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Thread: Looking for Rebuilt SuperCharge for - 1990 T-Bird

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    Looking for Rebuilt SuperCharge for - 1990 T-Bird

    Also looking for 2 Window regulator/motors. Any help or referrals? Thank you

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    I have a SC that is not rebuilt but it is a good one. No play and no noise.
    $100 plus shipping
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmcbchief View Post
    I have a SC that is not rebuilt but it is a good one. No play and no noise.
    $100 plus shipping
    For 150 more I can rebuild it for 350 it will come powdercoated any color you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by davec73 View Post
    For 150 more I can rebuild it for 350 it will come powdercoated any color you want
    Wouldn't that then be $250?

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    I think he is saying for 250 it will be rebuilt and another 100 it will be powder coated any color he chooses for a total of 350.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scskydivin View Post
    Wouldn't that then be $250?
    250 with a rebuild 350 powdercoated
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    aaaaaahhh..... That makes sense.

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    Interested in the SC

    Quote Originally Posted by nmcbchief View Post
    I have a SC that is not rebuilt but it is a good one. No play and no noise.
    $100 plus shipping


    I am interestd, where are you located? Just to make sure it is complete with the pulley extension? I have had a few without the "nose" section

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    Timeframe to rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by davec73 View Post
    For 150 more I can rebuild it for 350 it will come powdercoated any color you want
    What is the timeframe for rebuild?

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    I have a rebuilt fully ported early model blower $225 shipped complete with inlet
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    Quote Originally Posted by StvsBrd View Post
    I am interestd, where are you located? Just to make sure it is complete with the pulley extension? I have had a few without the "nose" section
    Yes it is complete. Do you need it with or without a pulley? I also have the inlet with a stock throttle body you can have it all for $100 plus shipping from 62910(Southern Illinois).
    Last edited by nmcbchief; 03-13-2012 at 04:54 PM.
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    please contact via rivers.eliz@gmail.com

    Quote Originally Posted by XxSlowpokexX View Post
    I have a rebuilt fully ported early model blower $225 shipped complete with inlet
    not real familiar with the term "early model". Will it fit my 90 SC without an issue. The inlet I would assume is the pulley section.

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    please reply to rivers.eliz@gmail.com

    Quote Originally Posted by nmcbchief View Post
    Yes it is complete. Do you need it with or without a pulley? I also have the inlet with a stock throttle body you can have it all for $100 plus shipping from 62910(Southern Illinois).
    Yes I do need the pulley section also.

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    Early model blowers have an oval inlet and non coated rotors which can be found on 89-93sc's the late model blower are on 94-95sc's and have a rectangle port for an inlet and the rotors are coated. The late models perform better.

    Hope that helps

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    225 shipped for a ported rebuilt blower is a steal i no way you will get a better deal especially shipped from newyork to cali shipping alone will prob 75.00
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