V8 mustangs are small potatoes to most SSEi'* in stock form. That'* a topic for a different section though. I've been up against dozens at the track with both of my cars.
Back on topic:
Originally Posted by SPEED ADICTIONS
you said (Painting that supercharger the way you did is actually hurting performance) its not painted its been chrome plated, inside and out. the inlet was ported to the 75.5 and the outlet was ported. the only reson the snout was not plated i didnt not have the keyed snout when i was at the chrome shop!
Recieved via PM, but needs to be posted here for all (that'* the idea of a Forum).
That'* even worse. You've destroyed the ability of the supercharger housing to dissipate heat.
And plating the INSIDE? Tolerances are pretty tight in there. I sure hope you took the plating thickness into account after you measured the OD of each rotor assembly.
The rough finish of the supercharger increases surface area and allows the supercharger to cool more quickly.