There is alot more to adding a turbo to a NA car or truck then most think. Keep in mind your internals first. You internals now would handle maybe 5-7lbs of boost which is hardly noticable. You would stronger and different compression pistons, also rods and other misc internals are a good idea. Computer would be another issue. A reflash would be needed to send more fuel which in turn means new injectors and new fuel pump with higher rating. Also you would need to beef up the tranny a bit. You would need two turbos or a single larger one. The T3 is designed for 2.3l and smaller mostly and low boost cars. Some sort of intercooler and some way to mount it. Custom exhaust with custom downpipe. Custom headers to accept the turbo. Piping to and from the intercooler. Larger intake. Larger MAF. Custom intake. You would also have to run oil lines from somehwere on the engine or tap the pan. You are looking at ALOT of money and time.
But hey more power to ya. haha.
2003 DSG Mustang GT-Procharger, 3 core IC, some happy gas, full bolt-ons, suspension, wheels/tires, etc. CMS Blower cams, and other stuff waiting for install.
2009 R6-Raven-FE, flushies, double bubble screen, Graves exhaust, BMC, and PC-V
2006 F150-Lariat, 4x4, Daily