Aussiespeed have designed and manufactured a range of Ford 6 cylinder Crossflow Alloy head engine supercharger kits and components.
The kit pictured above can be purchased with what ever components you require, from a belt to a complete kit incling a satin finish or polished supercharger.
This picture is of a mock up of the first kit to suit the Ford xflow 250 engine.
The donor car we used to develop the kit and test and trial fit was a 1986 Ford Fairlane. It was fitted with fuel injection, power steering as well as air conditioning and cruise control.Getting every thing to fit in without having to modify the strut/ shocker tower was a challange.
From where we started to where we finished was what it was all about, offer the worlds largest ranges of inline 6 cylinder supercharger kits that can be used with a wide range of superchargers.
We have designed the kit so it can be run on engines both with and without power steering, There is no mods required to standard fan belts.
A 10mm hole needs to be drilled into the power steering pump bracket, this is for the snout support that is included in the supercharger kit.
The manifold is drilled and tapped for the I bolt rod end that the manifold support fits to. A 10mm hole needs to be drilled into the engine mount bracket.
The manifold support is available from Aussiespeed it is a laser cut steel bar that is pre drilled.
The Aussiespeed Ford 250 crossflow supercharger manifold can be purchased as a raw casting for the DIY guys or fully machined ready to bolt on. With the AS0510 adapter plate an M90 eaton supercharger can be fitted.
The distributor cap requires the female style cap and plug leads.
Ready to be bolted on the kit with hardware, drive, fasteners, crank pulley, chemically bonded harmonic balancer and manifold.
Some simple assembly is required. Aussiespeed can supply new or rebuilt superchargers with the kit.
Fitted with an M90 Commodore supercharger engine bay clearance is a real problem.