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Old 05-14-2012, 11:51 PM   #1
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Supercharger swap

If I get a S/C now for my 4.6, and later down the road do an engine swap, would the super charger bolt right up?
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Old 05-15-2012, 12:04 AM   #2
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If I get a S/C now for my 4.6, and later down the road do an engine swap, would the super charger bolt right up?
Depends on what engine swap your doing!..
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Depends on what engine swap your doing!..
Its going to be a beefed up 4.6 prolly
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Its going to be a beefed up 4.6 prolly
So it's not a swap? Just a built 4.6? There shouldn't be a problem with the same sc fitting if it's the same engine.
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So it's not a swap? Just a built 4.6? There shouldn't be a problem with the same sc fitting if it's the same engine.
I didn't know if swap was the correct term or not, but ya it would be a built 4.6 so I could push more psi
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I didn't know if swap was the correct term or not, but ya it would be a built 4.6 so I could push more psi
Oh I see what your saying. Yeah it shouldn't matter. The supercharger should still fit the same
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Oh I see what your saying. Yeah it shouldn't matter. The supercharger should still fit the same
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So it's not a swap? Just a built 4.6? There shouldn't be a problem with the same sc fitting if it's the same engine.
+1
I installed a forged motor on my car and I didn't have any issue
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Alright sweet thanks guys
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