On 3 Performance 2015 – 2020 Mustang GT 5.0 Coyote Single Turbo System
Current Kit Status: 1/22/21
If you have already placed an order for a single kit pre-production system, it will be leaving 1/25. Currently we are working on a few other systems that we can fill within a week. If you are ready for a kit, do not miss this order slot as people have been waiting over a year for this release.
On 3 Performance has been designing turbo systems for the Coyote 5.0 platform since it was released in 2011. We first launched our extremely popular twin turbo system which people have been running now for over 5 years. Cars have now been into the 7’s utilizing conponets from our system now in the quarter mile with a proven track record. If you check out our Quickest Coyote List, we started with 10 spots and had to expand to over 20 spots now to account for customers currently running 9.99’s or quicker! We see that some customers are specifically looking for a Coyote 5.0 single turbo system option. This is a less complex system and will be slightly easier to install for the average person building their car out of a garage. Out of the box, our system is going to have amazing potential and be geared toward those targeting 600-1050 rear wheel horsepower.
Hot side Spec:
Instead of making the stainless cast manifold an option like the twin system, we are making it standard in our single turbo kit. Our system uses a tweaked version of our forward facing manifolds that have already been proven over 1500rwhp. One of the most important aspects to the turbo kit is that we wanted to retain the factory kmember and not require an aftermarket tubular unit. Connecting to the turbo manifolds is a 304ss 2.5″ merge pipe to route exhaust gases to your turbo. In order to have optimal control over boost, we integrated dual On 3 Performance 44mm wastegates. This allowed us to dial the boost in all the way down to 6psi and hold steady. Both gates are vented to atmosphere and this sounds amazing.
Cold Side Specs:
We have designed our kit around one of the nicest and most powerful turbochargers we have produced to date. Our new 2nd Gen On 3 Performance 76mm which features a CNC billet wheel, 4″ anti-surge inlet compressor cover and 3.0″ outlet. This powerful turbo had no problem keeping back pressure to a minimum with our testing and yielded us 916 rear wheel horsepower at 12psi during testing. Being that this design car was shipped in for development, the owner said that was a great stopping point for the time being. We have no doubt it would easily make more power as we have made 1050~rwhp on earlier applications with the exact same turbo model.
A huge benefit to our design is that we were able to design around the factory Kmember. This makes for a much easier bolt on kit and saves a ton of time in labor. Its not to say you cannot run tubular suspension to drop weight but this is not required with our system.
You will also notice we have a few different exhaust options that you can go with. Each kit is going to contain the full turbo back exhaust that gets you to the catback connection. We also see the popular trend of guys wanting to run the bumper exit style exhaust which clearly is a more race inspired option. This is completely a personal preference and selection should be made depending on what you are building the accomplish. Keep in mind if you plan to run full exhaust, you MUST have an upgraded axle back system. If you attempt to run full exhaust through stock mufflers, your going to create a massive restriction which will drive back pressure through the roof. On our test car, we ran this car with open downpipes for reference on the dyno. For street driving, the car now had a catback on it but does have active cutouts to keep the exhaust flow restriction to a minimum.
Details When Ordering:
As far as other options, we suggest: On 3 Billet boost controller, Vacuum block, FIC 1000cc / ID1000 injectors, and a tune. These are the bare essentials to get your car finished and completely dialed in. On the 2018+ applications, you can run the kit on 6psi with the stock fuel system if you are going for a bare minimum combo. If doing so, we do not recommend you pushing the car WHATSOEVER PAST 650rwhp. Its almost like insurance to do the fuel system, any small hiccup and your car will not handle the proper fueling. Given that you do the fuel system, even if you did have a boost spike, you would have the fuel system to properly keep the engine from leaning out.