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Old 10-06-2011, 11:15 AM   #1
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Mustang 1995 v6 supercharged

I'm an owner of a 1995 mustang 3.8 v6 coupe I'm currently modding it and I was wondering if I could install a supercharger.
If you know where I could get one plz post a website of where I could find one

And also give me a brief description of what I'd have to do to the stock engine to prepaid it for the supercharger.
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Re: Mustang 1995 v6 supercharged

there are a few ways you can go, no major companies currently product a supercharger for your vehicle (but they used to they just stopped)

Mostly the supercharger is the same for the GT or V6 its just the brackets and such that differ.

Vortech and Procharger are the two main ones, I am sure you can find one on EBAY, maybe check into having it rebuilt etc and you would be good to go there.

Another option is a root style supercharger used on the 03/04 cobra. Google Mysteed Performance and he has a kit that you can use.

Expect 3000-6000 or so invested maybe more just depends on how much you do on your own vs pay to have done and what little issues you run into.

As far as the motor in stock form (if its in good working order) it should handle 8-11psi with a SAFE tune, you will probably have to upgrade the fuel pump and injectors with a new MAF to handle the air flow.

End result will net you around 250-280rwhp probably~ but I am not 100% sure on that (auto vs manual many factors here)

If you wanted to build your motor you could go little or go big, many build motors and put out 230-250rwhp without the need of a supercharger for the V6~ its just costly to build the motor, but might end up cheaper in the end. You can build the motor to take more abuse as well (forged internals) for a supercharger later on down the road if you wanted.
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Ya well I might just get a 5.0 first then go from there but then I need so much work for the body frame reinforced and everything.....
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Re: Mustang 1995 v6 supercharged

might end up cheaper to sell your car and buy a 94/95 5.0 etc
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Yes it would be cheaper but Ive already started to many mods on my current car that it wouldn't pass inspection until I finsh it. So I might do that but I'm gonna wait till I'm done and then try selling it I guess.
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Re: Mustang 1995 v6 supercharged

89-94 Thunderbird Super Coups had an Eaton M90 blower on their single port 3.8L engine... It is a fairly simple swap that can give you an added 60 HP at about 6-8 psi to a stock engine.

This is the only Roots blower that I know of that will work on our single-port engines...

I will be doing this swap next summer, along with a 4.2 stroker kit, so that's the only reason why I know a little about it...
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Mmk thnx for da info
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