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Old 02-28-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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V6 supercharger question

Will a 1995 thunderbird v6 supercharger fit in a 2004 v6 mustang?
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No, not without switching your heads to singleport losing 40 hp right off the top. Then the very small gains are not worth the cost. On a 94-98 it is a much better option, but not on our splitports.
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Pretty much...research an m112 swap op
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Pretty much...research an m112 swap op
Yes, the 112 is a better option for your 04 than the m90. It will bolt on with the assistance of an adapter plate. The last time I looked just the plate it self cost 900.00. Its not cheap to supercharge our motors.
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I was just wondering cuz at pull part there's a 3.8l supercharger still in car and hook to motor and all was just wondering if I get it for 200$
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I was just wondering cuz at pull part there's a 3.8l supercharger still in car and hook to motor and all was just wondering if I get it for 200$
I wouldn't.
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Well thanks for the advice and help
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You will go back on horsepower from doing this swap but the supercoupe engine made something like 315 ft lbs of tq which is a lot more than the 99 - 04 3.8's made at 225. So it has its pros and cons if you do this, it's your decision.
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you would have to buy everything from the heads upwards. Including the wiring harness and computer.

It had 210hp, and 315 lbs of tq. Not a big increase over the split port 3.8(except for torque). maybe if you also stroked the engine to 4.2, might make around 260hp(i'm guessing,might be less-might be more)
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I personally wouldn't supercharge a splitport 3.8, you can do it if you are planning on putting a lot of money into it. Otherwise thier are other ways to make the car more fun to drive or race.
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