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94/95 mustang powerdyne ins.

I am in need to the installation instructions for the 94/95 mustang GT powerdyne supercharger install

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My suggestion, you need a time machine...

I did find a PDF file for the kit 86-93 kits.. that might help you out.

https://www.superchargerforums.com/a...1a52-pdf.2825/


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Old GT40P Combo: 271rwhp & 303rwtq

New Combo: 308 rwhp 315tq N/A
-Neil Erickson (Midwest Induction) race ported GT40P's
-Neil Erickson Spec'd Custom Cam
-Ported Edelbrock RPM Intake
-Tweecer RT + Zeitronix WB
-NOS 05115 kit with 150 shot jets
Tons of other mods.. from LT's, to 10-1/2" bullits..ect..
Reach my goal of 300+rwhp NA, and now I'm aiming low 12's
Should have the dyno numbers in a couple weeks

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found this for a 94 -95 models... you need to work on your "GOOGLE-FOO" skills...

https://s1133.photobucket.com/user/r...0Manual?page=1

1995 GT

Old GT40P Combo: 271rwhp & 303rwtq

New Combo: 308 rwhp 315tq N/A
-Neil Erickson (Midwest Induction) race ported GT40P's
-Neil Erickson Spec'd Custom Cam
-Ported Edelbrock RPM Intake
-Tweecer RT + Zeitronix WB
-NOS 05115 kit with 150 shot jets
Tons of other mods.. from LT's, to 10-1/2" bullits..ect..
Reach my goal of 300+rwhp NA, and now I'm aiming low 12's
Should have the dyno numbers in a couple weeks

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I'm really trying to figure out how exactly the alternator mounts at the bottom there and how the triangular shaped bracket mounts
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Even some detailed pics of someone ls would help
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Found this googling
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The triangle plate bolts to the head then the blower bracket bolts to it using spacers the one bolt screw into the head the other bolt get a nut on the back it goes in the notch of the head
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There are 3 bolt holes on the triangle bracket. The bracket should be oriented where there's a hole close to the thermostat housing lining up with a hole in the head, one towards the motor mount and one hole towards the fender lined up with a 2nd head hole.

a. Install a long bolt, threads facing the radiator thru the bottom hole (towards motor mount) of the bracket.
b. Then install the bracket to cylinder head and secure with a bolt into the hole closet to the thermostat housing.
c. Then install a long spacer--slide onto the long bolt (a).
d. Then, tricky part: install front plate using bolt (a) & nut to hold it in place loosely, position the 2nd long spacer on the triangle bracket's 3rd hole (closest to the fender) WHILE inserting a long bolt thru the front plate, thru that spacer, thru the triangle bracket into the cylinder head.

That order is bolt --> front plate-->spacer-->triangle bracket-->cylinder head.

e. tighten the 2 bolts & nut. The nut may spin its bolt, so I use a flat screwdriver to hold the bolt head side in place from spinning.

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Now for the alternator:

Hole towards the fender is simple, square ear of alt against the front plate via bolt. BUT add a washer between the ear and front plate, that optimizes the belt angle!
The other alt hole uses a short spacer and order is
bolt-->front plate --> spacer --> alt round ear --> engine mount bracket (od 1/2" wide strip metal piece --> nut)

YOU WILL NEED to clock the alternator so the 1-wire points toward the thermostat housing.



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Don't forget to get some teflon lined internal belts.

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