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Old 03-22-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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Anyone have one on have one on there v6??? I'm thinking of doing it.
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Anyone have one on have one on there v6??? I'm thinking of doing it.
I personally never had one on my car but I've seen them on v6 mustang from YouTube and car shows and it seems to help a lot
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:08 AM   #3
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Lol well that's a very general thing to want...which supercharger are you talking about?
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Lol well that's a very general thing to want...which supercharger are you talking about?
Couple people had kits from AM, but I personally like the M112 eaton
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Its a nice swap that puts out decent numbers for what it is
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Its a nice swap that puts out decent numbers for what it is
Yeahh plus that whine lol but pro charger and vortech both make good ones too
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They do....they tend to cost more though
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They do....they tend to cost more though
I'd look at the M112 eaton plus they make a good adapter for it to fit on the v6, they put out good numbers like you said, only thing is fitment issues with the hood.. That's when vortech and pro chargers centrifugal design comes in handy plus they are really reliable, it's just what cash your willing to dish out for what you want
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Yeah we had to cut my friends hood till he bought a 2.5" cobra r
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Yeah we had to cut my friends hood till he bought a 2.5" cobra r
Either that or a good cowl hood, I like the cobra r personally
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Does anyone know how long a stock 3.8 will last with a supercharger? Can the heads hold up? Can the crank hold up? Can the block hold up? This is something I have thought about doing for mine but everyone I know says don't do it.
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Does anyone know how long a stock 3.8 will last with a supercharger? Can the heads hold up? Can the crank hold up? Can the block hold up? This is something I have thought about doing for mine but everyone I know says don't do it.
I'd rebuild engine with stronger internal parts and supersix power pack kit(heads intake etc) should hold up fairly well then but not stock
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Does anyone know how long a stock 3.8 will last with a supercharger? Can the heads hold up? Can the crank hold up? Can the block hold up? This is something I have thought about doing for mine but everyone I know says don't do it.
i'm not even sure anyones found out how much power you can throw at our blocks before they crack lol..i know i've seen upwards of 500 hp on a turbo setup on stock block
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Yeah there is a YouTube vid of a v6 mustang doing 434hp
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on 5-9 psi you can run the m112 eaton safely with stock internals. I've seen one make 267 rwhp on 9 psi.
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i've seen an m112 pushed to over 340 hp on stock internals...upgraded he pushed a bit over 400. god i should have bought that car lol
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Just all depends on the persons disposable income on a project like that
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yeah he ended up selling his full m112 swap for $1100 :/ should have bought it lol
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yeah he ended up selling his full m112 swap for $1100 :/ should have bought it lol
Damn, if that was around me I would have whipped out the cash and told him to load it up. I would thing twice about an eaton 112 setup for 1100
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Damn, if that was around me I would have whipped out the cash and told him to load it up. I would thing twice about an eaton 112 setup for 1100
i was between jobs at the time so spare cash wasn't happening
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So eaton is the best way to go if I want a charger?
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J has a built 4.2 with a twin turbo kit like mine and he has 600 rwhp

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Stock internals are safe up to about 350 with a good tune
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So eaton is the best way to go if I want a charger?
I'd say procharger. but it's all in the way you build around it also.
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on 5-9 psi you can run the m112 eaton safely with stock internals. I've seen one make 267 rwhp on 9 psi.
But you can't DD it there's no way to keep the engine cool
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Yeah the car would be more of a track car after, you would be sitting at the lights overheating after a good run.
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Yeah the car would be more of a track car after, you would be sitting at the lights overheating after a good run.
Just gotta get a good sized intercooler.
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Just gotta get a good sized intercooler.
There's no way too
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So eaton is the best way to go if I want a charger?
If you don't want to get a new hood procharger or vortechs centrifugal design are good
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But you can't DD it there's no way to keep the engine cool
you're crazy...he DD that 400 hp m112 setup and drove 45 minutes both ways to work..made a whopping 14 mpg
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you're crazy...he DD that 400 hp m112 setup and drove 45 minutes both ways to work..made a whopping 14 mpg
+1 they can be daily driven
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+1 they can be daily driven
For him yea but for some one like me that drives 50 miles a day no it wouldn't work I would kill the engine
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If you factor a 45min drive that's close to 20 to 30 miles depending on speeds etc.. Round trip 40-60 miles its possible
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For him yea but for some one like me that drives 50 miles a day no it wouldn't work I would kill the engine
lol you dislike when others have done things you say are impossible
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We're talking about 5-9 psi, not 15-20, i would understand your claims if it were larger numbers of boost but at 9psi i dont understand what makes you think its going to overheat the engine.
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