Ford introduced the Barra straight-six 4.0-litre DOHC VCT engine into the lineup in 1998 with the BA series, which included a turbocharged version rated at 240 kilowatts (320 hp)/450 newton metres (330 lb⋅ft) . It quickly became a popular choice for enthusiasts seeking easy power. Factory fitted with a large Garrett GT35 frame turbo running at a low 4psi stock (or 7psi for FPV models), with a capable block and driveline sporting a limited slip differential (LSD), owners could produce a relatively easy 400+whp with only minimal modifications (such as exhaust, injectors, fuel pump and valve springs).
As the series evolved through the BF and FG generations, the platform became more and more capable, with huge support in the aftermarket space to develop a cult following with enthusiasts.
MAMBA Turbo Oil Feed Line Kit (BA BF)
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