We are able to keep costs down by designing around the Eaton M90 3rd generation supercharger that was used in the Ford T-Bird “supercoupe” from 1989 to 1995. The inlet (must) be the oval as in late 1995 Ford went to a rectangular that is (not) “compatible” with this kit.
Q: Have you installed an aftermarket pulley onto your truck (or has anybody else that you know of) in order to get more boost? I'd love to know what the results were if it has been done. Jan-17-06
A) No after market pulley yet! Want to get 80mm GT Maf & 30 lb injectors plus a good tune first! Will then experiment with more boost pressure, as that is when detonation will be a problem. The SOHC has high compression thus water/alcohol injection may be needed around 6 lbs and greater.
Q: What do i need for my 97 4.0L ? Dec-19-05
A: Currently we only support the SOHC 4.0. Sometimes an OHV manifold shows up on ebay. There is more work required as you need fuel pump, injectors, etc.
Q: Hi there, I am considering treating my Ranger to this modification. I'd be interested in a kit such as this one but for the 4th generation supercharger. Any chance you know what the Ford part number is on these units? Can you give me an idea of what your installation kit would cost if I were to go with the 4th generation supercharger? Thanks, Mike Dec-10-05
A: Mike, The 4th generation is about 3/4 inch longer and there may not be enough room between firewall and inlet for the intake assemble on the ranger. There is more clearance in the explorer and new mustang. I don't want to tackle this one right now. They say the new mustang supercharger setup for the 2004 & 2005 4.0 will not fit either. regards, Ron
Q: I have a 01 Ford Explorer Sport with a 4.0 SOHC v6. Ok my question is, will this supercharger fit under the hood with out any hood modifications? (The Stock Hood) Nov-18-05
A: If you measure from the center of the pulley torward the firewall 8 inches. Then lay a straight edge across the fender with hood open. If you have 6 inches or more to the top of the lower part of the valve cover, you should have clearance to close stock hood.