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Old 07-06-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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2 valve twin screw?

I recently read an article in a mustang magazine where someone had mounted a twin screw supercharger on a 2 valve 4.6. I'm curious as to how easily it can be done. Does the 4 valve charger mount right up or does it require modification? or do they make a special charger for the 2 valves?
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A place called tork tech makes the kit but it's not cheap
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Kenne Bell is the only company that makes a twinscrew that is a bolt on for a 2v, the eaton is a roots style blower ( similar to a twinscrew but diffrent) you can use the eaton with an adaptor kit from the company tork tech
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Simple install....KB 2.1
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+10000000!! LOL!!!!
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A place called tork tech makes the kit but it's not cheap
I just looked at the Torque Tech site. You weren't kidding. I could buy another new edge GT for the price I'd pay for the kit and the charger. Lol
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Yup I followed RM and did mine like his.

Thanks for the help again RM.
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Yup I followed RM and did mine like his.

Thanks for the help again RM.
Shoot!! You did all the upgrades tho ( bigger cai, throttle body, etc.) I'm trying to catch up to you now!!! Lol!! Your car is awesome bro!!
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Thanks RM. The only reason I did those is because you pretty much showed me the way to do that, going for the bigger numbers.

I pretty much got lucky with the Next Gen coming out. Scott picked that up for me, I might get that wrapped, idk It took Scott 6 hours to get that on with 2 people without damaging anything, he said I'm never taking that off lol that was my biggest expense paying for that. Everything else was in the KB kit. That Next Gen will fit on a Mammoth easy though.

I would do one thing different- the Accufab is spectacular. But I paid big bucks for it. I would get the Stack Racing 75 it is almost identical at a third of the price.
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