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Old 02-23-2014, 12:12 AM   #1
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M90 eaton swap

Hey guys I'm going to be doing an m90 swap and I've been reading on many different forums on info for it but I'm still looking for more USEFUL information on it. Got any good advice?
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Thanks Samuel, much appreciated
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Yw the super coup guys have not been in this section much lately. The M112 looks much easier. But a guy wants what a guy wants.
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Yea that and I can't afford the m112 swap but it's only 0.3 liters of air that my supercharger won't move vs the m112 and I believe the m90 still pushes 13lbs of boost without pulley swapping lol or so that's what I've read
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M112 swap is a good bit cheaper unless you find a great deal on an entire supercoupe motor, you have to think about the entire top end is needed (heads lower intake) the accessories system to run the separate belt drives for the blower and normal accessories. Then you have to fab up your own piping to put the IC up front etc etc.
M112 is just a plate with a blower on top and then fuel support and a bigger maf, which of course both serious require the supporting mods upgrade.
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sc at my friends jy is 150 for a complete setup. Missing only the intercooler, but good lord. I don't want to swap BACK to a single port. It seems a m112 would be easier on a split port, imo
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Well I have a supercoupe I may not b allowed to b on here.but from what I've read on my forums the spi heads and sc are pretty close to flowing capacity but it's all on your budget what u wanna do with the car as far as power or fun and if u wanna modify or how good u r with fabrication
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And potential for power u would have better gains with the m112.potential for power may also b increased in a m90 bc it uses an intercooler compared to a heat exchanger.i have an srt4 fmic on my car 15psi no tune 240hp and 346tq I have the Dyno sheet too if u care to see the power curves.a whole engine swap may b far easier for the m90 but it's finding one that's good and budget of your build.ive seen an m90 on 4.0 jeeps,probes,vw vr6 read about 5.0 and 4.6.make it fit lol
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I have complete m90 kit fs if u need parts to complete your build.everything except the MAF for. 36# inj
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Also if u want more info.google search sccoa or tccoa.search "sccoa" and any question u have.ex sccoa how much boost for an m90.u can look at old post to get info without being a member.thats what I did b4 I became a member within the last few months I have owned and modified the for 5yrs
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I did port my m90 on my 99gtp, it was very fun--even without an intercooler.
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That's cool porting helps.i was saying more for higher boost with the ic.more boost doesn't always mean more power.more boost=more heat and u need a way to cool it.also if u over spin the blower it loses it efficiency but that also depends on the supporting mods.and always belt slip.ive had belt slip but only bc the belt was old.i got a gator belt now and works great.i just got an underdrive aluminum pulley for 5 more psi so now I'm just saving for a quarter horse to tune.hopefully I can get to 300hp
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