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M-6007-X302 Power Adder

I have read in the manual that a power adder will void the warranty on this motor. Cool, warranty has expired.

Looking for a supercharger, does anyone have any recommendations??


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I have read in the manual that a power adder will void the warranty on this motor. Cool, warranty has expired.

Looking for a supercharger, does anyone have any recommendations??


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I have this one on my ‘95 and it was good for 109 rear horsepower. It was about $1k cheaper when I bought it 6-7 years ago. This kit will put you around 400 wheel horsepower. I’m using the FMU and t-Rex in-line pump that is supplied with the kit. I did get a tune though, which was needed so fit that into the budget. The kit comes with an fmu diaphragm that you can use with 24# injectors. But, you’ll still need a tune. If you bought large injectors you wouldn’t need the fmu but you’d still need a tune. Don’t sweat the not having an intercooler. I’ve beat on mine at the track on some mega hot and muggy days and all is well. Once again, the tune is key. You don’t want to fool around with forced induction without being tuned for it. I wouldn’t fool with the 5-6 psi kit either, shoot for the 6-10 psi.

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I have this one on my ‘95 and it was good for 109 rear horsepower. It was about $1k cheaper when I bought it 6-7 years ago. This kit will put you around 400 wheel horsepower. I’m using the FMU and t-Rex in-line pump that is supplied with the kit. I did get a tune though, which was needed so fit that into the budget. The kit comes with an fmu diaphragm that you can use with 24# injectors. But, you’ll still need a tune. If you bought large injectors you wouldn’t need the fmu but you’d still need a tune. Don’t sweat the not having an intercooler. I’ve beat on mine at the track on some mega hot and muggy days and all is well. Once again, the tune is key. You don’t want to fool around with forced induction without being tuned for it. I wouldn’t fool with the 5-6 psi kit either, shoot for the 6-10 psi.

https://lmr.com/item/VOR-4FA218040L/...ch-Supercharge


Sweet! And copy the tune and 6-10 psi.


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Is this a manual transmission? If so, you might need a stronger clutch.
Also, you might have to fab some stuff up since the kit is made for a foxbody. Possibly where the air tract goes into the fender. Stuff like that.
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Is this a manual transmission? If so, you might need a stronger clutch.
Also, you might have to fab some stuff up since the kit is made for a foxbody. Possibly where the air tract goes into the fender. Stuff like that.


It’s an auto - Performance Auto Street Smart (450 HP). 9” rear.
Is there a better option for a 65 frame?


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Is this a manual transmission? If so, you might need a stronger clutch.
Also, you might have to fab some stuff up since the kit is made for a foxbody. Possibly where the air tract goes into the fender. Stuff like that.


It’s an auto - Performance Auto Street Smart (450 HP). 9” rear.
Is there a better option for a 65 frame?


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I’m not certain if there’s a kit for a ‘65 to where you’ll be able to follow the install instructions to a T. There’s a carbureted version.. https://vortechsuperchargers.com/pro...12374941990998
Skim the install instructions for the foxbody and see if you think you can make it work. It might not be that big of a deal.
https://vortechsuperchargers.com/pag...lation-manuals
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one thing you MUST consider when adding a power adder to an engine not specifically designed for one is piston ring end gap. Adding boost or NOS makes more heat in the cylinder and much of that transfers to the piston and rings and "could" cause the piston to lose adequate clearance and seize and or cause the rings to butt and break pistons. Yes miles cause rings to wear and gaps to increase "some". BUT if it's not enough , piston damage "could " occur despite a "perfect tune".
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one thing you MUST consider when adding a power adder to an engine not specifically designed for one is piston ring end gap. Adding boost or NOS makes more heat in the cylinder and much of that transfers to the piston and rings and "could" cause the piston to lose adequate clearance and seize and or cause the rings to butt and break pistons. Yes miles cause rings to wear and gaps to increase "some". BUT if it's not enough , piston damage "could " occur despite a "perfect tune".

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Is this a manual transmission? If so, you might need a stronger clutch.
Also, you might have to fab some stuff up since the kit is made for a foxbody. Possibly where the air tract goes into the fender. Stuff like that.


It’s an auto - Performance Auto Street Smart (450 HP). 9” rear.
Is there a better option for a 65 frame?


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I’m not certain if there’s a kit for a ‘65 to where you’ll be able to follow the install instructions to a T. There’s a carbureted version.. https://vortechsuperchargers.com/pro...12374941990998
Skim the install instructions for the foxbody and see if you think you can make it work. It might not be that big of a deal.
https://vortechsuperchargers.com/pag...lation-manuals
The 94/95 kit has an alternator relocation bracket that you may or may not need. Maybe look at those instructions too.
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The 94/95 kit has an alternator relocation bracket that you may or may not need. Maybe look at those instructions too.


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The 94/95 kit has an alternator relocation bracket that you may or may not need. Maybe look at those instructions too.


Wow, this is rapidly getting out of hand...


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It generally always does.
Especially when starting with Frankenstein.
For example, the ‘93 and the ‘94 mustang have the same exact engine but they make two different supercharger kits. The head units are the same, just not the bracketry.

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It generally always does.
Especially when starting with Frankenstein.
For example, the ‘93 and the ‘94 mustang have the same exact engine but they make two different supercharger kits. The head units are the same, just not the bracketry.


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It generally always does.
Especially when starting with Frankenstein.
For example, the ‘93 and the ‘94 mustang have the same exact engine but they make two different supercharger kits. The head units are the same, just not the bracketry.
Um, ick

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The 94/95 kit has an alternator relocation bracket that you may or may not need. Maybe look at those instructions too.

The Foxbody kit relocates the alternator too.The supercharger head unit moves into the alternator's position then the smog pump sits below it & then the alternator moves below the smog pump.The below diagrams show the difference.



#1= 94-95 5.0 accessory/bracket position
#2= 87-93 5.0 accessory/bracket position
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I’m not sure what you have going on for fans and radiator, but on mine clearance is pretty tight between the crank pulley and the fan. I can barely get my hand between. So if it’s “tight” now that’s something to think about as well.

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