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Conversation Between ghostrider and willycavs10
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  1. willycavs10
    05-08-2009 10:38 AM - permalink
    hahaha gotta love it, well would i need a spacer if i put a supercharger off of a mustang or maurader? its the same 4.6 triton. or does the spacer only apply for the 5.4l supercharger
  2. ghostrider
    05-08-2009 10:37 AM - permalink
    The only difference in the 4.6 and the 5.4 is stroke and deck height. Everything else will just bolt up (heads, headers, everything) same bore same heads
  3. ghostrider
    05-08-2009 10:33 AM - permalink
    As far as bolt placement the spacers will take care of that, coolant resivoir I already have that, and the radiator is the same. But know I am thinking about just changing the 4.6 out for a 5.4 since I am having hell finding the spacers and my machine shop just gave me the price on having one made ($$$$$$).
  4. willycavs10
    05-07-2009 09:41 AM - permalink
    so whats the process, ur taking the lightning supercharger for the 5.4 and all u need is a spacer to make it work? what about bolt placement, coolant resivoir, and radiator?
  5. ghostrider
    04-14-2009 12:28 PM - permalink
    I am going with a lightning charger all I have left to find is the spacers for inbetween the heads and intake. Due to the difference in deck heights. A mustang kit would work with some fab work, but there are f150 specific kits out there expect about 3 grand. Thats the reason I am going with a Lightning kit and the spacers I am expecting about 375 horse and 415 lbs of tq and only have about a grand into it. I will also be keeping the 5 speed. so you never know. Good luck
  6. willycavs10
    04-07-2009 01:32 PM - permalink
    where would i be able to fine a supercharger for the 4.6l? and how much would i expect to be paying for it? would a bolt on off of a mustang work?

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