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Old 10-21-2013, 11:47 PM   #1
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M90 supercharger?

So I believe for 1999-2004 2v mustangs can bolt on the m90 superchargers. So would I be able to use a general motor company m90 supercharger on my 2v mustang gt : o

"Chevy rebuilt & ported GM Eaton m90 supercharger blower" is what the add says
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Pretty sure it doesn't just bolt up. You will need an adaptor kit for it... I'm pretty sure no twin screw style blowers bolt right up to the 2v.
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Old 10-21-2013, 11:51 PM   #3
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The m112 is the cobra supercharger the m90 was the Saleen supercharger : o for our models
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That doesn't mean its going to bolt on to your car... The Saleens were different.

This should explain everything:

Eaton M90 on a 4.6? | Mustang Forums at StangNet
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Oh bummer :/ so would it be best to get the adapter kit for 2100 then find a cheap 112 eaton kit?
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At that point you might as well see if you can find a used Kenne Bell or Whipple, those are pretty much the better twin screw superchargers on the market. Those M series and Eaton Superchargers are decent but heat soak real quick.
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Old 10-22-2013, 12:03 AM   #7
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Hmmm okay think I might check into Whipple have always heard good things about there blowers. Thanks for the help would have made a bad mistake :3 ha
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That's what the forum is for lol. Glad you didn't make a bad choice.
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That's what the forum is for lol. Glad you didn't make a bad choice.
Actually what do you think of this? Only problem is I'm not sure for what group of years this is for which is the big problem D:
http://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/pts/4135187131.html
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Actually what do you think of this? Only problem is I'm not sure for what group of years this is for which is the big problem D: http://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/pts/4135187131.html
Use the serial number and look it up. And out of all that I would get it but ditch all that cheap plastic piping and go to Superchargersonline.com and get all the parts you need, will cost less than $750. Then you will need a new fuel system (injectors and pump) that should be around $300. So you are looking at around $2k for all that then another 5-700 for a mandatory dyno tune.
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Oh that's not bad : o just depends on the condition of the supercharger ha
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Oh that's not bad : o just depends on the condition of the supercharger ha
You can also send it to Vortech to get rebuilt. Not sure how much they charge but it isn't terrible.
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Kenne bell makes a twin screw for 2vs
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You can also send it to Vortech to get rebuilt. Not sure how much they charge but it isn't terrible.
IIRC its $300 for a full rebuild as long as the fins on the impellers aren't damaged or anything. You can do a full vortech kit for $1500 for $2k before the dyno tune if you get a good deal on a headunit and buy everything else new from superchargersonline. Definitely the most economical way to go but you don't get the low end.

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Kenne bell makes a twin screw for 2vs
Yeah that was the kit that was mentioned earlier in the thread. The 2.1L is the entry level kit and it is very good.

With that said in all this, NOTHING sounds as good as a ported M112 and the Tork Tech kit actually has a much better intercooler than the Terminators get stock, that's one of the reasons a TT 2V can make close to or better numbers than a stock Terminator. Its a viable option and it allows you to bolt up ANY blower you want, not just what KB has. You don't have to put a M112 on a TT.
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