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The procharger is new, and so are all the other parts they are replacing. Power labs has to fabricate the mounts for the supercharger since no one makes a supercharger for my truck. Parts are running 5k and 800 for the labor and tune. 300 is for Uncle Sam. They were actually the cheapest. Sts wanted 7k out the door and another shop here wanted 8-9 to make a twin screw work in my truck.
Did gotts mod, did a series 50 flowmaster with 3in pipes, edge cs tuner which after the procharger is installed will be nothin but a set of gauges. Leveling kit aftermarket rims and 33" tires. Put in a touch screen navigation stereo in for good measure.
Oooh, you should tell them to sell the mounts they have to fab up to make it work as a kit. I'd pay a grand for the parts needed.
The superchargers just bolt right up to the 5.4. The 4.6 doesn't have a ready-fit bolt-on s/c when it's in the truck. The Mustang 4.6 intake and throttlebody are different, so a mustang s/c won't bolt right in either.
I'm not sure about how much stuff they will have to fab to make it work. They have a guy that does all their gas stuff at power labs. He said he has done this before on a 4.6 like mine. I will take plenty of pictures of the charger, mounts and what not. That way all the 4.6 guys can see how it was done. He said the procharger will take a week or two to come in and then another few days to install. So it will be a few weeks before I get some pics up.