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03-11-2011, 11:06 PM #1

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tcranger
Junior Member
i have a 1986 ford ranger with the 2.3 i got a supercharger off a super
Join Date: Feb 2011 coupe that i want to put on it. i've seen on guy on here has done it.
Posts: 64 http://www.members.shaw.ca/rabello/p16.htm
Vehicle Year: 1988 and a 1986
Vehicle Make: ford
Vehicle Model: ranger i read as much as i could but why cant the throttle body stay in the stock
I use this vehicle for: sunday location he has his before the supercharger but why not after? my turbo
go ta meetins ranger is (i know it doesn't makeboost at idle.... but neither does a super
Rep Power: 16 charger) a supercharger just builds boost right away instead of spooling.

really the only thing different from his to mine is that he has mass air flow
and i do not. which i don't know if that helps me or not.

any info isvery appreciated. thanks

edit: the reason for thinking of this is this is the way a paxton would be
hooked up.
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03-13-2011, 03:57 AM #2

TastySloth
Member
I don't really understand forced induction that well, so this is just a guess.

It seems that he has the throttle body in its stock location, based on the
pictures. By the description under the pictures, it seems as if he has a
second throttle body before the supercharger maybe to control the airflow
into the pump.
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Kittitas, WA I would think this could also trick the computer into thinking the truck is
Posts: 103 still n/a if the throttles work in tandem and the sensor crap is hooked up
Vehicle Year: 1998 before the supercharger.
Vehicle Make: Ford
Vehicle Model: Ranger
I use this vehicle for:
Again, I don't know that much about this kind of thing... but I thought I
Designated Dave, Braaaping would take a swing at it.
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03-13-2011, 10:27 AM #3

tcranger
Junior Member
ok thanks. i think i'm gonna hook it up with the throttle body in the stock
Join Date: Feb 2011 location with the air filter on the inlet to the supercharger. anyone
Posts: 64 disagree?? if it don't work i'll try something else. trial and error. i'll keep ya
Vehicle Year: 1988 and a 1986 posted.....
Vehicle Make: ford
Vehicle Model: ranger
I use this vehicle for: sunday
go ta meetins
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03-13-2011, 10:38 AM #4

disciplerocks
July 2011 OTOTM Winner
You better get a wideband a/f gauge. Your trial and error could end up
being chewed up pistons if you run too much air.
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Originally Posted by AllanD


Ford says (about towing not masterbation) "Don't do that!"

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I use this vehicle for: the rippin
and the tearin
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03-13-2011, 02:04 PM #5

Hahnsb2
Member
With a positive displacement blower, I believe you need the throttle body
before the blower.
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03-13-2011, 04:38 PM #6

tcranger
Junior Member
whats the difference between a positive displacement and what ever the
Join Date: Feb 2011 other option is? negative displacement? i definably am get a a/f gauge but i
Posts: 64 don't know if it will be a wideband
Vehicle Year: 1988 and a 1986
Vehicle Make: ford
Vehicle Model: ranger
I use this vehicle for: sunday
go ta meetins
Rep Power: 16

03-13-2011, 05:12 PM #7

martin
Member
If you run the throttle body after the blower you will need a decent blow off
Join Date: Aug 2007 valve or you will run the risk of ingesting the butterfly, you will also have
Location: St Bruno, Quebec an issue finding a reliable tap off for your brake booster.
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03-13-2011, 05:12 PM #8

disciplerocks
July 2011 OTOTM Winner
Quote:

Originally Posted by tcranger


i definably am get a a/f gauge but i don't know if it will be a
wideband

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If you dont get a wideband, then flush your money
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89 Bronco II XLT: 4.0, A4LD/5R55E, 1354 Doubler, 35" Baja Claws, XJ
coils, FW HP44, Tru-Trac, Spooled FW 8.8 Disc Brake, 4.56s, OBA
94 F150 XLT: 5.0 HO, OBDII, E4OD
04 Focus ZX3: Built 5.0, T5, 4 lug 7.5, Rear Discs, 3.73s
12 Focus SE: Sport & Winter Package, ST Front End
Quote:

Originally Posted by AllanD


Ford says (about towing not masterbation) "Don't do that!"

Join Date: May 2010


Location: Evansville, IN
Posts: 4,532
Vehicle Year: 1989
Vehicle Make: Ford
Vehicle Model: Bronco II XLT
I use this vehicle for: the rippin
and the tearin
Rep Power: 34

03-13-2011, 08:38 PM #9

Hahnsb2
Member
Quote:

Originally Posted by tcranger


whats the difference between a positive displacement and what
ever the other option is? negative displacement? i definably am get
a a/f gauge but i don't know if it will be a wideband

Positive displacement means it moves air any time it's spinning, air moved
is directly proportional to RPM. Centrifugal blowers and turbos need to be
spinning much faster and the air that's being moved is not directly
proportional to RPM. With the throttle before the blower, you limit how
Join Date: Aug 2007 much air it can ingest and subsequently how much air it's forcing into the
Location: Battle Ground WA engine. If the throttle is after the blower, it's trying to make max boost and
Posts: 4,417 when the throttle isn't WOT, that boost has nowhere to go. I suppose you
Vehicle Year: 88-95
Vehicle Make: Ford-Dodge could make it work with a large, properly adjusted BOV that vents the extra
Vehicle Model: BII-Dakota air to atmosphere under light throttle but then you're just complicating
I use this vehicle for: Going things even further.
where I point it-Going fast
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Don't waste money on a narrowband, they're next to useless.
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95 Dakota CC, 5.2, 5 Spd, 2WD,Turbo, Megasquirt, 3.55s, Locked

03-13-2011, 11:30 PM #10

tcranger
Junior Member
alrighty that answers my throttle body question. thanks a lot. if narrow
Join Date: Feb 2011 bands are junk what wide band is decent priced and works good?
Posts: 64
Vehicle Year: 1988 and a 1986
Vehicle Make: ford
Vehicle Model: ranger
I use this vehicle for: sunday
go ta meetins
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