09-08-2009, 09:30 PM
Alright, so I found a JRSC off a totalled focus locally for $850, and he says it includes "supercharger,pullies,belt,boost gauge in pod for in car". what else is needed for a jrsc? pretty much im wondering if this is a good deal, and how hard it'd be to find all the other necessary parts
..:: sleestak ::..
09-09-2009, 12:19 AM
Alternator mounting bracket (upper and lower), power steering res. bracket, new throttle cable bracket and lots of hardware and such. Do a search and see if you can track down a parts list and see how much of it he can produce.
If you need parts, or have questions you can contact Moss Motorsports: 888-888-4079
Usually you will want to talk to Keith Taber @ ext. 3019 He knows what's up with our kit and such and could probably send you a parts list as well as installation instructions and a diagram of the new belt routing.
09-09-2009, 09:03 AM
Although $850 shounds like a good start. Most of the rest will be Misc parts that are not too expensive.
You will need:
In addition to what sleestak said.
09-09-2009, 11:13 AM
The brackets are some of the most important items because they can't be found anywhere else like some of the other bolts, nuts, tubing which can be picked up at your local hardware or auto parts store. I'm not trying to discourage you but just make you aware there will be more to it than meets the eye and if done right your end cost will be more than $850. I went the used JRSC route, did my homework and am happy with the results. If you do decide to do it I would recommend that you have the blower checked out before putting it on your car. Not knowing the history on it leaves a lot of questions and because these have not been sold/manufactured for several years tells you that of course it's not a spring chicken.
Here are a few sites to check out for rebuilding and parts. I have a link for the parts list as well and I will try to find that if you are interested. Stiegemeier is a little less expensive on the rebuilds and they do very nice work.