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Old 04-20-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

I read-up on everything that I need is there a place that sells a kit that has everything though? theres one fore the m112 but I don't have split-port yet
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Eaton should still sell them. But I'm not 100% go to their website
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

yeah but i read that i need more than just the supercharger and intakes. Seems like it'd be better to convert to split-port and get the m112 since they make kits for it that include everything needed.
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

If you can find an old supercoupe you can get everything you'll need. I believe the crank in the supercoupe 3.8's is forged as well...a must have if you plan on more boost.
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yeah but i read that i need more than just the supercharger and intakes. Seems like it'd be better to convert to split-port and get the m112 since they make kits for it that include everything needed.
Well a split port swap is a good idea but is it worth the money to you? I say get an old m90 slap it on, run about 8 psi(should be okay for a stock engine) and make sure u have a good strong t-lok and gears and leave it be.
I'm doing a m112 and t-lok and gears and tuner, and I'm leaving it alone after that. 275ish rwhp after the blower is plenty for me. That's about 325-330 crank. It will keep me up with mostly anyone I wanna, and it will sound bad ***.

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If u want split port and don't care about having ur car all matching numbers, go to a junk yard and pull a 00+ engine. Break it down to the bare block and build it from scratch. I was going to do this but I don't have the time or money, engine alone with an S/C would cost 8k, then you have the rear end swap 8.8 costs maybe 600, you can get a new one from ford for around 1,000. Then I wouldn't wanna install it so I'd take it to a tranny place or midas(who does a good job just expensive) and that install would cost u maybe 1-2k
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:33 PM   #6
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

I have a 1997 4.2 block that needs everything but the block & crank replaced. I read that the newer blocks were stronger, it also has a balance shaft my 95 3.8 doesn't. I was just going to re-use the heads from my current 3.8 on the 4.2 and leave it at split-port since I need the newer computer and everything from a 99+ 3.8.
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Old 04-23-2012, 10:31 PM   #7
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Just build a split 4.2.
Go to super six motor sport and call them them tell them
Ur idea and they will set u up.
Low compression is ur friend.
Then buy a m112 SC kit
And before you install it get the 8.8 installed first and then install the engine. Should have a killer v6
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

I'm hoping to get the 4.2 finished in the summer so I can use it for my last year of high school. I'm looking to push over/around 200rwhp.
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

Yeah, I need to try and keep it a little cheap... I want speed and reliability though. I mostly just want something that rumbles and wow's.
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Pick 2:
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I'm gonna Go to a junk yard and pull a 3.8 engine and rip it down and start ordering parts from the block up from super six. In the end I'll be looking at 5k in the engine with out an S/C.
And that's keeping it a 3.8L
A 4.2L stroker will be maybe 1-2k more because of the stroker kit
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I asked this question before an forgot the answer. Is the 4.3 stroker on supersixmotorsports compatible with the stock 3.8 computer?
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Old 04-24-2012, 10:24 PM   #13
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Yes all should be comparable just need to retune.
Like if I take a block out of a different mustang it won't know it's a block it's all in the wiring etc.
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So just install right and how would you tune that?

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Dyno tune
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Call super six and they will give u a good place to start out on
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What all do you have to change to bolt on the m90? Or is it a simple swap of parts?
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Re: is there a place that sells M90 supercharger kits?

I'm pretty sure the block and everythings the same the super coupe had stronger heads and internals i think? but if you had all the parts you should beable to put them on any essex v6.
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:17 AM   #18
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So can I just add it to my 3.8 in my 97 or do I need to get stuff off the super coupe. Because I found just the supercharger and intake but that is all the guy has.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:36 AM   #19
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Go to sccoa.com . U will find all the info u need..v6power.net has a few guys with this.swap. Its better to get the forged internals now while u have everything torn apart . Theres a reason y they put the forged parts in the supercoupes
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:41 AM   #20
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Also supercoupe performance is a good place to look for parts
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You need bigger fuel pump and injector
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