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95-99 ranger 3.0 turbo kit for sale

I am in the middel of building my kit myself but I have done all my homework and think that I am putting together the perfect kit. Would there be anyone out there who would buy a kit from me it I bought everthing and put it all together and typed up so intrustions. I would be looking to get around 1600.00 a kit not sure yet depends on how deep you want to go with air fuel guages, egt guages, fuel controllers ets. let me know if anyone would think about getting one? thanks
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I am pretty sure that before anyone would buy a kit they would need to see some HP/torque numbers. You may also want to stick around the forums for a while and if possible meet up with some members in your area to establish some credibility.

Do you have any pics of it?

Just my $.02
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Id be interested .. I would want it to fit in a 4x4 Ranger though.. I want some pics!
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when I am all done I will get everything together and also try to get a dyno run in. I will have pics when all done just trying to get the idea out there if I could make a profit buy trying to make 15 kits or so? thanks for the input
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I think it will be more of a challenge than you think.

You may want to consider the cost of a custom tune for the PCM into your calculations of cost as well (and the price of the tuner) as I don't think you're going to get reliability out of it without it.

Particularly, you may need timing curve tweaks to make it run right.
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I think it will be more of a challenge than you think.

You may want to consider the cost of a custom tune for the PCM into your calculations of cost as well (and the price of the tuner) as I don't think you're going to get reliability out of it without it.

Particularly, you may need timing curve tweaks to make it run right.
yup,and some write ups on the dyno runs.
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Before you add a turbo with boost over 8 or 9 PSI I'd really, really reccomend that you upgrade the bottem end too, but if you do get a rig running, it will be sweet!
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the dyno tune would be up to the buyer you could always keep the boost around 5 or 6 slap an fmu on and tune it somewhat yourself and still come out with about 60 hp more.
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id be more interested in buying the exhaust manifolds, the rest of the kit would be simple for me
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I would be all over it like a fat kid on cake!
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Your gonna need pics, description, Dyno tests, charts before you can sell anything, but if it looks good, done right, I would be interested..........
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A guy on RPS beat you to it.. he's got videos and pictures of his kit. It's still in the works (he's beating the crap out of it to make sure it's bulletproof) But overall, it looks like it should pan out.
http://www.rangerpowersports.com/for...d.php?t=204690
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^aww chit i want to see some pics of his setup...
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