The parts list is about as long as your arm! It's not necessarily inexpensive, but if you are able to acquire all the parts and do most, if not all the work yourself, it will be less expensive than purchasing a supercharger kit and having it installed.
Because of the 10.1:1 compression of the stock Mach 1 motor, you would be limited to low boost, in the 5-10psi range, with 10psi being the absolute max! Depending on the type of blower, roots, twin screw, centrifigal, you could see anywhere from 400-470rwhp, and a corresponding number for rear wheel torque. 450-465rwhp is the generally accepted maximum for a stock block Mach 1 motor, anything beyond that, and it's a crap shoot!
A good alternative to supercharging a Mach 1 motor is nitrous. Because of it's high compression, it takes to nitrous very well, provided you keep it in the 75-125 shot range.
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