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    89 SC blower on a 95 SHO!!!

    Hey all,

    I asked a ford tech buddy of mine about this and he told me that someone had already done this with a saleen mustang. So I figure what the hell I can do it to my sho. Does anyone know of a company that will custom build a lower intake for this application? I think Wilson makes them but they are more strip only (I think). Also does anyone know of someone that has done this (or something similar) or maybe a tech article? If I remember correctly, I think a sho has a compression ratio of 9.5:1 on a 95. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. I'm not worried about compression being too high because I have the complete intercooler as well. I also have a set of #30's off the SC but I don't think they'll be big enough for my application. I know I'll have to relocate all pullies to drive the blower. This I think I can talk to March about. Any and all constructive comments are welcome.

    Thanks

    Mike

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    first

    where do you plan on puttyng it. Next the pluming would be too much money, and third you have a high compression engine.
    to benefit you need to lower the compression.

    I am not sure if they have other bolt on S/C systems, but try SHO times to see.

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    I thinkt it would be very benifical to do it. They have super chargers, turbos, and nitrous kits for the sho but I think it would be ten times as cool to have a roots style M90 blower on it! Their is a guy on shofourms.com that has already done this. I'll have to get ahold of him. I know that this kind of mod will be very tough but I want to do it sooooo bad.

    Mike

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    I'd put a turbo on it. Would make much more power at the same boost levels.

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    Hey, how's it going. Good to see another guy from Nebraska. Where are you located.

    If you just slap a M90 on your SHO, you'll blow the bottom end out very quickly!

    Thomas

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    I thinkn Vortech has a kit for them, Check out www.spmotorsports.com they also have SC stuff, including nitrous

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    Originally posted by Thomas A
    Hey, how's it going. Good to see another guy from Nebraska. Where are you located.

    I'm from Clarkson (near Norfolk). Did you go to the last meet in Nov. or when ever it was? I was planning on going but never made it. Hopefully I'll make the next one.

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    Originally posted by black99lightnin
    I'd put a turbo on it. Would make much more power at the same boost levels.
    They don't make turbos for sho's (as I just found out). You can do a custom job but it'd cost as much to put on a M90.

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    Thanks for all the replies guys. I saw an article of a guy that has done this same mod. He dumped some major $$$ in it though. I'm gonna purge this idea and just go n20 powered!


    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADSC View Post
    I thinkn Vortech has a kit for them, Check out www.spmotorsports.com they also have SC stuff, including nitrous
    SP Motorsports has lots of Lotus race cars for rent. I didn't come across any SC stuff or any other aftermarket parts for other stuff either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air2Mud View Post
    I didn't come across any SC stuff or any other aftermarket parts for other stuff either.
    The SC was a bit more popular 16 yrs. ago Guessing they've altered their business model a bit.

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