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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-18-2010 Thread Starter
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Eaton mp60 supercharger compatibility with a 2003 Mustang GT

My friend has a eaton mp 60 supercharger and all the other little things. I was wondering if the blower was compatible with the 4.6.

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I dont know of a mp 60 s/c. But in general eatons dont go on gt's or worth the hassel. The m90 isnt even worth it but is possible to customize onto a gt. and the m112 from the 03/04 cobra's will bolt up with a tork tek kit but after you spend the money on the kit, you should just drop a little extra and get a new kit that will make better hp, or even buy a used kit that'll blow away the m112. What did the "mp 60" come off of? maybe that'll help narrow it down.


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Easest think to do is just Google "Eaton M60" and you'll see that most applications were for GM cars. Sure wouldn't bother with a blower that small.
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Lol, I never really thought about it came off of. It came from a Tiburon, which now that i think about it does make sense that it would be too small. Sorry about the thread!
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