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Old 03-02-2013, 11:08 AM   #1
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Eaton M112 Supercharger

Found a kit online at mysteed.com for my 04 to do the entire swap for about 3k. I'm curious to know if anyone else has done this swap and I'm really looking into it. Other adjustments will have to be made that I'm aware of such as the hood clearance and the IAC relocation but I'd like to hear what you all have to say!
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Whats the kit contain? It was a pretty straight forward swap on my friends v6
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So there's no way to keep the engine cool with this seat up not even a inter cooler?
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Whats the kit contain? It was a pretty straight forward swap on my friends v6
everything you need as far as the adapter, TB, plenum, block off plate, sensors, injectors, etc. I'll link it.

http://www.mysteedperformance.com/0104f.html
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I was thinking to going this way, but the issue of cooling f***k me up... Save a little more and go with the procharger... at least the intercooler came with it
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So there's no way to keep the engine cool with this seat up not even a inter cooler?
apparently not lol I just noticed that I looked at the customers pictures and there was no clear view of one! Uh oh, looks like I'm gonna have to do some investigating!
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Well that suck so you won't be able to DD that thing /:
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apparently not lol I just noticed that I looked at the customers pictures and there was no clear view of one! Uh oh, looks like I'm gonna have to do some investigating!
It has no intercooler and it does say there are a couple parts you need to supply yourself such as boost gauge, 25% underdrive pulley and something else that evades my memory at the moment.

The last thing was a tune. A dyno tune is pretty much common sense after you slap a supercharger on something though.
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It has no intercooler and it does say there are a couple parts you need to supply yourself such as boost gauge, 25% underdrive pulley and something else that evades my memory at the moment.

The last thing was a tune. A dyno tune is pretty much common sense after you slap a supercharger on something though.
right. They should at least tell you what's in the kit...

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Well that suck so you won't be able to DD that thing /:
it wouldnt be a problem getting one lol
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right. They should at least tell you what's in the kit...

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it wouldnt be a problem getting one lol
They do tell you. Everything fuel and electrical is included, the only things required are also listed.
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They do tell you. Everything fuel and electrical is included, the only things required are also listed.
A list woulda been better. But the other part of it was the hood which can be a little pricey.
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A list woulda been better. But the other part of it was the hood which can be a little pricey.
Yeah, I think a 3" cowl would work. I like the cut out hood the show on the site, but that's not something I would do to a daily driver.
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Yeah, I think a 3" cowl would work. I like the cut out hood the show on the site, but that's not something I would do to a daily driver.
Yea. I like that hood actually too. but at least it's not one of those ricers with no hood! ever seen that before?
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