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Old 09-11-2004, 08:47 PM   #21
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Nope a 112 is huge, I think it'* used in the V8 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning pickup (which haulls a$$). I'm just going to make a random assumption here, But I bet it'* 112ci.
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the M112 he was referring to was a unit that Intense ports the M90 housing and builds it to hold M112 rotors so its a larger unit that blows more psi and a higher volume of air.
But its EXPENSIVE and you have to ship Intense youre supercharger for who knows how long
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OHHHH kay now i get it, thanks for clearing that up now back to your regularly scheduled program.
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Yep, the lightnings hold the M112 SC, one sweeet piece of machinery right there
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Isnt it on the cobras too?
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the M112 he was referring to was a unit that Intense ports the M90 housing and builds it to hold M112 rotors so its a larger unit that blows more psi and a higher volume of air.
But its EXPENSIVE and you have to ship Intense youre supercharger for who knows how long
No, your thinking of ZZP which ports the m90 case and uses the mp112 rotors in it and calls it the m112 hybrid. INTENSE sells the standard Eaton MP112 which is used on things such as the lightning and cobra I believe.

http://www.intense-racing.com/Mercha...tegory_Code=IF
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