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Honeywell says that the US is their second largest growth market for Turbo's and they forsee a doubling in the number of Turbo equipped vehicles on the road by 2019...

Honeywell: US Turbo Market To Double By 2019 | The Truth About Cars

According to Autoblog, the U.S. is the second-fastest-growing market, with 38 percent of all new vehicles possessing a turbo by 2019 per a forecast by manufacturer Honeywell. The growth is fueled by both the CAFE target of 54.5 mpg by 2025, and consumer demand for more fuel-efficient vehicles.
 

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how these turbo applications hold up in the long term is what interests me most, something that has me feeling uneasy about the idea of when warranty is up.
 

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Oh, don't worry about that too much. With turbocharged cars it's always on your mind to upgrade your turbo, and longevity isn't a huge problem for most.

It's going to be really fun to see general Mustang enthusiasts warm up to the world of turbocharged performance! I cannot wait. :)
 

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Oh, don't worry about that too much. With turbocharged cars it's always on your mind to upgrade your turbo, and longevity isn't a huge problem for most.

It's going to be really fun to see general Mustang enthusiasts warm up to the world of turbocharged performance! I cannot wait. :)
Absolutely. Anyone know just how big the turbo is in the Ecoboost Mustang? Wondering what big turbo options will be...
 

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It's supposedly a Honeywell MGT2260 turbo, but not much information is out there yet about it. It's suspected to be an all new application for this platform.

https://garrett.honeywell.com/products/turbo-identification/

I couldn't find it on their site though, at least not yet. They don't list any application for the Ford Mustang yet.
 
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