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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 01:16 PM Thread Starter
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found my next project! eaton m90 supercharger

now this is cool!....definately not for the 385....but for most daily drivers this would be great!....I seen a few different makes with efi converted with this too!...these supposedly will put out 10psi, not sure with what size pulley but cool nontheless. these things are few hundred bucks on ebay. I like the idea he modified it to fit the carbed 5.0!...I'm thinking the m112 would be a bit better myself.

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seems like Ive seen vids on youtube with 3 of those SCs on a Lightning.

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seems like Ive seen vids on youtube with 3 of those SCs on a Lightning.

Damn.......talk about overkill??.....i'd be happy with just one hell!

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Big enough for us?

Yeah Smasher, but for what engine with just one ? Thought you were again on the 385. Someone might be happy with it, but boost to a 385 series would be low. There's just not the efficeincy in that bower to spin it fast. It would give some low end grunt, maybe. Would be great on a riding mower engine lol. , maybe some 4 bangers. Just to add, I do own 3 turbo cars too -SVO-Talon TSI AWD -A4 1.8t. Me likes boost. Tres...

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Yeah Smasher, but for what engine with just one ? Thought you were again on the 385. Someone might be happy with it, but boost to a 385 series would be low. There's just not the efficeincy in that bower to spin it fast. It would give some low end grunt, maybe. Would be great on a riding mower engine lol. , maybe some 4 bangers. Just to add, I do own 3 turbo cars too -SVO-Talon TSI AWD -A4 1.8t. Me likes boost. Tres...
No (first post)........definately doesn't have enough steam for the 385's....but for something around 5.0 liters are smaller it would sure be a kick in the pants I figure!.....I just thought it was cool seeing it hanging off the side of this guys 5.0!....

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Those things are all over the place in the salvage yards around here.
I seen 4 of them all untouched in the same yard a few weeks ago.

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I happen to have this laying around and might be willing to part with it if your interested. It was remanned by Ford 20k miles before the car was T-boned. It was a buddy's fathers car so I know the mileage is accurate.

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