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By adding a positive displacement Roots-type supercharger, cold air intake and a high-flow exhaust system, Steeda lifts output of the normally mundane V6 Mustang to an impressive 355hp and 365lb-ft. of torque.


...well, not bad, but a V6 Camaro will have almost that much power from the factory. :D
 

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Impressive numbers for sure, but that particular 350hp 3.5L incorporates TwinForce technology, which is not only direct injection but also a turbocharger.

So... slap a turbocharger on a GM DI 3.6L V6 and see what happens. :D ;)
 

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355 hp on a dead weight with solid axle. Still, no thanks.
 

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actually thats not to bad..but the price must be GT range
 

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Given its a steeda I'll bet its higher than a GT. s/c package uninstalled is probably about 4k+. But the next round of hi-po FI/DI v6's should be interesting. Glad to see GM finally taking steps into the FI ring.
 

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Yes dear I know I was referring to this
Impressive numbers for sure, but that particular 350hp 3.5L incorporates TwinForce technology, which is not only direct injection but also a turbocharger.

So... slap a turbocharger on a GM DI 3.6L V6 and see what happens. :D ;)
:p. I'm sure with GM finally getting into the FI ring they will counter it.
 

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v6 + supercharger = 355hp?...what's the point? The price would put it right up with a V8.

The option from the parts counter for a supercharger from Steeda, Ford, Shelby, Tom, Dick, and Harry makes it better I guess when you tell the insurance guy 'It's only a 6 cylinder.'
 

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v6 + supercharger = 355hp?...what's the point? The price would put it right up with a V8.

The option from the parts counter for a supercharger from Steeda, Ford, Shelby, Tom, Dick, and Harry makes better I guess when you tell the insurance guy 'It's only a 6 cylinder.'
I dunno. I checked out their website (which DOESN'T include pricing) and the V-6 Steeda, not only isn't bad looking for a Mustang, but they throw in ALOT of suspension upgrades too. I'm not sure what the price on one is, but if it's under $30K, that's NOT BAD...hell, under $40K would be a good price.
 
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