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post #1 of 8 Old 08-23-2008, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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supercoupe m90 on a mustang

has anyone heard about a shaft modification to the m90 that would allow the charger and lower intake to bolt right up to the mustang 3.8 in 94-98 models and use the factory serpentine belt and if so have any details on or about it?

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swap a whole tbird motor into the stang, add duals, get it tuned, wave to the bolt on 04 down GTs as you pass them


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Never heard of anyone doing it in this scenario. I know eaton sells custom shafts and I have seriously considered this with a m112 for my 5.0. I've seen a few web pages with the M112 to 5.0 swap in progress but haven't seen any completed using that method.
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Yeah, it's easier in the 94-98 motors, but what most people will tell you, is that you should just purchase the whole motor. The M90 isn't exactly a direct bolt-on. For the 99-04 guys, there are now M112 kits available for a very reasonable price.
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You could get a quick-change pulley with an extended hub like I did.

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You could get a quick-change pulley with an extended hub like I did.

How far can you extend it? Got a link for that?

BTW I have a m90 in real good shape I might want to sell.
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I don't need M90's. I think they're undersized. That's an MP112 in the pics. And the pulley was custom made by AmericanSupercharger on eBay.
http://stores.ebay.com/American-Supe...Q3amesstQQtZkm

Also, I wouldn't extend it more than 2" like I did. And I wouldn't even do that without some kind of support. It's very hard on the snout bearings. I am using a Vortech race strut with a custom made crank pulley. The other end of the brace attaches to the front of the supercharger shaft. Giving support on BOTH sides of the pulley. It prolongs snout bearing life and also front main bearing life.



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Yeah I figured you'd have to support it like KB does.

As for the size it depends on what your goals are. I was planning on low boost, and the bigger blower would eat up too much HP to drive it if your are only running 6-8#s.

Thanks for the link!
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