes, maybe intercooler and a mild tune. This is going to be my daily and it needs to be reliable and last awhile.
 

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