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Old 05-03-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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Supercharger?

I have this supercharger for a 3800 gm I believe 3.8 does anyone know if it would fit onto a 2000 v6 mustang
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You can almost fabricate anything to fit almost anything. But in this case is is not worth it. It would take serious work, and money for poor gains in relation to cost.

1.procharger, 2. turbo or 3. eaton m112 are your best options. None of which are cheap. You'll need to plan on at least $2000 to jump into the FI club. More likely $4-6 though.
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Sell that one and buy one that will fit without so much fabricating work
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Procharger how can you run a BOV instead if a BPV? I've seen it done any one have any ideas how it done?
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Procharger how can you run a BOV instead if a BPV? I've seen it done any one have any ideas how it done?
depends on where the procharger is placed as well as where your maf sensor is located. you can also just run both. I'm assuming you're a fan of the cool whoosh sound as well?
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depends on where the procharger is placed as well as where your maf sensor is located. you can also just run both. I'm assuming you're a fan of the cool whoosh sound as well?
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The woosh is just wasted boost.

Forge internals and use all the boost's.
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