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Does anyone know of a supercharger kit for the Fox mustangs that does NOT require the addition of a cowl induction hood?
 

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Every time I looked at a kit it always said requires a cowl induction hood. Maybe Im trippin? Im in the market for a power adder but want to keep my stock appearance.
 

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Maybe a 6-71 roots style supercharger or something along those lines would, but with a centrifugal supercharger (Vortech, Paxton, Procharger) you should not need a cowl hood.
 

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Often what makes a cowl hood necessary are heads or rockers. Typically you'll need taller valve covers to clear roller rockers, the taller VC's turn in to clearance issues with the throttle linkage so an intake spacer is required. Intake spacer raises the upper intake which may contact the hood when you close it. Therefore a cowl hood is required for clearance. It all depends on your setup. I'm Kenne Bell supercharged with a stock hood. No issues.
 
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