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post #16 of 33 (permalink) Old 03-22-2011 Thread Starter
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o alright thanks and what does the supercharger replace i will still need my plenum and everything right?

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Same one i got

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really how come?
Thought it was going to be a lot faster and my blower leaks
wish i would of gone pro-charged.

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If you got 4K to spend, I have to say sell your car and buy a Terminator...4K would be about 1/2 of what you need for a supercharger/install/tune and supporting mods.
The trick flow kits are still sold, check out their website or Summitt or LMRS...
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Thought it was going to be a lot faster and my blower leaks
wish i would of gone pro-charged.
You have to really crank the boost up to about 12 to get any real results...also running E85 makes a huge improvement...I think the leaks can be fixed with a rebuild, but I know your pain, if I had mine to do over I'd have gone turbo.
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BlackWidow, you'll have to forgive 2manystangs, he believes that everyone in the world should "Buy a termi". That's his answer for everything.
post #22 of 33 (permalink) Old 03-22-2011 Thread Starter
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It's aight I got to much done to my gt to get a termi anyway I ordered the trick flow kit and later be getting bottom end kit and a tvs kit but for now I'm good for this summer but like I asked before does anyone know what a s/c replaces do I still ness my plenum and stuff
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It's aight I got to much done to my gt to get a termi anyway I ordered the trick flow kit and later be getting bottom end kit and a tvs kit but for now I'm good for this summer but like I asked before does anyone know what a s/c replaces do I still ness my plenum and stuff
I have gone to the websites and looked around and cant get you a good answer.

www.procharger.com

Look up the contact info and give them a call. I think this is about the best setup on the market for a supercharger kit.

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I wil give them a call tonight I was thinking the tvs setup cause I got a good deal on one
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does anyone have any experience with ram clutches
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3.73 or 4.10 for street?
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3.73 or 4.10 for street?
4.10 you should be fine.

Also buy the ford racing gear.

this is the cheapest you will find it.

http://www.buyfordracing.com/shop/pr...461&cPath=3_37

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How would 4.10 be on the highway? I don't go to the track often.
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i have catless xpipe and magnaflow cat back wuth the 4.10 on the highway at 70mph will i b going deff lol i drive highway everyday.
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With that money I would honestly forget what everyone is saying. Do yourself a favor now and start building your engine. There is no point in making 500 horse if your car can only run it for 5,000 miles. I think you should get heads and cams (2,500) and then with the rest of the money get forged rods and pistons. Then you wont have to worry about anything , and you will be able to get a lot of power without blowing your engine.


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