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Old 03-27-2011, 06:53 PM   #1
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i know ive posted other threads before and what not but i just got my car out of storage and now getting ready to put this supercharger on, i was wondering if i just put it on my stock v6 all i have is underdrive pulleys and chip thats doesnt do much i find and cai and also a true dual exhaust, i just wanna make sure i dont need anything else and that it will run good with out a stupid tuner, let me know if im gunna have any trouble putin it on its lookin like im gunna have to relocate alot of things, will i have to make and wires or coil wires longer, let me know if you done this also and how it works
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Re: 97 with supercharger

I wouldn't suggest putting it on without a tune. Depending on how much boost you are running, you may need to get some bigger injectors to add more fuel to the more air you are going to be forcing in there. Doing things like this half assed will only lead to bigger problems down the road. Do it right, and you will enjoy it for a longer time.
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Re: 97 with supercharger

UD Pulleys have to come off. Find yourself the best reputable Mustang dyno shop. Congratulations. That'll be awesome.
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Re: 97 with supercharger

yea the tune must be done right you dont even really want to drive it without a tune
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so tune? no tune, some people tell me i need one and some dont, i dont wanna have to send 500 for a stupid tuner that will do all of 20hp if that
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also i have 30lb injectors
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Re: 97 with supercharger

we've had this conversation before. the underdrive pulleys are gonna have to go. your gonna need a minimum of 110lph fuel pump to run 30lbs injectors. get a factory supercoupe mass air meter or aftermarket calibrated for 30lbs injectors. you can use your pre-existing mass air to get it running but u may be missing out on a couple horses. get the coldest spark plug you can find for a 3.8 and gap them at whatever ford has them gapped at for a supercoupe.

you need to get a haynes manuel for supercoupes. that way you know where everything goes. your doing a supercoupe swap...not a custom blower install. p.m. me and i can help you get in the right direction.
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