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Old 10-14-2013, 04:23 PM   #1
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I live in the state of Delaware. Does anyone knows of anyone who is a specialist in installing a supercharger on my 94 mustang cobra?
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I live in the state of Delaware. Does anyone knows of anyone who is a specialist in installing a supercharger on my 94 mustang cobra?
Call Performance Evolution in Smyrna DE
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Heck yeah bro. Ask for the owner Matt. He is a mad scientist and knows his stuff when it comes to mustangs. Lol.
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Kool man, thanks.
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Scott has customers hauling Mustangs up from as far away as Fla. and Utah on a regular basis.
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Old 10-16-2013, 03:42 PM   #8
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Thanks good to know.
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Being that I'm getting a supercharger, what would be the right rear gears to put on my 94 Mustang Cobra.
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They say 4.10 or 4.30 for cobras/machs
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Gears are really a combination of opinion and what are you trying to get out of your car. Do a search on here, there are a ton of threads about gears. There are many good discussions that talk about what gears to put in to get what you want out of your car.

I don't have any FI yet... But I do have 3.90's and I love them. IMO 4.10's would have been to much. I drive mine every day in town and on the highway.

If your making it a track car, or a weekend fun car then 4.10's might suite you better. Do your research before you pull the pin on gears man.
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