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Old 09-24-2017, 11:19 PM   #1
 
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Default VMP TVS M90 upgrade.

VMP 1.9L TVS upgrade kit for 05-10 Roush Stage 3 &

This would be badass to swap out a gen5 for this unit.

1.9L TVS would be killer as a direct bolt on replacement.

I bet it would come close to 450whp on e85 with a baby s1x cam and stock heads non ic'd.

Add a bigger cam and IC and it would be one bad ass SC'd 3800.
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OR you could just turbo it and make more power for far less.
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Gm needs to come back out with a mass produced car with a tvs on it. Then in 10 years, we will be able to buy these blowers for $50 again.
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OR you could just turbo it and make more power for far less.
that blower would cost less and be easier.

yes 2k is alot bit it is a badass blower.

plus whats not to love about a direct bolt on m90 replacememt.

Disclaimer yes ill agree a used cheapo turbo kit would likely cost less.

Say one didnt want to go through all the drama of using used parts and getting who knows what this would be a stout option even with 100% stock egine id just pulley it down and feed the bitch some corn and let it eat.

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The configuration of the throttle body has me thinking....I assume the stock M90 is the same way. Would it swap directly onto a L67?

If so, then that M90 with the side throttle body and L67 should be perfect for a G-body (or F-body) RWD swap.
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The configuration of the throttle body has me thinking....I assume the stock M90 is the same way. Would it swap directly onto a L67?

If so, then that M90 with the side throttle body and L67 should be perfect for a G-body (or F-body) RWD swap.
there is an elbow on the blower in the pic. the actual supercharger case inlet is 90 degrees from the rotor pack.
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is it a GM m90 bolt pattern?
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is it a GM m90 bolt pattern?
Id sure think so M90 is M90 no? sure looks like it.

Send VMP a gen5 gasket id be willing to bet they are the same
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Looks like a similar blower case to mine, nowhere near close to the bolt pattern of a 3800 m90
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smaller 1.7 not 2.3 like yours
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It's the VMP TVS that Roush Stage 3 and 427R owners have been waiting for! As they say, "Dynamite comes in small packages". M90 supercharger owners know that there was only so much they could get out of that blower. So, VMP and the engineering team set out to create a package that was a direct, bolt on replacement for the M90, knowing that the key to greater output was greater input. That's why so much attention was paid to the porting of the massive inlet area. This baby can breathe! Couple it with a VMP Port Matched high flow elbow and you're ready to rock. We have elbows that accept both stock GT throttle bodies as well as GT500 bolt pattern throttle bodies. Pulleys range from 69mm to 85mm for up to 15psi of boost. Smaller sizes available in 8-rib, an OD balancer can be used for even more boost. Up to 250 rwhp gains are possible depending on modifications and boost levels.
Whether you have a factory Roush car or a Mustang GT with the Roush blower added, you will now be able to take advantage of the latest TVS supercharging technology. The VMP 1.9L TVS uses the latest in Q-port inlet design for maximum flow. The higher-efficiency TVS rotorpack is less prone to heat soak than the older generation roots blowers.
To take full advantage of the higher-flow of the TVS supercharger the kit will utilize a driver side inlet and come with all necessary parts.
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Case looks identical to mine highly doubt it's would directly bolt on
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Not every m90 ever made was the same bolt pattern
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The 2.3 is also a direct swap with the 1.9 it's an upgrade for the older tvs mustangs
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Yes I realize they made different M90 cases but i still think this one will fit. I dunno.

I have never seen any 2.3 blower claimed to be a direct m90 replacement.

Ive only seen the 2.3 blowers to be a direct replacement for the 1st gen GT500 Eatons.
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2.3 is a direct 1.9 replacement
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What size M case is it then?

M112 M122 ? I dont get why the 1.7 wont fit if its a M90 replacement.
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If not same bolt pattern... just go turbo...

save your self the head ache... and $$$ ... and make more power
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i had all that and bailed before it ever got used because trans parts are almost non existent anymore.

I was hoping this would be a simple bolt on solution for an easy reasonable 330/350ish whp with out going full retard.

guess not.
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You can make a safe 330-350whp with a modest turbo kit and a completely stock motor. Can be extremely cheap if you use the stock crossover (which can easily support 350hp) and make your own IC piping/downpipe/crossover flange. The most expensive thing would be a reliable turbo, but you could still do it HELLA cheap with an Ebay turbo. I'd bet you could do it all provided you have the tools to cut/weld everything yourself for ~$600. A stock trans with a shift kit could take it for a while, probably just as long as it would with a blower making the same power. Except you don't have all of that wasted power turning a blower/heater.

It was a good thought though, the whole blower that doesn't even come close to bolting on.

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Article says direct replacement for gen5 M90 apparently eaton has different size M90 cases.

I would expect the M90, M112, and M122 to have different size case but when it says direct M90 bolt on replacement id still like to see this 1.7 TVS next to a Gen5 off a 3800.
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Here's everybody years later after I was gauging interest on adapters all of a sudden talking about it, lol.
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Here's everybody years later after I was gauging interest on adapters all of a sudden talking about it, lol.
Because its not a heaton.
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Because its not a heaton.
Who the hell do you think makes the TVS blowers? It's exactly the same series SC I was talking about with my original adapter plate. The M122 being the budget option, the TVS 2300 being the more efficient option. VMP just makes very slightly different cases for the eaton rotor packs, they have a version of the 2300 as well.
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