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supercharger finally arrived

Hello well my supercharger finally arrived today. My big question is I ordered a 2.85 pulley , they said were out.. so instead they are sending out a 2.90 inch pulley.. As long as its keyed right should be ok right? Does anybody know what my approxmimate boost would be ? Oops forgot this is for a 2006 Mustang with the Magnacharger.. Thanks..


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i would say somewhere around 12-15psi with a pulley that size, maybe more... thats just a guess though. I know that on the whipples either a 3.5 or 3.25 pulley is right about 10psi, and on my eforce the 3.5 makes between 8-10 psi


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Thanks.. I just want to have fun street car.

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I don't think it'll see that much boost, nor would you want to on a stock block.

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I agree 100% I believe someone had the 2.85 inch pulley and they were seeing right around 10.5 lbs , so I am thinking the 2.90 should be around 9.6 to 10.1 lbs depending on intake and exhuast mods of course.. Does that sound about right?

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I would guess that you will see 7 - 8 psi with that pulley. Maybe 9 psi with stock exhaust manifolds.

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KDT did you see a large rwhp jump when you went with the Kooks? If I wanted to lower my IAT's would I be better off going to a AFCO or Steeds exchanger or going to a meth injection instead? Next year I would like to go with 4.10's , 1 piece drive shaft, LT's and a better exchanger.. I would be totally amped to get into the 11's

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I stand corrected... it still sounds like your going to be close to the maximum amount of boost you'd want to run on a stock motor.

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KDT did you see a large rwhp jump when you went with the Kooks? If I wanted to lower my IAT's would I be better off going to a AFCO or Steeds exchanger or going to a meth injection instead? Next year I would like to go with 4.10's , 1 piece drive shaft, LT's and a better exchanger.. I would be totally amped to get into the 11's
You'll actually likely see a loss of boost going from the cast iron manifolds to LTs.

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Thanks for the advice..

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KDT did you see a large rwhp jump when you went with the Kooks? If I wanted to lower my IAT's would I be better off going to a AFCO or Steeds exchanger or going to a meth injection instead? Next year I would like to go with 4.10's , 1 piece drive shaft, LT's and a better exchanger.. I would be totally amped to get into the 11's
I installed my headers before I got my supercharger. They did make a noticeable increase in power but more so in mid range torque. On a supercharged car they seem to be worth about 15rwhp and 10-15ftlbs rwtq over the cast iron manifolds. The headers also help a little at lowering the IATs, at least that's what my tuner told me. The lightweight driveshaft is great. That has been one of my best mods. I could feel a difference as soon as I pulled out of the driveway with it. The upgraded heat exchanger will definitely be a plus but meth injection will drop the IATs better than anything. Once you get that blower you will quickly find out that you don't need a very low gear with the 3650 trans. A 3:73 is all I would want. 1st gear in the stock 3650 is pretty low. With 3:73s, 1st gear goes extremely quick on a blown car. I had to put drag radials on mine to control it. I personally don't want anything lower. It's just not needed. I can run 11s all day long like it sits.

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Thanks KDT for the reply. Well then maybe next year I'll go with 3.73's, AFCO heat exchanger with dual fans, and a 1 piece drive shaft.. There is so many 1 piece shafts on the market, I would like to find one that is a complete drop in unit.. I am running a stock UCA with a J&M Hotparts LCA's.. Should I go with a adjustable UCA? Thanks everybody for the advice..

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