Apparantly it's the whole deal, comes with throttle body and maf and intercooler. I know this has been asked alot but how much more would I need to spend and or need plus this to achieve this on my six?
Check out vmptuning.com He has a deal on a tune that is already set up to run the supercoupe engine in our mustangs that would essentially be plug and play. Think it runs like 2-300 dollars, and then you can do further dyno tuning afterwards if you wanted. Easiest way would be to take your entire engine out, and then put the entire supercoupe engine in. I would suggest getting an aftermarket intercooler and exhaust since those were the weak points of the motor.I hear you need a tune though or it dumps too much fuel? So tuners are pretty expensive and no dynos around here that I know of. Any way around this?
What year is it from? If you can, the 94/95 are the best due to a slightly higher compression (8.7 vs 8.5), a better m90 on top (due to porting) and they also have a windage tray to slightly strengthen the bottom end (connecting main caps). Pretty much all of the supercoupe engines are good for what you want to do, but the 87 supercoupe was known to have some crankshaft issues. So try to stick away from that one. 400-450 for an entire set up isn't bad, so long as it has all the parts you need.Around 400-450 negot.
Technically you could add this to a split port by making an adapter plate. But you are going through the trouble of making an adapter plate anyways for a m112, so most people go with that.I heard there is a way to add this blower to the split port