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Old 08-30-2015, 05:53 PM   #1
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Eaton on 2v

So this has probably been asked before but I have $2,000 to spend right now and was wanting a root supercharger. I don't have enough for the 2v adapter kit they sell. I was wondering if I could look around on wrecked cars if I could take the intake and heads maybe of a 4v and bolt a eaton on? And then just have to buy injectors, fuel pump, and maybe relocate something for the belt and all. Sorry if any of that sounded ignorant, not the most educated this topic.


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2 grand won't get you forced induction reliably. I could be wrong though
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Don't waste money doing a eaton


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You won't get a new kit on your car for under $5k. Piecing together a used one... $2k might get you all the pieces as far as the blower or a used S trim or something. But you'll still need to do fuel and tune which is going to run another $1k or so most likely. There are always misc parts as well.
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I would recommend doing a centrifugal. Cheaper, shouldn't have to worry about heat soak. They call 'em Heatons for a reason. You won't get the same power down low in the band with a centri, but (and somebody correct me if I'm wrong) you should get better power on the same amount of boost up high because the air is cooler.
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Centri vs PD blower argument is done to death. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Ppl bash on the Eaton... well because the name "HEATON" is well deserved. The M112 and the TT kit is ok for a street car but will still get soaked real fast. The actual big plus to the TT kit is its the only way to get a TVS or a Whipple onto a 2V since the Kenne Bell kit is proprietary.
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Unless you plan on using that $2k to finance a select choice of superchargers on brenspeed.com, you're not likely to find anything that cheap. Well, my statement on applies to newer mustangs.

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