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    HJP0313 New Member

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    Okay I've decided I'm going to do H/C/I. I'd like to install a supercharger after. But would like to drive it awhile before I do the supercharger. This is the super charger I'd be going with. http://www.americanmuscle.com/mustang-vortech-supercharger-8693v8.html

    I'm not sure which set up. I was thinking either Trick Flow twisted wedges or AFR 165s or 185s? Probably an E303 cam. And I'm really not sure on the intake.
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    88LX5.Oh Advanced Member

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    I wouldn't worry about going too extreme with the top end. You can push enough boost through a stock top end to still split the block.

    Can't go wrong with Trickflow or AFR's so just whichever you find a better deal on.
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    HJP0313 New Member

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    Would you go 165s or 185s?
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    If its a stock bottom end you will have to do the 165's because of valve clearance.

    Joe
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    HJP0313 New Member

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    Yes it is A stock bottom end. I thought I had heard that some where.
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    84Ttop They make new pistons every day, so why worry? SN Certified Technician Mod Dude

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    The TFS heads and TFS stage one cam is always a good combo for us. Has produced multiple 10 sec street cars with a blower
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    A5literMan Mustang Master

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    The easiest way is the tfs track heat kit. Then add the supporting mods ie maf,inj,fuel pump,etc that will support both (n/a & s/c)
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    yep, remember that when building an engine you need to take a systems approach for best results.
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    84Ttop They make new pistons every day, so why worry? SN Certified Technician Mod Dude

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    ^^ Exactly, all of the components need to work well together! That is the key.
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    Are you on a strict budget whats with the e cam?
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    84Ttop They make new pistons every day, so why worry? SN Certified Technician Mod Dude

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    The e cam has actually proven to work very well with a blower even as old and antiquated as it may seem. There are much better options out there but the e cam for a budget does work well.
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