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Old 10-21-2005
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I was lookin on ebay last night and found http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Eaton...QQcmdZViewItem
Not too sure what else i'd need but I know its gotta be a lot more then that to completely the SC setup. What ya guys think?
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how have a better chance getting an Explorer Express S/C kit

cause thats JUST the charger, you need a new intake manifold, injectors, upgraded MAF, intake tubbing, Belt, um...thats all i can think of right now
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don't get the explorer express, it's only an m62, not as big as an m90. look over on RPS where I beleive Doug (bamachips) and Brian Mcklevey (sp?) have installed this in a truck. if you think it's a simple bolt on etc it's not. if you want bolt on go with explorer express, but again I wouldn't recomend it.
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a roots stile blower on a 4.0L ranger there is major problems of ping and predetonation because you cant run a cooler. just a thought....
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why cant u run a cooler?
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no one has made one. thats why. I'm sure it can be done but after spending 4000k on a s/c kit who has extra money to spend on fabbing up an intercooler as well?
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no one has made one. thats why. I'm sure it can be done but after spending 4000k on a s/c kit who has extra money to spend on fabbing up an intercooler as well?
Exactlty. IT took a long time but they finally came out with an affordable ($500) intercooler for the Pontiac Grand Prix GTP..
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actually to prevent pinging you can run a h2o/alchol injection set up if you don't want to mess piping up an intercooler. btw i have an m90 laying around with top if anyone wants it.

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don't get the explorer express, it's only an m62, not as big as an m90. look over on RPS where I beleive Doug (bamachips) and Brian Mcklevey (sp?) have installed this in a truck. if you think it's a simple bolt on etc it's not. if you want bolt on go with explorer express, but again I wouldn't recomend it.

Why not buddy? Who wouldnt want this SOUND

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Exactlty. IT took a long time but they finally came out with an affordable ($500) intercooler for the Pontiac Grand Prix GTP..
I built one for the EE kit.... I have it in my hands now!!! I never had a problem with detonation without the cooler, if you have a good tuner, you dont have to run an intercooler... Vortch offers one, but doesnt sell them with every kit!!!
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I have a how-to build up on an M90 for the OHV, its from Brian who built one. I plan on doing it myself. Its not just a simple bolt on but its worth it. It takes a bit work, especially to the fuel management system, actually a whole new one. It does not need to run a cooler either. You can keep the stock injectors as long as you keep it at or under 10 psi. The whole build up is going to run me around $700. If any of you are interested in send me a PM.

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