BBK Instacharger on a 97 Explorer 4.0l OHV
Still running stock injectors, pressure regulator, fuel pump, and AFM.
next weekend I'll be installing the Lightning 90mm AFM, 42# injectors, Pressure regulator, Warbol 255 LPH furl pump, and a tune thanks to Henson Performance.
2002 Supercharged Ford Ranger
Check out http://www.youtube.com/user/MotionAutoTv,
Life has been very busy but very good for me!
How-To Install a ProCharger Supercharger
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to install an
ATI ProCharger Supercharger on a 2008
Ford Mustang GT. Special
appearance from ATI ProCharger's Nick Schmidt.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/Mustang-Supercharger/
Ranger 4.0 SUPERCHARGED
3800 Pontiac Supercharger adapted to fit
an OHV ford 4.0 motor, it develops 3-4 PSI with a 3.2 inch pulley. It uses
the stock 4.0 lower intake and fuel rail. The ECM is stock, it uses the
stock throttle body, MAF, and Idle Air Control. The stock EGR system has
been adapted to fit and there is no Check Engine Light.
Forced Induction - Supercharger vs. Turbo Charger
This video was made to describe in moderate detail the differences between
Superchargers and turbo Chargers, as well as describing the
components, advantages, and disadvantages to each. Complementing the
speaking track is a slideshow of related pictures and videos. I hope this
video helps some of you curious up and coming mechanics to better
understand methods of forced induction. Please comment maturely, and
2003 Supercharged Ford Explorer Sport
This is my 2003 Explorer Sport with an M90 Eaton blower. Install kit from
RP Caster/Banshee Supercharger. 30 pound
injectors, K&N filter, Gibson Exhaust
and tune from Rouge Performance. Installation by Robs Performance in
Belleville NJ. Much firmer shift points, excellent throttle response.
Fluid MotorUnion Dyno Tunes Scott's Twin-Turbo Explorer
The following video has been created to showcase the new sound and fury
behind what started out as a stock 2006 Ford Explorer with the 4.6L Modular
V8 motor. What started as an idea for a rear-mount turbo kit turned into an in-bay, twin-turbo setup that carved new pathways for those
looking for forced induction solutions on the Explorer. As it hadn't been
done before, there was a great amount of research and design effort that
went into this build, and we're happy that the tuning is basically finished
at this point. A few small hiccups sprouted up along the way, but we
remained determined to knock those gremlins out, which we eventually did.
From there, all it was was a matter of refining the tune to get everything
where we wanted it. The second the car was making the sound and power we
wanted, we grabbed the Handycam, and this is the result.
Final power numbers are right around 314 all wheel horsepower, which is 6 under
the awhp rating for a Lamborghini Gallardo. Not too shabby for an
automatic transmission and a composite intake manifold. You may notice the
power is a bit under the 400 awhp rating; we kept the tune a bit more mild,
as it's a daily driver and he wasn't in a hunt for the maximum allowable
power. And for those of you who noticed that only the rear wheels are
moving even though it's all-wheel drive, our Dyno Dynamics Dyno was not working well with
the Explorer's AWD system, so we ran it through the rear. Even though the
front wheels are disconnected, the engine's power still goes through the
transfer case, so the loss is closer to an AWD car than a RWD car, hence
our description of 'awhp.' Enjoy the video and the corresponding Dyno graph, which we've included
a link to below!