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it only takes about a day to do. I think the hardest part would be tapping the oil pan for the oil feed line. Other than that it's pretty easy.
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Well the Vortech is a centrifugal and it bolts onto the accessory bracket and has it's own idler pulleys and I think the kit comes with a belt too. So you would get it all included in the kit.
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"so i wouldnt have to buy any pulleys, belts or anything else like that"

No, just place it ontop of the motor and use some zipp ties or the rubber bands that come on the broccoli stalks you get at the supermarket.

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Thomas said:
it only takes about a day to do.
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Hmmmmmmmmm........ is that all??? :zdunno:

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that's what I've heard from most people who install them.
 

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oh yeah he'd need a custom intake tube. Well ross made a pretty nice ghetto one that I bet took only a few minutes.
 

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Does Vortech make a supercharger specifically for our cars?
 

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Carlover007 said:
Does Vortech make a supercharger specifically for our cars?
I think a more appropriate question would be if anybody makes anything specific for our cars. But, there is no specific kit for a MN12, you have to modify one from a Mustang.

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That's what I was trying to ask - What kit do most people use for the Vortech? (V8 what year Mustang?) Because I just like the way it looks. :D
 

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<img src=http://members.tccoa.com/seabass55/cardone.jpg>

99 gt motor in a 96 tbird.

Note the custom intake tube. Also part of the fan shroud needs to be cut, and part of the radiator rail on top needed to be remove.

If you look close the coil pack on the left side of the picture, the coil pack is zip tied to the intake.

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JustinH said:
99 gt motor in a 96 tbird.

Note the custom intake tube. Also part of the fan shroud needs to be cut, and part of the radiator rail on top needed to be remove.

If you look close the coil pack on the left side of the picture, the coil pack is zip tied to the intake.

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Were you able to install all that in one day???

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Kris Danner did the setup on my car.

I was able to drive the car off the car hauler into my garage and admire his handy work though.

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justin H..what ETs are u running with that car...looks awsome...whats the power ratings?....
 

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It made 333.8/305.9 untuned. It should pick up a few ponies when one of the SCT guru's get to tune it on the dyno this summer.

As for ET's, I figure it's about a 15 second flat car :D
 

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JustinH said:
As for ET's, I figure it's about a 15 second flat car :D
In good air... ;) :D

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Now I know that would be easier on a 96-97 t-bird or cougar cause of the little bubble in the hoods. Would that fit on a 94-95?? I am going to probably get the Bullet intake like that in the pic, but I'm scared to do so cause I don't think hood clearence is doable. Even if it isn't cleared, I'd just cut the hood like this guys cougar

I think I'm going to try to go with the Kenne Bell s/c just cause I like the roots style blowers.

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