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Old 02-23-2005, 09:54 PM   #1
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supercharger in, what about safety?

ok, now that i've dropped the vortech supercharger in, what should i do for safety?

right now all i have is some sticky potenzas and carbon brake pads.

what should i do next if i didn't wanna redo the fronts to cobra brakes after just replacing them a month ago?
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:59 PM   #3
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dont drive fast.
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get cobra front brakes
but the thing you should really do is forge that engine to handle boost
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yea forge and up the boost. but i dont think that is safer
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a dyno tune to protect the motor is the number 1 priority... and not some mail order or back yard dyno tune... a real one.
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i've gotten it dynotuned w/ an SCT chip. so that problem was taken care of on the install
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Hi, my v6 s/c mustang does on average 13.7. its an auto but anyway im happy with the brakes unless i hot lap.
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nice. 13.7

what kinda boost you runnin? which system did you go with?
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