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Old 07-10-2011, 11:57 AM
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Anything that is made for the Mustang will fit the Cougar, and there is a front clip available.

http://www.mustangandfords.com/techa...uspension.html

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awesome! that will dramatically change the potential direction of this project. So the Aston set up seems to be the most logical way to mount the superchargers while effectively intercooling the air flow. They have all those great engineers so I'm sure they know what their doing. Now I'm trying to decipher how they mounted the S/C to handle all that turning thrust. Maybe a rig attached to the head bolts, or maybe a bracket from the intake.

This guy here did a great job on his m90 project http://www.britishv8.org/articles/mg...percharger.htm he made his own intake to mount the S/C right on top

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This is what I'd do..........

Mount the superchargers upside down with the discharge vertical and the drive snouts replaced to shorten the overall length. Fab up some brackets to mount the superchargers on each side of the engine and use the pullies to run each at 5 psi each. Fab up some plenums with the discharge pipes for the outlets of superchargers. Direct flow to front mounted intercooler, with intake on the sides and a top mounted outlet which then goes to the carburetor bonnet.
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I would probably make a pair of Paxton style mounting brackets that use the bolts on the front of the m90 case to bolt to the heads,and then put a few tubes off the back and bottom to other points on the motor to finish it off
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So I've take your advice guys and started drawing up rough templates out of cardboard. I did some drawing in my book first about how I wanted things oriented. Then started cutting out cardboard pieces for a more 3-D image of whats going on.

Here some pics, I want to use the lowROLLERchevy idea about using the front bolts to mount the S/C to the Heads. and the rear inlet can be supported by some header bolts.

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hmm. after some further thinking, mounting the superchargers how lowROLLERChevy suggested might not work. The supercharger oil is contained between the turning gears and snout with NO gasket by the front bolts, so adding a bracket to that might cause leaks because of vibration. I prefer to stay with the original intention of the Eaton designers and use the mounting bolts on the sides of the supercharger housing somehow.
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When you remove the snout, clean the mating surfaces with acetone and a lint-free cloth, then apply a THIN bead (1/16" or so) of loctite 518 (or permatex 51813) to the flange on the charger.

That will keep the oil in, and vibration won't affect it since it cures to a flexible gasket.

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Studding the area and using one set of nuts to hold the case together, and another set to hold the m90 to the bracket will also help.
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thats a good idea, I'll take that into consideration in my design. I'm going to the steel mil today to pick up some plates. How thick do you think the plates have to be to support the S/C. Each one is at least 35 pounds and their going to be under high rpm torque.

I'm still dancing around with a few ideas about the mounting orientation though.
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When you remove the snout, clean the mating surfaces with acetone and a lint-free cloth, then apply a THIN bead (1/16" or so) of loctite 518 (or permatex 51813) to the flange on the charger.

That will keep the oil in, and vibration won't affect it since it cures to a flexible gasket.

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haha welcome to the forum! thank you for the info!
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I would say 3/16 or 10 gauge (.1875 or .140) Since the mounting plates are attached on the same axis as the rotational force you dont need much, Once you get some sort of a side or rear bracket that bolts to the intake / exhaust bolts it wont go anyplace.
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okay I went to M&K Steel Mill and got a hold of some 10 gauge steel plates I'm going to finalize the templates and trace them onto to the steel using an awl.

Since the snout has a sump the allows the blade gears to sit in the oil and kinda offset, I'm going to have to make the bracket work somehow. Maybe a cut it out or on the front side of the snout.
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here's another guy who put the juice on the 302...

http://youtu.be/MZ05_qkp5Yc
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Hmmm.......looks familiar. Hehehe
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IS THAT U CLEANSPEED!!!!! *%@*ing awesome man! u rule, this is gonna be fun, any vids of it driving?
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