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Old 12-08-2013, 08:16 PM   #1
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Supercharger question

Hey my friend just told me that he had a supercharger that he got in a trade a long time ago, but he doesn't know what it is for.. how can I find out if it would work on my car?
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Post up some pictures. Look for a brand or model number somewhere on it. What car does your buddy have?
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+1. If it is a headunit compatible you could get the mounting hardware and everything else on superchargersonline.com.
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Post up some pictures. Look for a brand or model number somewhere on it. What car does your buddy have?
It is an Eaton supercharger and it has never been on a car..


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Old 12-08-2013, 08:51 PM   #5
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+1. If it is a headunit compatible you could get the mounting hardware and everything else on superchargersonline.com.
I don't know anything about them.. does it have to be a certain size or anything?
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Eaton doesn't have a direct kit for our cars. I believe it will if you get a tork tech kit for it.
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Eaton doesn't have a direct kit for our cars. I believe it will if you get a tork tech kit for it.
How much do you think installing it and getting all the other parts would end up costing if I get it from him. It is only the supercharger main piece
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Depends if you intercool an how good of a fuel setup you do and tune and all that good stuff. I would set aside at least $2000 not including the price of the headunit itself.
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Depends if you intercool an how good of a fuel setup you do and tune and all that good stuff. I would set aside at least $2000 not including the price of the headunit itself.
He said he would give it to me for free. So does 2k get me a great setup or just a decent one?
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He said he would give it to me for free. So does 2k get me a great setup or just a decent one?
Well it'll get you enough to start breaking engine parts
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Post a full size pic of it. It LOOKS like a M90 which is good as a paperweight. If its a M112 off a Terminator yes you can use the Tork Tech kit with that. Figure with the fuel system, TT kit, a tune and misc parts you'll be in it for $3500-$4k if you do all the work yourself.
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Your stock internals max out at around 425-450. So you'll have to forge down the road because it wont last forever and if you want more you will need to forge then and there.
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Just the manifold it self is 2200 from torque tech to put a m112 on a 2v
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Just the manifold it self is 2200 from torque tech to put a m112 on a 2v
Well its the base kit. Still need to source a fuel system, blower and a few other things but I still say its the best positive displacement setup to get simply because you aren't limited to one brand of supercharger. ANY supercharger that fits the Terminator will fit a TT 2V including the Whipple, TVS and Kenne Bell. Plus the TT intercooler is actually REALLY good. Reason the TT 2Vs make similar numbers to a stockish Terminator is that the Termi intercooler sucks.
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Post a full size pic of it. It LOOKS like a M90 which is good as a paperweight. If its a M112 off a Terminator yes you can use the Tork Tech kit with that. Figure with the fuel system, TT kit, a tune and misc parts you'll be in it for $3500-$4k if you do all the work yourself.


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That's not a M90 or M112 and is good as a paperweight/doorstop. Or find out what exactly it is and sell it on the interwebs for a few bucks.
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Well I was going to do the torque tech a few years ago and I search eBay for a few weeks and you can pick up a used m112 for around 500 and a rebuild one for around a 1000
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I've seen them on the corral and craigslist low mileage terminator takeoffs for $300. I'm getting one for the price of shipping when a guy I follow over there swap his out with a whipple. If someone wants $1k for one tell them to keep smoking their crack rock...

Also before you ask, no you cannot use a Lightning M112 it HAS to be a Cobra blower.
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