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Old 11-22-2014, 01:39 AM   #1
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1994 mustang gt supercharger

Okay so I found a supercharger on cl and I have no idea what questions to ask to make sure what I am getting will work please help me thanks.


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Ask how many miles on it. Check for impeller play. Look for groves in the housing. If it's been rebuilt

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how much and what brand/model
How many miles on it? A good one I use is. I want it, Ill buy it, just so there are no surprises are there any known issues? haha just so I know what to address if I run into an issue. Its still a good deal, just want to prepare myself.
Then usually they will say everything works great but...
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What parts do I need to see if it comes with/what parts will I need?


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what brand and model sc is it?
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Old 11-23-2014, 03:38 PM   #7
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He said it Comes with supercharger, boost bypass valve, vaccum hoses. What else will I need besides and adapter plate?


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I need to know what questions to be asking what to look for to see if it is worth buying. But the thing is is he only wants $200 for it so I don't know if it is beat to hell or if he has no clue what it is worth. I am going to look at it tomorow so I need to know how to tell if it's worth it.


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Old 11-23-2014, 05:49 PM   #9
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Well u could probably start by asking him how often he changes his oil, IMO most guys that take great care of their superchargers will keep it changed somewhere below 20k miles, also check for sludge or any gooey mess around the oil case, usually means it has some bearing or gear wear. Also have him run the car and rev it to diff rpms and listen for any odd noises. My buddy did all this when he was buying a used twin screw supercharger so I figure these methods may work for u also


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Well I guess I should've asked first does he have the part still installed or has he taken it out


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Well u could probably start by asking him how often he changes his oil, IMO most guys that take great care of their superchargers will keep it changed somewhere below 20k miles, also check for sludge or any gooey mess around the oil case, usually means it has some bearing or gear wear. Also have him run the car and rev it to diff rpms and listen for any odd noises. My buddy did all this when he was buying a used twin screw supercharger so I figure these methods may work for u also


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Well I guess I should've asked first does he have the part still installed or has he taken it out


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He sent me a video of it and it sounded okay to me but i am no sc expert by any means. And he said it has 60,000 mi on it but doesn't know about the oil being changed on it


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Old 11-23-2014, 09:46 PM   #11
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Stay away from it. He's selling you just the headunit and you'll need a custom setup to adapt it.


You will pay $1300-$1600 on the Corral for a Vortech S trim in good shape which is what you want. You'll need to add a fuel system and tune on top of that.
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Stay away from it. He's selling you just the headunit and you'll need a custom setup to adapt it.


You will pay $1300-$1600 on the Corral for a Vortech S trim in good shape which is what you want. You'll need to add a fuel system and tune on top of that.

So tell him I'll pass?


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$200 for an Eaton is going to be the M112 headunit and that's it. You can't just slap it on a motor and will spend more money than a Vortech making it all work.
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$200 for an Eaton is going to be the M112 headunit and that's it. You can't just slap it on a motor and will spend more money than a Vortech making it all work.

Okay I told him no. Now is worth the money to supercharge it or just do bult ons? Or go to turbos?


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What else is done to the car? You will need chassis stiffening, suspension, fuel, a better transmission than the T-5 etc... to make use of the blower.


Yes, it is worth the money to supercharge it but you'll want to do all the "bolt ons" first and then do a Vortech.
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What else is done to the car? You will need chassis stiffening, suspension, fuel, a better transmission than the T-5 etc... to make use of the blower.


Yes, it is worth the money to supercharge it but you'll want to do all the "bolt ons" first and then do a Vortech.

It's all stock except exhaust. What should I get so I know what to put on Christmas lists


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What parts do I need before I can put a supercharger on it?


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Read what Scotty said, stiffer chassis, suspension(shocks,struts,springs, or coilovers, etc..). Fuel system upgrade bigger pump and injectors etc.... Big thing is the stick tranny will be an issue also. Also would recommend after all that some bigger tires out back.
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Read what Scotty said, stiffer chassis, suspension(shocks,struts,springs, or coilovers, etc..). Fuel system upgrade bigger pump and injectors etc.... Big thing is the stick tranny will be an issue also. Also would recommend after all that some bigger tires out back.

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