Polished Trilogy Supercharger

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I finished polishing the Trilogy Brett ported while the FB built trans was shipped and the engine was being built. Dyno within the next week or so. This is Ken's car, last Marauder off the assembly line. I pulled the bracket, tensioner and IAC off today to work on those. Enjoy!











 

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Definitely looks good...Nice work.
Who's Ken?
Hey Zexy! Ken is nh muscle on mm.net. He had collector car insurance and they covered the 15k+ for all work on his blown Aluminator. So he's having all this done while it was being rebuilt.
 

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ken has the last marauder ever built!plus its a silver.looks good .
 

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It looks awesome!

Retarded question.... where did that blower came from? Is that Ford Racing or did it came from a Mustang?

Like I said sorry for the stupid question :D
 

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It looks awesome!

Retarded question.... where did that blower came from? Is that Ford Racing or did it came from a Mustang?

Like I said sorry for the stupid question :D
Trilogy supercharger from Trilogy Motorsports. Built by Magnuson for Trilogy. It was designed for the Mercury Marauder. Was supposed to be a factory option in 2005 if I recall. Trilogy refused to put Ford Racings name on it too if I recall correctly.
 

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Oh wow that is so nice!

And is that better than a eaton? What I liked about it is that it has the air inlet facing to the drivers side, that way there is no need to relocate batteries.

Are they still on prduction?
Where to get one?
 

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Similar to the Eaton and there was a twin screw option also. There was 250 kits made and they are no longer in production. Another nice feature is that the Accufab SBTB goes right on without any changes. Like it was made for it.
 

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