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Old 09-30-2013, 05:10 PM   #1
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My mom has a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP and it came with a spare M90 Gen V supercharger. Knowing that I'm about to purchase a 2002 Mustang with a V6, I figured that I could just throw it on there. I know that a M112 would be better and I know it's not a simple bolt on...but I don't mind. Right now I drive a '98 Dodge Ram that I've put a lot of money into, however, it needs a new head gasket etc. so I figured on purchasing the Mustang because I need something a little easier on gas. So anyway, what do you guys think of that? Also, could anybody give a recommended mod list? Something to start off with? I don't much about Fords, I was always a Mopar sort of guy but who knows! Hahaha well thanks in advance!
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won't work with a fair amount of modding...the m90 for GMs are built different from Ford m90s...also you'd have to downgrade to singleport heads to make it work in the first place. hope that helps...sell that spare m90 and find an m112
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I'm working on an adapter plate for the m90 on split port heads
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How would that work?
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m112 is the better supercharger, split port is the better intake,
So if you can get a 99-04 V6, unless you really like the 94-98 style.
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just a side thought... you want better gas but want to put a supercharger on it?
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Forced induction can bring better mpg sometimes.
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Just a plate with one bolt patern on one side and a different one on the other
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just a side thought... you want better gas but want to put a supercharger on it?
Boost can actually help with mpgs..... :derp:
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I think it depends on how the rest of engine and car is setup, but they can get better mpgs, usually people go with turbos though.
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