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Old 09-30-2002, 11:15 PM
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Turbo 302

Does anyone have any experience putting a turbo on the 302? I have a 1992 F-150 NITE with the 302. I think it's a MAP system. It has the two opening throttle body. I can build the exhaust myself and the intake runners but, don't know what I would have to change electronically. I have a schwitzer turbo for it. I plan on low boost (4-6lbs) so I don't have to open the engine. I just want to bolt things up and go. Would the stock EFI handle it or would I have to get a chip or what? Any informed opinions are appreciated! Thanks!
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