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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-17-2008, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
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Help it if it fit

Hello everyone

I have found a Eaton Supercharger Model 112 from a SVT Cobra.
Can this work on my T-Bird 94 with 4,6L engine?

What can i need more if this can work?

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No, it will not work with your stock heads.

You need the Cobra's DOHC heads, intake, and upper plenum to use the M112.

Sorry, mate.

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Okey.
Thank you for the infomation do i know

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-18-2008, 06:52 AM
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It could possibly work, but it would involve a major amount of aluminum fabrication/welding. Plus the 94 heads are the worst 4.6L heads out there being very restrictive.

Since you have the 94 with the aluminum intake, you basically cut a hole in the top of the manifold and then weld a plate onto it to match the supercharger outlet. There's a LOT of fabrication work, but mainly just aluminum milling, grinding and welding.
I'm even pretty sure someone on here already did something like that years ago. I just can't remember who; Frankencougie maybe?

But just my opinion but on a stock early 4.6L, I don’t think the gains would be worth the fabrication nightmare.

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There is an intake now to install the 03-04 Cobra blowers on 99-04 Mustang GT, so with a P.I. head swap, or intake adapters, its possible ... just a lot of work still.

http://shop.torktech.com/99-04gtsupe...ablower-1.aspx


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