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Old 06-27-2012, 12:10 AM   #1
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MP1900 TVS Up & Running

Got this intercooled MP1900 TVS up and running on my built 4.0SOHC. Runs great. Working on data logging to finish off the tune.



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Nice what are you pushing?
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Don't know yet since we are tuning via data logging but doing the math should be just north of 400rwhp with a 3.0" pulley or 450 with a 2.8".
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Don't know yet since we are tuning via data logging but doing the math should be just north of 400rwhp with a 3.0" pulley or 450 with a 2.8".
Dang thts good!400 hp nice job on the build
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Got this intercooled MP1900 TVS up and running on my built 4.0SOHC. Runs great. Working on data logging to finish off the tune.

Here's a link to the build:
My New 4.0 SOHC Build - The Mustang Collective Forums
When you say built what all have you had done i want to supercharge my 4.0 but I don't know what all I have to do.
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When you say built what all have you had done i want to supercharge my 4.0 but I don't know what all I have to do.
Manley forged pistons and rods, SSM stage 2+ ported heads, ARP cylinder head studs and match ported distribution manifold would be the main things.

You can safely run a supercharger without a built engine as log as the tune is spot on and everything thing is in good working order. I had an MP90 on this Mustang for 114,000 mile on stock internals but popped a piston at 144,000 miles during an autocross due to a fuel starvation issue. This was totally my fault and nothing to do with the engine. I did a built engine for a little more security and to be able to go with much more boost without worry.
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Re: MP1900 TVS Up & Running

As Nice Pony said, no need to build the engine to run an Xcharger.

I installed it on my old car at 90,000 miles after two years on a 75 shot of nitrous. Sold the car last month with 203,000 on it and it was still running 12's at the drag strip.
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