Possibly new clamps and maybe some sort of intake filter if there are any fitment issues?
Don't forget, you will also need a tune dialed in just for the Procharger setup on your car. This can run $500-$600. So there are other factors to consider. You DO NOT want to be romping around on your stock tune after the procharger is installed.
This is ASSUMING that procharger still works. You will need to ask if it has helical gears also. As these can get very noisy if they do not.
As tempting as this might be, I would not get this kit. Things are missing. You need the tune. Something could be wrong with it. I would just wait until you can find a trusted seller/more complete kit. Or just buy new.
Because remember, what might be too good to be true - normally is.
Remember, you can use your AM code and get 6% off on this NEW. I think Alex might be able to hook you up with a quote which might be more helpful. Because if you get it new and something goes wrong - you have a warranty.
If you buy used and something breaks - purchase a new one.
Little Red. 2011 V6. Automatic Trans., C&L CAI, JLT Catch Can, BBK Ceramic Coated Long Tube Headers with BBK Catted X Pipe, Axle Exchange (American Muscle) Aluminum DriveShaft, GT 500 Lower Control Arms, Koni (orange) Dampers, Steeda Watts Link, Ford Racing 3.73 Gears, Magnaflow Street Series Axle Backs and a few more mods....Wifes car, 2014 Ford Edge Limited.