Ok, I'm a tinkerer by design. I really want more power from my Mustang and I haven't even got it yet. However, I'm no stranger to supercharged sixes. I own two Grand Prixs with M90d 3.8l V6s. One is stock, the other is decently modded: Cam, Headers, 3.25" Pullet, etc. I know my Grand Prix is currently faster than my Mustang will be.
This is my idea: Make a bracket to remote mount an M90 on either side of the 3.7, route the outlet toward an air-to-air intercooler in the front, then back to the throttle body. If a bracket can be made from simple steel with a built in funnel to round piping, it will be easy/cheap to build. M90s are super cheap to buy with a good amount of aftermarket pulley's available. This would allow for easy removal with no modifications to the engine or the intake, minus fuel injectors. M90s are self contained so no need for for oil or water lines. Plus the factory 3.8" pulley is set for 6# of boost, good starting point. So... boosted 3.7 for $1000~ roughly? Sounds good to me. Lucky for me I have a welder and the M90s for fabbing and testing.
Procharger guys: How do these kits deal with MAP sensors and PCV valves? How does the computer know it's getting boost if the MAP sensor isn't changed. Also, what's the poundage of the injectors with the basic kit and what boost levels are they good for?
Trying to get some ground work for what needs to be done to these cars.