Weiand has a variety of supercharger replacement components and accessories to help make your next repair/upgrade as simple as possible. They developed the first ever aluminum intake manifold in 1937 and thirty years later they developed complete blower drives for the GMC 6-71 supercharger, Today they are still at the forefront of intake manifold and blower development as well as high flow water pumps. To make more power you have to get more air to your engine. Look to Weiand as your power source!
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Can you provide a list of all parts required to install your supercharger on a stock 1988 Gt with 24 lb Ford Racing Injectors . Everything from pulleys to the wiring ECU ect. Do you sell everything or can you advise vendors? Thanks Mark Wirtz.
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