Vortech Supercharger Kit Polished 8Lb V-3 Sl Si-Trim 5.0L 1986-1993

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Vortech Supercharger Kit Polished 8Lb V-3 Sl Si-Trim 5.0L 1986-1993
Vortech Supercharger Kit Polished 8Lb V-3 Sl Si-Trim 5.0L 1986-1993 Vortech Supercharger Kit Polished 8Lb V-3 Sl Si-Trim 5.0L 1986-1993
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Product Description

Vortech Polished Finish 8LB V-3 SL Si-Trim Supercharger Kit for all 1986-1993 5.0 Liter Mustangs.

This 7-9 Lb. of boost, V-3 SL Si-Trim Supercharger Kit is sure to satisfy your need for speed. Bolting on a supercharger yields instant results. This kit will increase the factory 5.0 Liter engine's horsepower from 225 to 331 and the torque from 275 to 358 ft/lb. This kit is also 50-State Smog Legal.

Kit Includes:
- Aluminum and Steel Mounting Plates
- Aluminum 8-Rib Crankshaft Pulley
- Supercharger Head Unit
- T-Rex Fuel Pump Kit
- MSD Timing Ignition Box
- Inlet Elbow and Hose
- Plastic Filter Shield with Vortech Logo
- Aluminum Discharge Tube
- Bosch Blow Off Valve
- Supercharger Belt Tensioner with Pulley
- Supercharger 8-Rib Belt
- K&N Air Filter
- FMU Assembly with Fuel Lines
- Chrome Upper Radiator Hose Extension
- Alternator Stay Brace
- Inlet and Discharge Couplers with Clamps
- All required mounting hardware and fittings
- Instructions

Supercharger Technical Info
Head Unit ModelOil Lines Required?Noise LevelMax CFMPeak Efficiency
V-1 T-TrimYesLoud120073 %
V-2 SQ Si-TrimYesQuiet115078 %
V-3 SL Si-TrimNoQuiet115078 %
V-2 SQ SCi-TrimYesQuiet105075 %
V-3 SL SCi-TrimNoQuiet105075 %


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Will this work with Speed density system?

Asked by: Baconfat
No. Speed density at boost will register below sea level. 
Answered by: 88 blue mustang
Date published: 2015-10-28
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