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Old 11-28-2003, 04:22 PM   #1
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Supercoupe sc on 2002 3.8

i know this may sound dumb but everyone i have asked hasnt given me answer, can you put a supercharger from a 96 t-bird supercoupe on a 02 3.8
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Old 11-28-2003, 05:07 PM   #2
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Both engines are 3.8L so I don't see why not... Then again, I'm no expert, so I'd just do a search like he said
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bluestang44:

You need to talk to v6powerstang as he is currently working with someone on this type of project.
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Old 11-28-2003, 10:19 PM   #5
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Here you go:

http://v6stangs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3399
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It won't fit directly. they are working on an adapter plate and a belt / pulley probably.
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It won't fit directly. they are working on an adapter plate and a belt / pulley probably.
yup, he had something going on with the blower too.
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sounds like an awesome deal to me. I will definately be in line to buy one.
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Old 11-30-2003, 06:50 PM   #9
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white99,

the split port heads/intake on the 99+ v6 cars are different than the supercoupe and 94-98 mustang v6 heads/intake.

we ditched the adaption plate and just made a full custom lower for hood and sensor clearance.

EDIT it looks like you found the thread already, doh...
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How you getting around the alternator?
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One of the differences is the computer too. You can't just swap engines. The SuperCoupe was designed on the Fox Body. A few differences down there.

DIfferent fuel injectors, Fel-Pro OEM head gaskets, Eaton OEM Blower, ect...

But I'm sure you can just buy the Super Coupe Blower from somewhere.

But here are some other choices. [http://www.kennebell.net/superchargers/ford/30escape-tribute/30escape-tribute.htm] That might work on the 3.8L Mustang.

[http://www.bbkperformance.com/products/induction_supercharger.html#INSTACHARGER FOR 4.0 RANGER and EXPLORER OWNERS ] I think that will really work on it.
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One of the differences is the computer too. You can't just swap engines. The SuperCoupe was designed on the Fox Body. A few differences down there.

DIfferent fuel injectors, Fel-Pro OEM head gaskets, Eaton OEM Blower, ect...

But I'm sure you can just buy the Super Coupe Blower from somewhere.

But here are some other choices. [http://www.kennebell.net/superchargers/ford/30escape-tribute/30escape-tribute.htm] That might work on the 3.8L Mustang.

[http://www.bbkperformance.com/products/induction_supercharger.html#INSTACHARGER FOR 4.0 RANGER and EXPLORER OWNERS ] I think that will really work on it.
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the alternator isn't in the way.

if i was you i'd probably swap that sc motor in there, and convert to split port, if you wish to persue a supercharger from us. that way you'd have the advantages of a solid bottom end and better pistons, rods, crank, and could dial up the boost via a pulley later on, maybe go for 12-14psi and still be safe.

EDIT - oh crap, i realized you don't have the motor... oh well. not worth deleting.
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the low-boost kit would be OK on a stock shortblock, IMO.
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How you getting around the alternator?
Your thinkin about the GT alternator. The V6 is off on the driver side.
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