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Old 08-19-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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Eaton m90 on 95 3.8

Hey I'm picking up an m90 with inter cooler and piping an 30lb injectors upper and lower intake to just wondering on what else I will need besides a bigger fuel pump
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-Roots blower
-SC blower top
-SC lower intake
-SC rear blower intake with SC TB
-Rear intake (from IC to lower intake)
-SC thermostat housing
-SC jackshaft pulley bracket
-SC PS pump bracket
-SC crank pulley
-SC water pump and pulley
-PS pump pulley (you can us your mustang pump)
-SC tensioner pulleys (all 3)
-if using the SC block/crank then use the 94-95 neutral balanced dampener with exeter gear, some dampeners off the F150 will work as well.
-if using the mustang block/crank then use you stock mustang dampener
-if using the SC block/crank then use the SC flywheel/flexplate
-if using the mustang block/crank then use the mustang flywheel/flexplate
-Mustang or SC starter will be fine, they are the same
-Mustang headers
-SC heads are better but Mustang heads would probably be fine (SC heads are supposedly a little stronger)
-SC injectors or eqivilent plus matching MAF
-89-93 SC came with 30# injectors and 55mm MAF
-94-95 came with 36# injectors and 70mm MAF
-all cooling hoses
-SC thorttle cable
-SC throttle cable bracket
-MUSTANG EEC
-MUSTANG wiring harness
-wire to lengthen wiring harness connectors
-extra cooling hoses for custom work
-MUSTANG timing chain cover or 94-95 SC timing chain cover
-MUSTANG crank sensor
-MUSTANG or SC alt will work, MUSATNG better sicne it has the extra connect on it, but will work without it for the SC alt, need to change pulleys if using the Mustang Alt. I believe the Mustang alt is more powerful as well, not exactly sure.
-SC AC compressor
-custom AC lines
-custom air inlet needed
-SC intercooler should work, not sure how well the SC intercooler tubes will clear but they should
or use a custom IC setup like me [img]images/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/img]
-Mustang motor mounts
-SC valve covers
-Mustang DIS module, don't need the SC one.
-SC oil cooler (not needed but good to have)
-Mustng rad will work, but if using the SC IC then might be easier to us ethe SC rad its a little smaller though but works for the SC guys fine.
-Major tuning
-SC coil pack bracket (mustang coil pack should work but I have the SC coil pack as well)
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Old 08-19-2013, 08:13 PM   #4
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no problem...check google also for detailed build instructions
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Old 08-28-2013, 12:28 PM   #5
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I have done this on my 94. I got it all together and running but I understand a new tune is needed. What is the least expensive way to get this done? I don't really want to spend alot on a tuner that I may only use once.
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Was it a pain or easy did u keep ur coil and wires cuz what about ur ecu
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It was a pain alright. Fortunately there are a lot of Thunderbird SC parts out there. I am using the same coil but it's mounted on the drivers side using the SC bracket. The wires will fit, just use the best length for each cylinder. I am using the Mustang ECU, but it will need to be modified. That's what I'm dealing with now.
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:08 PM   #8
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How much u think it cost u what tranny u using
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:43 PM   #9
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It's hard to say since I have been working on this project for a couple years. I lost a head gasket in late 2011 so I decided to rebuild and do the SC mod. I collected parts off craigslist, ebay, and forums. I would estimate between 500 and 1000 dollars so far. The trans is the stock automatic. I do have a cobra rearend that I plan on using if I can get the engine running right.
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Old 08-29-2013, 02:00 AM   #10
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Don't cheap out on the tune please...I'd say buy a handheld and get a decent tune from them then have a dyno shop fine tune it.
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Old 08-29-2013, 10:34 AM   #11
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Send me a pm, I can get you a great tune for a decent price through my tuner.
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Old 08-30-2013, 05:52 AM   #12
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Has anyone tried the DIYautotune?
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