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Old 01-29-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Eaton m90 on a 351

on craigslist i found a good m90 s/c. can anyone give me a website url for the guy who does custom adapters to fit this s/c on different intakes?
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are you talking about jdbmods.com?
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Honestly the m90 would be a waste on that engine. Just not efficient enough
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yes thats the site thanks man. and lowflyn what do you mean?
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Re: Eaton m90 on a 351

The m90 is ok for the V6 applications it came on, even on those it's not very efficient. Builds alot of heat for not alot of power
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The m90 is ok for the V6 applications it came on, even on those it's not very efficient. Builds alot of heat for not alot of power
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Get you a m12. They pretty cheap if you want to go that route
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Re: Eaton m90 on a 351

yea stay away from eaton's go with a twin screw design far better overall (kenny bell whipple etc)
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Re: Eaton m90 on a 351

the m112 is the 03-04 cobra s/c correct? with a 2.8 inch pulley what kind of boost numbers will that produce do you think? would it be enough to necessitate dished pistons or would flattops and a different sized pulley work? sorry for all the questions im still learnin everyday.
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It's gonna depend on your crank pulley size. Factory cobra crank and that pulley produces around 13 lbs if I remember right
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the m112 is the 03-04 cobra s/c correct? with a 2.8 inch pulley what kind of boost numbers will that produce do you think? would it be enough to necessitate dished pistons or would flattops and a different sized pulley work? sorry for all the questions im still learnin everyday.
See my sticky post Superchargers & Turbos.
There is information and links there that will help answer at least some of your questions.


I'd forget trying to hack and piece something together.
That just never works out right and you will have nothing but problems trying to use parts that are not intended for your vehicle.
Go with a proven system so you will get to drive it more than you work on it.
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