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New Centrif supercharger for 4.0 SOHC mustang

Thats right the V6 mustang just got blown, its the same motor as us 4.0 guys



http://www.procharger.com/2005_v6mustang.shtml

I assume it works for the ranger also.
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400 ponys... not bad. i think our battery will be in the way tho... id like to see it installed on a ranger.

i wonder how well the composite intake will hold up to 7-9 psi
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7 psi I would not be concerned, get up around 10-15 and I would be nervous, yeah our battery should be in the way, the inlet pipe could be relocated.
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Why not switch the battery to the other side where the stock intake is? I have see other people put second batterys there.
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7 psi I would not be concerned, get up around 10-15 and I would be nervous, yeah our battery should be in the way, the inlet pipe could be relocated.

9 is pretty close to 10
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gotta love the mustang for what is doing for the Rangers.
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watch the program for the mustang is 100% different. and also there instalation kit isnt the same for a ranger. and watch then dont give a rats *** about the ranger.

and nothing materializes....I HOPE that doesnt happen...
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Would the intake get enough air on the right instead of the left?
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^Why wouldn't it?
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lol

ya it better, and it should
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Yeah, that would suck butt! There isn't any reason Doug couldn't work something up for us though :)
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yeah doug could definately help out for us. he knws hs crap.

and its 400 possible ponys for the stage 2. I wonder if the mustang 4.0s have a timing chain fix we could use? from what doug said, thats the weak link on our engines at about 300rwhp


soooo sick though.
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was just thinking that the stock location has the inlet... and half asleep.
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Dude, that would look so sweet in my engine bay....
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Dude, that would look so sweet in my engine bay....
Sure would. in mine too.
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gotta love the mustang for what is doing for the Rangers.
Yall are welcome <bows down>
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any idea of how much this thing will cost?
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I want to know, I want it! I bet it will be pricey.
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I just ordered one! (alright so i lied)

but i'll go ahead and mention that i too would like to see it in my engine bay, lol.

EDIT: Here's the other pic of it, for those that don't want to load another webpage, or whatever...



just a front shot instead..
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looks great in that yellow v-6 mustang. Now i know exactly how my engine bay will look :)
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NEARLY 400hp..

And they didnt say RWHP... So im guessing the 20% drivetrain loss.

320RWHP MAYBE! lol.. With stage 2..
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so what would be the difference with that and the EE charger and the setup jason allen had?
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only thing that worries me is if our engine bay is big enough to fit the extra stuff...mustang engine bays are a little longer i would imagine to accomodate the V8 in the GT's....Rangers might have clearance issues getting this kit to fit! But man would that be sweet if it does. SOMEONE call for a price quote! im too lazy, haha.
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"so what would be the difference with that and the EE charger and the setup jason allen had?"

Innercooling a Centrifigual setup is MUCH easier then a Roots type setup. After condensing the aircharge, the air is heated. This hurts the energy or burn of the cylinder, thus loosing power and detonation occures easilier.

Using a non-roots setup with all the tubing, you can mount an innercooler and run Plumbing to it.. cool off the incoming air charge ( Temperature ) . This will help in regaining power your trying to make.

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