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Boy, I'm tempted. They sure make it sound safe on the engine too. I think I just need somebody who knows a lot more than I do (most of you) to convince me it's not gonna hurt my engine and the rest of the car will work fine with it.

http://www.vortecheng.com/yourcar/01mustang_bullitt.html

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Funny,
Anyone see any info on the "chip" required to make this Bullitt Big Block system work?
Past experience I know you have to have this in order to fly. FMU's and superchargers are NOT an easy match, given many variables, i.e. gas, weather in your area, like putting a carb in line with your fuel injection system. I've spoke with "Steeda on this specifically, they utilize a chip to make the system work.

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Typically the Superchip Vortech burns for it's chargers are very conservative. And considering we can't use an FMU, it's the only affordable way to go. Keep the boost down to a reasonable amount(10psi) and you shouldn't have troubles. The Bullitt kit comes with plenty of injector and fuel pump, so I assume it will be fine. I'll let you next week when mine is done(crosses fingers).

I had one on my 99 S281 for 2 years without any trouble at all. There are some differences between that motor and the Bullitt but it shouldn't have an adverse effect. Actually the extra 1/2 point of compression on the 2001s may be a challenge.

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