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The short answer is, you will basically need an entire Super Coupe engine to do the swap.
It is not bolt on and go. The entire engine set up is different.
Really short answer: It won't work.
 

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The short answer is, you will basically need an entire Super Coupe engine to do the swap.
It is not bolt on and go. The entire engine set up is different.
Really short answer: It won't work.
Yeah buying that would be almost as bad as buying a 5L mark to mod -_-
 

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Hey at least this guy asked before he bought the supercharger, that last one got screwed...
 

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I was thinking the same thing David.
Let all be aware: always ask experts (or atleast people who know) if you are unsure!
 

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I don't understand. Will it only work on the 97-98 single ports or what? I thought it was a complete set up there.:?:
 

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The SC's heads are different than the 94-95 stang and 96-98 stang. You also need the complete front dress, accessories, brackets, etc. Lots of little stuff. You will need a computer and harness swap, or major splicing and eec tuning.
 

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why are they different?
 

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94 95 stang heads have different cooling passages and 1 less intake bolt.

96 98 stang heads have the same coolant passages as the SC, but smaller diameter intake bolts and 1 less bolt again.

Without the proper number and diameter bolts, the boost will probably blow out the thin paper SC intake gasket.
 
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