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Old 11-23-2007
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Xcharger

So I am most likely going to get an Xcharger soon. How do people like them? Will the truck still be reliable or will I run in to some problems with the stock internals? I was looking in to getting some pistons for a supercharged application off of super six motorsports too, but would I really need them? Any input is appreciated, thanks.
 
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You should be fine as long as you remember to use 91 octane and if you motor doesn't have a lot of miles.
 
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Ok yea I only have 17000 miles on it and always put in 91.
 
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I was going to install a M90 with the Caster and Morse Novelties kit but I have 91K miles on my truck so I will wait until the motor goes and I through a new, built motor.
 
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what are your trucks specs?? mostly talking about the trans. Jared blew the holy hell out of his M5OD-R1HD 5speed manual shortly after this EESC install. His truck got excellent mileage on 35s and a light foot after the install too.
 
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Originally Posted by Fx4wannabe01
what are your trucks specs?? mostly talking about the trans. Jared blew the holy hell out of his M5OD-R1HD 5speed manual shortly after this EESC install. His truck got excellent mileage on 35s and a light foot after the install too.
If you are talking to me, then I ahve no idea what my tranny is haha. I think it can handle it, it is a 2006 XLT 4x4, but I don't plan on romping it all the time. I just like to know I have the power, and I will need it eventually. Also, I decided that when my tranny goes, I will just bolt a T5 on it and call it a day lol.
 
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Im lookin to put a Supercharger on my Ranger. I think i'm going to get a Eaton M90. I have a 4.0L OHV is there and place where i can get a kit?
 
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