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Old 03-05-2006, 18:34   #1 (permalink)
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Supercharger for a Stage II Roush Mustang

My uncle has 2 Mustangs. One of them is a 2000 Roush Stage II. He wants to add a 9-lb Roots-type Supercharger to his Roush Mustang. He does not know how to use computers and I don't know anything about Mustangs, so please if anyone can direct me to all the options available, I will surely appreciate it.
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Old 03-18-2006, 06:40   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Supercharger for a Stage II Roush Mustang

AntiochusIII, a supercharger would greatly increase the performance of the Roush Stang. To be comfortable with and satisfied with any upgrades, I recommend a professional install or someone who knows what they're doing. Superchargers are not that dificult to install. They just require a little patience and knowledge of the engine compartment and functionality of its components with some modification of OEM parts. For the Stang to function properly with the Supercharger, the computer needs to be programmed for the extra air and fuel consumption. Again, I recommend a professional who knows how to do this. You will need to also purchase and Air/Fuel ratio meter to gather required data unless the professional programmer has one on hand at his shop to include a dyno. Good luck with your upgrade.
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