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Old 03-10-2010
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M112 Supercharger for 3.0L

So idk if this has been done before or is even possible but I have a Eaton M112 Supercharger at my house in the shop and was thinkin about puttin it on my 03 3.0L ranger, I know ppl put the M90's on there so y not a M112?....I know there's alot to be done but just curiose bc I'm seriously thinkin about doin this..so if anybody hasn't any idea about like internals or anything I'll need to make this thing work..feel free to comment...I was thinkin like head studs, pistons to drop the compression, maybe injectors and a different fuel deleivery setup or something, just a couple things.
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Tom Morana makes an intake manifold for an M112, for 450$. do it. he's a real helpful guy.
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i saw the intake manifold on the website...i was just wonderin if anybody has done it....so i would know what kind of internals to do?
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Check out RangerPowerSports. Supercharging a 3.0 is much more common over there. I agree lower the compression would help, but you might be alright with stock if your only going to run 6 pounds or so of boost. I think you'll run into more troubles with compression and street gas when you start boosting over 10 pounds. Definately going to need larger injectors and probably a higher volume fuel pump to feed them.
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yea thats what i was thinkin...im prolly gonna do head studs just in case i want to go into more boost..so thats already out of the way.
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I'd definitely do the head studs. But from what I've read I've seen multiple people run a whipple on RPS supercharged registry at like 10-12lbs on stock internals. So its all up to you on how much you wanna put in it.
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Alright thanks for the help.
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