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Mk1 capri twincharged
#11

The charger is of a merc slk. It's an m62 Eaton. The magnetic pulley has been removed and a solid one in its place


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1974 mk1 capri
Compound Twincharged
H1C Holset + Eaton m62
Ms3 pro ecu, full sequential
Bo 2.5 cam, 5.5 crowers
Aquamist hfs3 direct port WMI.
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#12

Quote:Originally posted by craigory:


The charger is off a <font color=brown>Merc SLK</font>. It's an M62 Eaton.

That doesn't sound like yer typical/cheap J/Y "find". :eek:
Placerville, California
(former)  '78 2.3T Courier w/blow-thru Autolite 2bbl carb ~ (current)  '87 2.3T Ranger w/PiMP’d EFI
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#13

I think that's the same super that ohc230 has used in past builds and spoke about it on many threads... Is that where you got the idea from? I always wanted to do both a turbo and super in He future ever since I saw that crazy Chevy with multiple turbos and a giant super on it.. Always wondered if it would won't on the 2.3L let us know how it goes when you start it up I'm really interested in the results!
1990 2.3L N/A Mustang
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#14

Haven't seen (or looked for) anything specific on this forum regarding supercharging but I will need general 2.3 info down the line maybe.
I supercharged the 2.3s cousin, a 2.0 16v YB cosworth before with an m45 charger. That's where the ideas coming from.
1974 mk1 capri
Compound Twincharged
H1C Holset + Eaton m62
Ms3 pro ecu, full sequential
Bo 2.5 cam, 5.5 crowers
Aquamist hfs3 direct port WMI.
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#15

Wow love the thinking outside the box here!
Brian Rasey
88Ranger 2.6 Talldeck
83 Tbird 5.0
16 F150 5.0
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#16

I've seen some diesels running sc/tc setups, and there were a few kits for twin turbos feeding the eaton on the terminators. I think those kits were called the hell raiser. I'd love to do something like this in a little rock crawler buggy.
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#17

Quote:Originally posted by TurboRay:
Quote:Originally posted by craigory:


[b] The charger is off a <font color=brown>Merc SLK</font>. It's an M62 Eaton.
That doesn't sound like yer typical/cheap J/Y "find". :eek: [/b]
3-400 on evilbay
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#18

Quote:Originally posted by Mavereq:
Quote:Originally posted by TurboRay:
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Quote:Originally posted by craigory:


[b] The charger is off a <font color=brown>Merc SLK</font>. It's an M62 Eaton.
That doesn't sound like yer typical/cheap J/Y "find". :eek: [/b]
3-400 on evilbay [/b]
There's a trick to eBay shopping and it's to search for something that's misspelled or even mislisted.. (is that a word!?) I found this "kompressor" for 200 bucks.
In Germany this is exactly what it would be known as...
1974 mk1 capri
Compound Twincharged
H1C Holset + Eaton m62
Ms3 pro ecu, full sequential
Bo 2.5 cam, 5.5 crowers
Aquamist hfs3 direct port WMI.
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#19

Some crower rods, stud and nut kit and a 1035 gasket should hold up pretty decent right?
I'm gonna have a lot of torque very quickly.
1974 mk1 capri
Compound Twincharged
H1C Holset + Eaton m62
Ms3 pro ecu, full sequential
Bo 2.5 cam, 5.5 crowers
Aquamist hfs3 direct port WMI.
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#20

Craig, even a 8993 gasket will hold up with a GOOD tune. It can also act as a 'fusible link' if something does go wrong.
And in true TF fashion, they're a lot cheaper...lol Wink
(2) 84.5 TurboGT 'verts/84.5 TurboGT hatch/(3) 86 SVOs
86 LX 2.3 (project Ratstang)/04 SVT Focus #1276
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