FRPP 99-04 GT Blower Kit

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by Mr GT 02, May 3, 2005.

  1. Kilgore Trout

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    Huh?
     
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    mity2 I like Pro3 and all I got was this crappy CT.

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    may be someday when I have enough money saved up, they'll finally actually release one for 99+.

    Or may be 3 days after i give up and order Vortech or KB, then there will be a big thread in here goes something like this
    "FRPP Blower for 99+ is now on sale. here is partnumber 12335423"....
     
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    sorry man thats not totally true. all things being equal, tuned correctly our motors can run forever on 8psi.
     
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    it is for the 99+...it says 96-98 with pi heads or 99+ with install kit

    part number is m-6066-m463...do a search on frpp website or elsewhere.
     
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    In the old thread one guy said he had ordered the kit. He never posted back so I assume it was BS. I believe you need fuel rails, injectors and an alternator mount (and of course a tune). Was the pre-99 alt mount different. If you just need to older style mount it'd be dead easy.

    You can expect somewhere in the 300-320rwhp range.
     
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    Someone just needs to go ahead and order this thing. I imagine you are going to be paying around 2700 all said. A grand less than a Mongoose kit, significantly less powerfull, pretty darn safe though with so little boost. Might be nice for guys who dont have a ton of cash handy.

    EDIT: I just contacted John Bleakley Ford parts dept. We'll see what they have to say...
     
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    I'd be happy to be the test mule for this.. If everyone can donate some cash and someone can provide the wrench time I'll promise to document everthing here! :D :D :D
     
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    what a swell guy you are beav :D
     
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    If I were to buy one, Id skip the install kit. As I understand it, 30 lb injectors,a computer and maybe a fuel pump is included for $900. You can get new 42 lb injectors from Steeda for like $300, probably cheaper used. Fuel pumps arent too expensive. Then get a dyno tune and burn a chip specifc tune for your car...
    I also think a shot of methonal would work wonders on this setup.
    This is a nice entry level blower, however there isnt much potenial for more power. It be the perfect blower for my lil sisters auto GT.
     
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    I ordered this kit with the install from Downs ford. $2200 + $925 + 20 for shipping. UPS says it will be here Friday :banana:

    I don't think it will help you guys much though, since I have an 01 PI engine with 1996 fuel rails and alternator. I will take detailed pics for you guys though. I am also scheduled for a before and after dyno so at least you will be able to see the numbers that it puts out with a PI engine with most bolt on's.

    modular depot has a thread on this which has the install instructions in PDF if you guys want to take a look at it:

    http://members.tccoa.com/timb/Instr.pdf
     
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    I have the old 96 alternater bolted on to the Pi engine with no problems though the wiring is different, which shouldn't pose a problem for this issue. Top brackets are different though.
     
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    Thanks!!! :nice:
     
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    Yeah what do you know ? :shrug:


    :lol:

    :shrug:
     
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    mity2 I like Pro3 and all I got was this crappy CT.

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    Not available yet as far as I know. Maybe someone can email the dookies at MM and FF to see what they used.
     
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    this thread will never die! lol..that mmff article just stoked the fire, i bet this one goes longer then the one before the crash...
     
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    YES someone ordered it, although you paid 900 bucks for injectors, pump, and tune :D But thats alright man, you got all the right stuff anyways

    Let us know!
     
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    My email to that Ford Racing dealership didnt get us anywhere new. Heres the reply:

    Dave
    I`ve tried to climb this tree several times calling around to all the
    folk I could and end up the same place, confused.I`m hoping its not long
    before
    They get the bugs worked out on the install kit.From what I understand
    Eaton superchargers is the ones making it in conjuction with Ford
    racing.Keep an eye on both companies I believe Eaton will release first
    Thanks
    Wayne
     
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