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Old 05-06-2016, 01:07 PM   #1
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As of yesterday I made up my mind as to what my future plans are for my 02. Just yesterday, I purchased an eaton supercharger from an 03 Cobra with roughly 37k miles put into it. At these many miles, would i need to rebuild it?

I plan on purchasing the Tork Tech Terminator Kit. I have done a little research on these kits and seem to be pretty good up to what i have read up on. Plus, i would love to have that supercharger whine coming from my car ❤️. The guy that i purchased the blower from, he actually gave me the Cobra pulleys and some 39lbs Ford Racing fuel injectors. As far as the injectors go, will i be able to use them for my car? If not, what is the "street value" on these injectors? Which would you recommend?

I would also like to know, what is the most inexpensive route to safely exceed what the stock engine can handle, as well as the transmission. I recently rebuilt my transmission and has no more than 2k miles since i got it rebuilt last February (15'). As far as a fuel pump, what would work for my car?

I have no specific goals for my car. I don't race, nor have i ever. But eventually, i would love to track it, at least once lol. I just want to have that power and floor it when i am in an open road and hear the blower whine as I'm coming down the road.

Current mods on my car are CAI, 4.10 gears, rear end rebuilt, pro comp intake, tb/plenum, UPR o/r X with SLP LM1, shift kit, and lowered 1.5 all around.

I know to some that this kit might not be worth it, but i am going to do it anyways.

All info would be greatly appreciated.


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These are the injectors the guy gave me.


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Those injectors should see you to at least 400whp if not a little more, they're the injectors that came factory on the terminators. These motors can handle 450whp with a good tune and your transmission should be good for more than that. As for the fuel pump I believe an SVT Focus pump will be enough for what you need.
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Those injectors should see you to at least 400whp if not a little more, they're the injectors that came factory on the terminators. These motors can handle 450whp with a good tune and your transmission should be good for more than that. As for the fuel pump I believe an SVT Focus pump will be enough for what you need.

In terms of the motor, i do plan on getting a rebuilt for preventative reasons. Now, if i get the motor rebuilt to factory specs, would the motor handle the 450 all day? Or should i just spend the extra money and go forged?

What other pieces would you recommend me to purchase? As far as my 4.10 gears, would they be okay with a FI application?


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As long as your tune is safe and you don't beat the piss out of it all the time it will hold at 450. Personally I would forge the motor if I were gonna rebuild it anyways, but that's me. Your injectors probably won't hold 450 (I don't know for sure) and your MAF might not be able to support it either. Mine is pegged and I'm pushing 11lbs. You'll need small stuff like spark plugs, oil, coolant, and a tuner. As far as the 4.10s go,, I think they're gonna be a bit much, but the beauty of something like that is that you can drive it with them first and then decide if you want to change them later on.
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When you mean oil, spark plugs, etc.. Is there a "special" kind that i need to purchase? I recently did all of that.


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Get some NGK TR-6 spark plugs gapped between 028-.032. They are one heat range colder and the tighter gap will prevent the spark from being blown out. If your engine oil and coolant are fresh then disregard that part.
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