V6 Superchargers

Discussion in '94-04 - V6 Specific' started by V6 Wannabe, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. V6 Wannabe

    V6 Wannabe Well-Known Member

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    I was lookin into gettin a supercharger for my car and stumbled across the Procharger. Allegedly it brings the HP from stock to 270 at 11PSI. Is this safe on a stock block? Ive heard the v6 blocks are tough but i'm not sure exactly how tough. Any input would be appreciated.
     
  2. Lightning Struck

    Lightning Struck Well-Known Member

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    I'm guessing that is with the intercooler, the ATI kits are very efficient and with a proper tune and the cooler to keep those temps down you should be fine as long as you don't get over greedy with the boost level.
     
  3. Kiljosh

    Kiljosh Well-Known Member

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    The key with any type of forced induction is the tune. A good tune will never let you down but a half assed generic will blow your motor...

    I have heard the v6 can do 11psi with a good tune. Dont expect it to last very long under hard abuse though. I would aim for a 6-8 psi kit on stock internals for a daily driver.
     
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    my procharger is hittin 11psi and will be on the dyno in a week or 2 so i can see what she makes
     
  5. 94gtstang50

    94gtstang50 Well-Known Member

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    I have a stock super coupe blower for sale. Comes with a lower intake manifold, injectors, some pipeing and the harness for it. Not sure if it would work on the stang 3.8 though.
     
  6. identity_Crisis

    identity_Crisis Well-Known Member

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    the sc i s a direct swap to the 3.8's
     
  7. atlantic98stang

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    How much do u want for it???
     
  8. 94gtstang50

    94gtstang50 Well-Known Member

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    like $350 as long as shipping isn't too much. I can take some pics of it for you.
     
  9. atlantic98stang

    atlantic98stang Well-Known Member

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    would it inclue all necessary parts to just bolt it up??? pics would be nice...i might be interested if i dont have to go out and buy anything else for it...
     
  10. 94gtstang50

    94gtstang50 Well-Known Member

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    you need some of the piping for it, but this price is including the lower intake manifold. Its an Eaton blower btw.
     
  11. atlantic98stang

    atlantic98stang Well-Known Member

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    im looking for a complete Eaton m90 with all parts required to bolt it up...thanks though
     
  12. V6Sprout

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    the Procharger is a great blower, 270 RWHP is very safe with a good tune, people have up to 450 RWHP on a stock hile mileage motor, so yeah its all in the tune. I have installed all types of blowers on the V6 and the procharger is a good setup, not too hard to install and the intercooler is great.
     
  13. identity_Crisis

    identity_Crisis Well-Known Member

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    i second the procharger i just did mine and well let me tell ya it was a damn joke to install so easy and smooth