FRPP 99-04 GT Blower Kit

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  1. Mr GT 02

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    YEa so I was reading a article about the FRPP GT blower. and I cant seem to find any site that sells this kit. I even checked FRPP site and no luck....

    Where can i POSSIBLY get this kit? I am think it is much cheaper than any other blower kit....?
     
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    yeah, there was a pretty hot thread going about that blower but the crash put an end to it. Hang out for a while though, someone will see your thread and chime in w/all kinds of good info
     
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    just call a place that sells the kit for the 96-98's and tell them you want the pi version. its out and i think its in the 05 frpp catalog, but not on the website yet...downs ford seams to be the cheapest place i've seen so far..@2200 for the blower and 925 for the install kit...do a search..we were just talking about this the other day on here...
     
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    Tune, Injectors, and Fuel pump is all you need to install it. This was like a 250 page thread lol
     
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    I think with the install kit it came out to 3100 or something and it wont produce nearly as much power as a vortech, procharger or kb will for almost the same price.
     
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    I was able to search the FRPP site by part number (from the article) and it came up. I don't have it in front of me now or I'd give a link.They listed it for $2,450 if I remember correctly. I have heard there is an install kit also which may run a few hundred.
     
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    I think it said 85rwhp in the article.. Something like 6 psi.. KB is like 106 non intercooled at 6 psi.
     
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    if thats the case, get the blower for 2200...pick up some used 30#er's and a focus fuel pump...out of the classifieds and go get a nice dyno tune....should be less than 3000 total...not bad for everyday reliability.
     
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    that kit is for mustangs up to 1998 not 99 and up. I talked to frpp and they told me they are still working on one for 99 and up. Call them.
     
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    the kit is now available, was just an article in mmff..
     
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    Yea.....thought the article was really good. Considering most people here already have the mods they listed with maybe the exception of the forged crank, rod & pistons, along with the 70mm throttle body, long tube headers, and they added a smaller blower pulley they put out I believe around 405hp & 417lb-ft of torque at 8.9psi. Maybe it's just me but I don't think that's too bad of a kit.
     
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    Yes, but those number are a little deceiving. For example, they used a FAST system with like 23* of timing. A street cat can never handle that much. Plus they had no mass air meter, an electric water pump and a smaller pulley.
    Im thinking an average street car would make about 350 rwhp.
     
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    I have the mmff issue and called ford racing and they told me that was a kit for 4.6 2 valve 1998 and older. I even gave them the part number.

    (pn m-6066-m463)

    :shrug: :fuss: :bang:
     
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    Centri? Twin Screw?

    Who makes it?
     
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    oohsoobad is correct the numbers are very decieving in the article. first of all they used the FAST system, then the a/f is at 13:1 and time is at 23 degrees of timing. the combination of 13:1 a/f and 23 degrees of timing in a motor thats actually in a car would result in a popped 2v. without a load on the motor a much more aggressive tune can be had resulting in inflatted hp numbers. the blower is an eaton M90. 350 is probably around right oohsoobad, if not alittle generous. personally i believe if you dont want to build a new motor, and what a blower just give a little bit more of a power increase then this blower would be perfect for you. with a good tune and 6-8lbs. of boost a motor could run forever i believe. just my 2 cents
     
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    could you throw it on an otherwise stock engine( beside fuel pump injectors and tune) and get a smaller pulley so it has about 8-9 psi? would that be safe without all that forged stuff?
     
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    how many company's don't have a clue to what other branches are doing..this is ford we are talking about....i bet when you call frpp for a parts question they just forward you to some shmuck who is in a parts warehouse.

    mmff got this blower from somewhere, i don't think they pulled it out of there arse!


    i remember someone saying you can put the parts # into the search on the frpp website and it comes up...haven't tried it yet...


    JUST TRIED IT AND ITS ON THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    tried it didnt work with pn m-6066-m463, then did the search on frpp website with m-6066-m463 and i got it. $2,450.
     
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    I wouldn't recommend not having forged internals if your planning on running the 8.9 psi reliably. That's the whole reason they did in the first place.
     
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