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    Default 05 Mazda 6S Turbo Kit

    Just wondering if anybody out there knows of a turbo kit for my 2005 mazda 6S, it has the V6 3.0L DOHC engine in it and i would someday like to install a turbo kit on it, if you know of any or what i could all purchase to do it myself, that'd be awesome! Thanks
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    There no kits for the v6. Not currently anyway. There should be one coming out soon. But no timeframe.

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    Just go with the supercharger kit lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great NY View Post
    There no kits for the v6. Not currently anyway. There should be one coming out soon. But no timeframe.

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    Really? From who?

    That's exciting, I'll have to be on the look out for this, since the supercharger kit stopped being produced, I was really looking forward to that kit later this year/early spring next year


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    Just go with the supercharger kit lol
    I was informed that they stopped making it..
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    I know i could get one cutom made but that would cost a sh*t ton but i figured I would ask around and see if there was anything.
    How hard do you think it would be to do it myself by buying all parts and hookups?

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    A good solid custom build would run you a good 4-5K IMO.

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    first I will tell you this has been covered to death and clearly you haven't searched that far.

    second, I will tell you that the cheapest part of ANY turbo build is getting it put together. It is keeping it running that is expensive.... and this is assuming you do all the work yourself and know what you are doing. Given that you are asking for someone to install it I have my doubts about this.

    Point blank it is impossible to find a coherent mechanic to work on a mazda 6 that is stock. how well do you think you are going to be when you start throwing forced induction at it?

    The best thing for you is to start reading up on turbos and how the system works and how and why different parts interact. Once you can start answering your own basics and then think about how they interact with your car. Then come back and start considering doing this.


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