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Old 12-15-2010, 03:44 AM   #1
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Blower off of Tbird SC to work on '94 GT

I've always thought of if the Thunderbird SC since it had
a 5.0HO in it will the blower and manifolds work on my '94 GT Mustang Coupe? Can someone list the essentials? Where
can I get it all from?
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The t-bird super coupe had a 3.8L with a eaton m90 supercharger not the 5.0L. But there's a kit somewhere that you can put the m90 on the 5.0 just I don't know where to look.
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Re: Blower off of Tbird SC to work on '94 GT

you would need some kind of kit but the end result would not be worth it I dont think
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you would need some kind of kit but the end result would not be worth it I dont think
I have seen them on you tube with them, pm a guy that had one on his fox, he made his own adapter plate and he said you could only get 9.5-10 psi max
out of the m90 on the 5.0L. Yeah 9 psi would rock on a 5.0 but it don't leave much more for modding.
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Re: Blower off of Tbird SC to work on '94 GT

Obviously my knowledge in that department was minimal.Guys thanks for the input. Okay guys heads up! Can you plz help make up my mind? My 5.0HO motor is stock with mild mods. I sport only a BBK coldair intake,Deleted EGR stuff including smog pump,EGR blockoff plate,Pacesetter longtubes,catless X-pipe & flowmaster catbacks.This motor has over 93,000 original miles on it with the AODE tranny.The question here is should I rebuild this from bottom up or just the top half? Would it just be cheaper in the long run to go crate turnkey? This will be a street/strip rod.My rearend is still stock also w/3.27 trac-lok lsd. Should I stay w/this or go 3.73+new lsd? I'd love to make 380-450RWHP!Anywhere in that median.
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I would say rebuilding and supeing up the 5.0 would be cheaper in the long run. You put $3000 in a 5.0 and it will be mean, buy a 5.0 for same price and it will be alright. Here is a link to a parts place that sells parts cheap.
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I would say rebuilding and supeing up the 5.0 would be cheaper in the long run. You put $3000 in a 5.0 and it will be mean, buy a 5.0 for same price and it will be alright. Here is a link to a parts place that sells parts cheap.
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Would you know of any good engine builder/machinist in the Pacific? I mean I could rebuild it myself w/proper instruction
but aint got the space or equipment to do so.It'd be a fun learning experience though.
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Sorry can't help you there, i'm on the east side and have never been out that way, but i'm sure someone on here knows.
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Sorry can't help you there, i'm on the east side and have never been out that way, but i'm sure someone on here knows.
Alright man,Mahalo's anyway. Just gotta hang and be patient
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Alright man,Mahalo's anyway. Just gotta hang and be patient
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do you have an autozone down there? they got sum cheap *** tools, but you should be able to accomplish a stock rebuild with the tools sold there. ive built motors on the floor on top of a couple of flattend out boxes, wit no stand. i mean basic stuff, like fresh rings, rod and main bearings. where there's a will there's a way.
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