Approval Details

Valid E.O.

Validity

This Executive Order approved the specified parts on on March 14, 1991.
As of Monday, December 10th, 2018 this Executive Order has not been overturned or superceeded.

Approved Parts

Part NumberModels
100181986-1991 Ford Motor company passenger cars powered by a 302 CID electronic fuel injection (EFI) engine.

This Executive Order may be listed as:
  • C.A.R.B.E.O. D-195-5
  • Executive Order 195-5 / D195-5
  • ARB # D-195-5
  • Executive Order No: D-195-5
  • C.A.R.B. No. D-195-5
  • Resolution D-195-5
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D-195-5 Document:



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                              State of California
                            ~ AIR RESOURCES BOARD
                           EXECUTIVE ORDER D—195—5 <.
                   Relating to Exemptions Under Section 27156
                              of the Vehicle Lode :     '

                           PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.  >                   i
              SUPERCHARGER KIT MODEL NO. SN—89 PART NO. 10018

Pursuant to the authority vested in the Air Resources Board by Sect1on
27156 of the Vehiclie Code; and       —                15. tm

Pursuant to the authority vested in the undersigned by Section 39515 and
39516 of the Health and Safety Code and Executive Order G—45—5;

IT IS ORDERED: AND RESOLYED: That the installation of the add—on Supercharger
Kit Model No. SN—89, Part No. 10018 manufactured by Paxton Products, Inc. of
929 Olympic Bivd., Santa Monica, CA 90404—3795, has been found not to reduce
the effectiveness of required motor vehicle pollution devices and,           .
therefore,— is exempt from the prohibitions of Section 27156 of the Vehicte
Code for 1986—1991 model—year Ford Motor Company passenger cars powered by a
302 CID electronic fuel injection (EFI) engine.

This Executive Order is valid pré?ided that installation instructions‘
for this supercharger kit will not recommend tuning the vehicle to
specifications different from those submitted by Paxton Products, Inc.

This exemption will not apply to any other device, apparatus, or meéhénwsm
advertised, offered for sale or sold with, or installed on, a motor veh1c]e
prior to or concurrent with transfer to an ultxma.e purchaser

Changes made to the design . or operating conditions of the supercharger kit,
as exempted by the Air Resources Board, that adversely affect the             ‘
performance of a vehicle‘s pollution control system shall invalidate this
Executlve Order.

Marketing of this supercharger kit using an 1dent1f1cat1on other than that
shown in this Executive Order or marketing of this supercharger kit for an
application other than those listed in this Executive Order shall be
prohibited unless prior approval is obtained from the Air Resources Board.
Exemption of a supercharger kit shall not be construed as an exemptton to
sell, offer for sale, or advertise any component of the kit as an individual
device.                                                        —

This Executive Order does not constitute any opinion as to the effect the
use of this supercharger kit may have on any warranty either expressed
or 1mpT1ed by the vehicle manufacturer

THIS EXECUTIVE ORDER DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION,
APPROVAL, OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ENDORSEMENT BY THE AIR RESQURCES BOARD OF ANY
CLAIMS OF THE APPLICANT CONCERNING ANTI—POLLUTION BENEFITS OR ANY ALLEGED
BENEFITS OF THE PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC. SUPERCHARGER KIT MODEL NUMBER SN—89,
PART NUMBER 10018.


    PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.        ~       t      .    EXECUTIVE ORDER # D—195—5
    ‘[Page 2 of 2)                   —                           .           .

    No claims of any'kind,'such as "Approved by the Air Resources Board" may be
    made with respect to the action taken herein in any advertising or other
    oral or written communication.

    Section 17500 of the Business and Profe§s1ona1 Code makes untrue 6r
    misleading advertising unlawful, and Section 17534 makes violation
    punlshabIe as a mlsdemeanor                 —

.   Section 43644 of the Health and Safety Code provides as follow:
         "43644,   (a)   No person shall instal1, sell, offer for sale, or
         advertise, or, except in an application to the state board for
         certification of a device, represent, any device as a motor vehicle
         pollution control device for use on any used motor vehicle unless that
         device has been certified by the state board.   No person shall sell,
         offer for sale, advert1se or represent any motor vehicle pollution
         control device as a certified device which, in fact, is not a certified
         device. Any violation of this subdivision is a misdemeanor."

    Any appéfent violation of the conditions of this Executive Order will be
    submitted to the Attorney General of California for such action as he deems
    advisable.

    Executive Order D—195—3, dated December 04, 1989 is superseded and of no
    further force and effect.                   71:_

    Executed at El Monte, California, this    /QV,   d   of March, 1991.




                                             R. B. Summerfield
                                             Assistant Division Chief
                                             Mobile Source Division


                                     SUMMARY

          Paxton Products, Inc. (Paxton) has requested to update Executive

Order D—195—3 which exempts Paxton‘s add—on Supercharger Kit Model No. SN—

89, Part No. 10018, to be used on 1986—1990 model—year Ford Motor Company

passenger cars powered by a 302 CID (5.0 L) electronic fuel injection (EFI)

engine, from the prohibitions in Section 21756 of the California Vehicle

Code.     The update is requested to include the 1991 model—year Ford Motor

Company passenger cars powered by a 302 CID electronic fuel injection

engine.                                   —

          Comparative emission tests previously performed by Paxton and

confirmed by the Air Resources Board (ARB) showed no significant increase in

emissions due to the installation of the supercharger kit.     Based on the

test results and since the 1991 vehicles for which the exemption update is

requested are carried—over from the model—ysars for which an exemption has

been granted, the staff concludes that Paxton‘s add—on Supercharger Kit

Model No. SN—89, Part No. 10018 will not adversely affect exhaust emissions

from the vehicles for which an exemption is requested.

          The staff recommends that Paxton be granted an exemption for their

add—on Supercharger Kit Model No. SN—89, Part No. 10018 for installation on

1986—1991 Ford Motor Company passenger cars powered by a 302 CID EFI engine,

and that Executive Order D—195—5 be issued.


                       State of California
                       AIR RESOURCES BOARD




EVALUATION OF PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.‘S ADD—ON SUPERCHARGER KIT MODEL NO.
SN—89, PART NG. 10018 FOR EXEMPTION FROM THE PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLE
CODE SECTION 27156 IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13, OF THE
                    CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS




                              March 1991


                           State of California
                           AIR RESOURCES BOARD




   EVALUATION OF PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.‘S ADD—ON SUPERCHARGER KIT MODEL NO.
   SN—89, PART NO. 10018 FOR EXEMPTION FROM THE PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLE
   CODE SECTION 27156 IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13, OF THE
                      CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS




                                      by
                           Mobile Source Division
                           State of California
                           Air Resources Board
                           9528 Telstar Avenue
                            E1 Monte, CA   91731—2990




{This report has been reviewed by the staff of the California Air Resources
Board and approved for publication. . Approval does not signify that the
contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Air Resources
Board, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute
endorsement or recommendation for use.)


                                 BLE   OF CONTENTS

                                                         Page Number

SUMMARY                                              .        i

CONTENTS                                                     11

I.        INTRODUCTION                                        1

II.       CONCLUSION                                          1

III.      RECOMMENDATIONS                                     2

IV.       DEVICE DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION                    2

V.        DISCUSSION‘                                         3

VI.       APPENDIX : INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS                5




                                       —ii—


      EVALUATION OF PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.‘S ADD—ON SUPERCHARGER KIT MODEL
      NO. SN—89, PART NO. 10018, FOR EXEMPTION FROM THE PROHIBITIONS OF
      VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156 IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13,
      OF THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS


I. INTRODUCTION

       Paxton Products, Inc. (Paxton) of 929 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica,

CA 90404—3795, has requested an update to the existing Air Resources Board‘s

Executive Order (E. 0.) D—195—3 which exempted Paxton‘s add—on Supercharger

Kit Model No. SN—89, Part No. 10018 from the prohibitions in California

Vehicle Code (YC) Section 27156.   The existing E. 0. includes 1986—1990

model—year passenger cars powered by Ford Motor Company‘s (Ford) 302 CID EFI

engines, e.g., Mustang, LTD Crown Victoria, LTD Crown YVictoria Wagon, Grand

Marquis, Grand Marquis Wagon, Mark VII, and Town Car.    The exemption update

is requested to include the 1991 Ford Motor Company passenger cars powered

by a 302 CID EFI engine.

       Paxton claims no changes to the installation instructions or tune—up

specifications are necessary for use of the Supercharger Kit Model No. SN—

89, Part No. 10018, on 1991 model—year passenger cars powered by Ford Motor

Company‘s 302 CID EFI engine.



II. CONCLUSIONS
       Comparative emission tests previously performed by Paxton using a

1989 Ford Mustang powered by a 302 CID EFI engine and confirmed by the Air

Resources Board (ARB) showed no significant increase in emissions due to the
intallation of the supercharger kit.    Based on the test results and because

the 1991 model—year passenger cars for which the exemption update is

requested are carried—over from the model—years for which an exemption has

been granted, the staff concludes that Paxton‘s add—on Supercharger Kit

                                       —1—


Model No. SN—89, Part No. 10018 will not adversely affect exhaust emissions

from vehicles for which an exemption is requested.



III. RECOMMENDATIONS

The staff recommends that Paxton be granted an exemption for their add—on

Supercharger Kit Model No. SN—89, Model No. 10018 for installation on 1986—

1991 Ford Motor Company‘s passenger cars powered by a 302 CID EFI engine.

The staff also recommends that Executive Order D—195—5 be issued.



IV. DEVIC    SCR       ON AND OPERATION

       The Paxton supercharger kit is specifically designed for installation

on 1986—1991 Ford passenger cars powered by a 302 CID EFI engine.        The kit

operates in conjunction with the original equipment manufacturer (OEM)

computer controlled electronic port fuel injection and emission control

systems already certified with the stock engine.     All the necessary hardware

and supplies for installing the supercharger are included in the kit.

       The purpose of supercharging an engine is to increase its volumetric

efficiency by forcing more air than it would consume naturally aspirated

(non—supercharged condition).     This is accomplished by the addition of a

centrifugal blower (Paxton Model No. SN—60, Part No. 10018) that is belt

driven at 1.5 times the speed of the engine.     Intake air is delivered from

the OEM air filtering system to the centrifugal blower.     It is then

compressed by the supercharger and routed to the throttle body of the

electronic fuel injection system.

       Maximum positive manifold pressure {boost) is limited to 5 psig by

the—blower scroll housing and the impeller design.     No wastegate or other

active boost limiting device is used.

                                          _23


       To provide additional fuel to maintain proper air/fuel ratios during

boost conditions a fuel control unit is added.   At boost, a positive

pressure of about 1 psi induced by the supercharger causes an increase of

the static pressure in the fuel return line beyond the maximum 34 psi of the

OEM fuel pressure regulator.   The fuel control unit has a set static

pressure of 70 psi.   This condition causes an increase in air/fuel charge,

while maintaining the proper air/fuel ratio.

       The blower is self lubricated by a piston—type oil pump..   The cil

pump has a capacity of 12 fluid ounces and uses type "F" automatic

transmission fluid.   All OEM emission controls are left intact.



V. DISCUSSION
       Paxton previously submitted comparative emission data from tests

conducted by Automated Custom Systems, using a 1989 Ford Mustang powered by

a 302 CID electronic fuel injection engine.    The test data submitted by

Paxton showed a decrease in emissions of carbon monoxide and an

insignificant increase in oxides of nitrogen and hydrocarbons (within the

10 percent maximum increase) due to the installation of the supercharger

kit.   The confirmatory testing conducted by the ARB yielded a similar result

(see tables 1 & 2).   Paxton plans to offer the supercharger kit for

installation on 1991 Ford passenger cars with 302 CID EFI engines.      Paxton

claims no changes to the installation instructions or tune—up specifications

are necessary for use of the supercharger kit on this new application.

Since previous tests results have shown that the Paxton supercharger Model

No. SN—89, Part No. 10018, did not reduce the effectiveness of the emissions

control system of the vehicles and the Paxton supercharger will be installed

on 1991 model—year vehicles which are carried—over from the same engine
                                     —3—


family which has an existing exemption, no further testing is required.            The

staff recommends the request for an update be granted and Executive Order

D—195—5 be issued to include all 1986—1991 Ford Motor Company passenger cars

powered by a 302 CID EFI engine.


                                    Table 1

                    Exhaust Emission Test Results from
                       Automated Custom Systems, Inc.

                      Exhaust      issions     (gm/mi   EuelEconomy(mpg)

       Test Mode       HC          cCO         NOx                City

       Baseline       0.203     0 .753        0.519               17.655
       Baseline       0.222     0 .882        0.513               17.757
       Average        0.213     0.818         0.516               17.706

      Device          o.218     0.679         0 .564              17.556
       Device         0.252     0.667         0.558               17.647
       Average        0.235     0 .673        0.:.561             17.602

       Change         + 10%     — 18%         + 9%        se

                                    Table 2

                     Exhaust Emission Test Results From
                            Air Resources Board

                      Exhaust Emissions (gm/mi)          Fuel Economy ({mpg)

       Test Mode       HC          CO          NOx        City           Highway

       Baseline       0.243     2.398         0.539      17.464          29.595
       Baseline       0.212     1.506         0 .524     17.572          29.597
       Average        0.228     1.952         0.532      17.518          29.596

       Device         0.248     1.443         0.547      17.578          29.574
       Device         0 .225    0.835         0.462      17.578          29 .891
       Average        0.237     1.139         0.505      17.660          29.733

       Change         + 4%      — 42%         — 5%        + 1%             0%


      VI. APPENDIX: TNSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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     PAXTON
        ZZ"                uperchargers

       Installation Instructions
                          And Owner‘s Manual



                     MUSTANG

             ALL FUEL INJECTED 302 ENGINES
                     California or Federal Models*
                              (With Air Conditioning)


               *California Air Resources Board Exemption Order{B        D—145—
                                                                         mt

                                                                         To ge ASsSigN@qp
                                                                         By cocil. ARG,
Form No. 618925,;:
Supercharger Serial Number:
Date of Shipment:

                                                             929 Olympic Boulevard
                                                    Santa Monica, CA 90404 U.S.A.
PAXTON PRODUCTS, INC.                                              *~©(213) 450—4800


       §29 Olympic Blvd. * Santa Monica, CA 90404—3795 e (213)450—4800 e Telex 183674 « FAX: (213) 452—8093

                        PAXTON SUPERCHARGER, SN—89
                          MAINTENANCE & WARRANTY
MAINTENANCE

Your new Paxton Supercharger Model SN—89 is equipped with a seif—contained
Oil reservoir. The reservoir can be accessed only through the dipstick
opening.

The oil pump inside your Paxton Supercharger must be oriented in the vertical
position in order to assure proper delivery of fluid to the patented Planetary
Ball System, bearings, and other lubricated components.            To achieve the
vertical position of the pump, the red Paxton Supercharger label must be in
the Top Dead Center (TDC) position.

Before starting the engine when the Paxton Supercharger is attached, make sure
the oil reservoir is full of Type F Transmission Fluid, or Paxta—trak Traction
Fluid. The fluid level should be on the top mark of the dipstick.

In order to assure the long life of your Paxton Supercharger, you should change
the fiuid whenever you change your engine oil, usually every 3,000 miles, more
often if the vehicle is used off—road or in dirty conditions. The oil is
changed by using a suction gun with a 1/4 inch tube on the end of the suction
gun.    The air filter element should also be changed at the same time.


MARRANTY _INFORMATION

Your new Paxton Supercharger Model SN—89 is a high performance unit. While
most high performance parts carry no warranty whatsoever, your new Paxton
Supercharger carries a 90—Day Warranty on parts and repair labor, starting
from the date of purchase from your local retailer, or from the date of ship—
ment, if purchased directly from the Paxton Factory.

The warranty does not include any freight or shipping charges, damage due to
misuse, or damage due to improper installation or maintenance. No warranty
will be honored if, for any reason, the unit has been tampered with in any
way or the warranty seal is broken.

Paxton Products, Inc. warrants its Supercharger at its sole discretion, and
only after inspection at our plant. All returns, if approved in advance by
Paxton, will be subject to a 25% re—stocking fee.           Any warranty claim must
be accompanied by the Supercharger itself, the dated original purchase re—
ceipt, the place purchased and the name, address and telephone number of the
customer claiming warranty.                           M

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

In order<to avoid engine damage, you must always use Premium Octane (92)
or above fuel:in any engine affixed with a Paxton Supercharger.

Paxton supplies a water injection or other knock suppressing system (such
as the patented "Boost Controlled Electronic Spark Module") with any kit
that is used on a high compression engine (8.5:1 or higher). If such a
system is supplied, it must be in working order.           If not, do not run the
engine with the Paxton Supercharger affixed.           FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT
IN SERIOUS ENGINE DAMAGE!!

On carbureted models, the jetting and distributor curve instructions must
be followed or severe engine damage will occur.



                INSTALLATION OF ANY PULLEY OTHER THAN
                PULLEY SUPPLIED WITH THE SUPERCHARGER KIT
                AUTOMATICALLY VOIDS THE WARRANTY


Before installing your new Paxton Supercharger Kit, you should check
the following items:

    1.   Engine Compression should be within Vehicle Manufacturer‘s
         specifications, and all cylinders should be within 10 pounds
         of each other.

         Engine Timing should be at 10° BTDC, per Manufacturer‘s
         specifications.

         Spark plugs should be in good working order and conform
         to Manufacturer‘s specifications.

         If your vehicle is not equipped with a Mass Air Flow Sensor
         (MAF), we suggest you purchase one from Ford Special Vehicle
         Office. This Paxton Supercharger Kit was designed to work
         with a Mass Air Flow Sensor.

         Make sure you are not using an Aftermarket Computer Module or
         Computer Chip. Failure to do this will result in serious
         engine damage.

The following tools are needéd to install the Paxton Supercharger

               144 /
         Metric Socket Set ranging from 7mm to l19mm.

         SAE Socket Set ranging from 7/16" to 11/16".

         1/2" Open—End Wrench.

         7/16" Open—End Wrench.

         9/16" Open—End Wrench.

         Flathead Screwdriver.

         Hose Cutter or Enife.

         Pry Bar or long Screwdriver.

         Hack Saw or Metal Cutting Saw.

         Scribe.

         Drill Motor and Bits.

         Drain Pan.



                                   Page 1


PREPARATION_INSTRUCTIONS


 1.   Remove battery Ground Strap.

 2.   Drain some Coolant (approximately one gallon).

 3.   Remove top Radiator hose.

 4.   Remove fan bolts.

 5.   Remove accessory Belt.

 6.   Remove Fan, place in Radiator shroud.   (Be careful not to damage
      Radiator.)

 7.   Remove rubber bellows between Throttle Body and MAF.

 8.   On vehicle so equipped, remove the MAF with its Bracket by
      removing the two sheet metal screws that secure Bracket to
      strut housing.

      Remove entire Air Cleaner Assembly.

10.   Remove rubber "Lord Mounts" that attach the Air Cleaner Assembly
      to the inner fender—well.

11.   Remove the push connector on the headlight wire loom.

12.   Relocate ground wire to the fromt of the Radiator support and
      re~secure with the stock screvw.

13.   Remove MAF from its Bracket by removing the three Smm bolts.

14.   Remove entire Idler Assembly from the Bracket using a    19mm
      socket.

15.   Unplug Alternator and detach 10 gauge wire.

16.   Remove Alternator from Mounting Bracket and set aside.

17.   Loosen Hose Clamp on Smog Pump hose and remove hose.

18.   Remove nut from Smog Pump brace.

19.   Remove Mounting Bracket bolts.

20.   Move entire Mounting Bracket forward approximately 3" and remove
      Smog Pump from Bracket.




                                     Page 2


PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)


21.   Remove Bracket from car.

22.   Remove Brace from back of Smog Pump.

23.   Loosen steel Fuel Line Brace located in fromt of the right front
      (#1) Cylinder.

24.   Relocate Evaporative Canister by using the fromnt bolt in the
      rear Bracket hole. When relocated, Canister will be at an
      angle, as shown in Figure 1.

25.   Remove Crankshaft Pulley.




                                  FIGURE 1




                                    Page 3


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


 1.   Place Paxton Supercharger Crankshaft Pulley (P/N 48032—6.00) and
      stock Crankshaft Pulley, as a unit, onto the Crankshaft and
      secure with four 3/8—16 x 2" bolts and washers provided (P/N
      102257, P/N 100375) as shown in Figure 2. Tighten securely!

      Place the Mounting Bracket Plate (P/N 48069) over the Smog Pump
      and Mounting Bracket Base, placing the appropriate bolts in
      their corresponding holes as shown in Figure 3. Use the 3/8" ID
      x .92" spacer (P/N 48085) between the Smog Pump and the Mounting
      Bracket Plate.   Do not tighten all bolts!

      NOTE:   Both 3/8—16 x 6—1/4" pivot bolts (#11 in drawing) for the
      Smog Pump and Alternator pass through from the Bracket Base
      (casting) side and exit out the fromt plate.

      The pivotal end of the Alternator is placed between the Mounting
      Bracket Base and Mounting Bracket Plate as shown in Figure 3.

      Affix the Alternator Stay (P/N 48086) to the Smog Pump using
      one 3/8—16 x 1" Bolt and Washer (P/N‘s 27404 and 27405). Swing
      the Alternator into position. Affix Stay to the Alternator
      using another 3/8—16 x 1" Bolt and Washer (P/N‘s 27404 and
      27405). Tighten bolts.

      The Smog Pump pivot bolt (P/N 48139) and Alternator pivot bolt
      (P/N 48139) may now be tightened using the nut and washers pro—
      vided (P/N‘s 48139, 27405, 38276 and 38565).




                                  FIGURE 2


                                   Page 4


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Page 5


      Lower the entire Assembly into engine compartment and affix to
      engine using the boits provided, in appropriate holes as shown
      in Figures 3 and 4. TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS!

      For a professional installation, you should remodel (shorten)
      the molded hose that runs between the Smog Pump Diverter and
      By—pass Valves. This is accomplished by cutting 3" of hose
      from the center section of the molded hose, and 1—1/2" from
      the rearward end, as shown in Figure 5.

      Place the furnished 3/4" O.D. x 1—1/2" aluminum tube (P/N
      38630—1.5) inside the hose and secure with the two clamps
      provided (P/N HC—4210) as shown in Figure 6.

9.    Re~install shortened molded hose.

10.   Modify the upper radiator hose as shown in Figure 7.   The idea
      is to make two rubber 90° elbows.   One from the end with 3"
      long legs and one from the middle with 2—1/2" long legs.    Dis—
      card the unused portions.




                                    FIGURE 4


                                     Page 6


 FIGURE 5




FIGURE 6




  Page 7


                                 FIGURE 7




11.   Place the furnished Water Pipe (P/N 48093) between the two 90°
      elbows, as shown in Figure 8. Place the short leg nearer the
      Radiator.  (Do not re—~install at this time.)

12.   Replace Fan Assembly and tighten securely using the stock bolts.




                                  FIGURE 8


                                   Page 8


13.   Place the stock Idler Pulley Assembly on the Paxton Belt
      Tensioner Plate (P/N 48067), using the 1/2—13 x 3—1/2" Carriage
      Bolt (P/N 48082) provided and the 1/2—13 nut and washer (P/N‘s
      102822 and 101320), as shown in Figure 9.




                                  FIGURE 9


14.   Install the complete Belt Tensioner Plate (P/N 48067) to the
      Mounting Bracket and upper Water Pump stud, as shown in Figure
      10. Secure with 3/8—16 x 1—1/4" Bolts (P/N 102148), 3/8
      Washers (P/N 100375), and 3/8—16 nut — on Water Pump stud —
      (P/N 38565).

      NOTE::   Due to allowable tolerances in Manufacturer‘s specifi—
      cations, some extra 3/8 washers (P/N 100375) are supplied to
      "shim—up" the Belt Tensioner Plate. Use as needed to make sure
      the OEM belt tensioner rides flat and centered on the belt.

15.   Re—install the stock accessory drive Serpentine Belt as per
      diagram (Figure 11). Install the furnished new Undérstood
      Sticker (P/N 48130) over the stock one.            '

16.   Relocate Relay, near the Air Filter location, onto the strut
      tower, as shown in Figure 12, using the stock sheet metal screw.




                                     Page 9


                     FIGURE 10




                  BELT ROUTING DIAGRAM




             BELT TENSIONER




                                          POWER
                                         STEERING




ALTERNA?OR
                                                    48130




                     FIGURE 11




                       Page 10


                                  FIGURE 12




17.   Install Paxton Fuel Control Unit, per the Instructions that came
      with Fuel Control Unit.

18.   Connect Alternator wires.

      NOTE: Some 4" tie—wraps are supplied with your Paxton Mustang
      Kit. Use these to secure any wires or lines away from moving
      parts, such as the belts or accessories. Make sure enough play
      is left in wires and lines to allow for engine torque.

19.   Place Paxton Supercharger (Assembly #10164) in Mounting Bracket,
      and secure with four 5/16—18 x 3/4" screws and 5/16" washers
      (P/N‘s 27422 and 27150). Make sure that the red Supercharger
      label is in the top—dead—center position! Fill Supercharger
      with Type—F Transmission Fluid to a point between the two lines
      on the dipstick.




                                   Page 11


20.   Install Supercharger Drive Belt (P/N 48057) and Idler Pulley Kit
      (P/N 10169) as shown in Figure 10.

      NOTE: It is necessary to install the Supercharger Drive Belt
      very tight to help compensate for significant initial
      stretching. Check tension after a few miles and reset if neces—
      sary.
      Due to allowable manufacturer tolerances, it may be necessary
      for the installer to align the Supercharger Drive Pulleys
      manually.
      This can be accomplished by running a straight edge from the
      Crark Pulley (P/N 48032) to the Supercharger Drive Pulley
      (P/N 48033—4.0) and making sure the two pulleys align. If not,
      shim the Supercharger Pulley accordingly. Also make sure the
      Belt rides flat and true in the middle of the Idler Pulley.

21.   Install the 90° Rubber Elibow (P/N 12122) by snapping it onto the
      3—1/2" air intake part of the Paxton Supercharger. (No clamp is
      needed.)                                                     :

22.   Install the furnished Air Filter onto the intake side of the
      Mass Air Flow Sensor (side with screen), as shown in Figure 13.
      (See Manufacturer‘s specifications for Air Filter maintenance.)




                                   FIGURE 13




                                    Page 12


23.   Using the supplied Template (P/N 48203), center the two Mounting
      Bolt holes, and scribe the line to be cut on the stock MAF
      Bracket. Remove the Template. Drill out the two center punched
      holes to 21/64" and cut the Bracket along the scribed mark as
      shown in Figure 14.

24.   Affix the supplied Template (P/N 48204) to the lower bolt that
      holds the Air Baffle inside the engine bay fender—well as shown
      in Figure 15. Use tape to hold the Template so that it follows
      the contour of the engine bay, center punch the two holes as
      shown in Figure 15. Remove the Template and drill out the two
      center punched holes to 21/64".

25.   Slip the supplied bolts and washers (P/N‘s 102199 and 101608)
      through the two new holes in the MAF Bracket.

26.   Install the MAF (with air filter attached) to the modified
      Bracket using the stock mounting bolts.

27.   Install the entire MAF/Air Filter Assembly to the car as shown
      in Figure 16. Secure with fender washers, lock washers and
      5/16—24" nuts as shown in Figure 16.    Don‘t forget spacers.




                                   FIGURE 14




                                        Page 13


                                 FIGURE 15




28.   Slip the Air Filter Cover (P/N 48105) over the MAF/Air Filter
      and slide to front of vehicle as shown in Figure 17. Make sure
      not to crimp or cut any wires.

29.   Drill two holes in the engine bay fendéer—well using the Air
      Filter Cover mounting holes as a Template, and secure with the
      sheet metal screws provided (P/N 38664) as shown in Figure 17.

30.   Connect the 3—1/4" flex tube (P/N 48136) to the rubber elbow
      with the clamp provided (P/N HC—44).

31.   Connect the rubber elbow to the MAF with the 3—1/4" flex tube
      and clamps provided (P/N‘s 48136, HC—44).

32.   Connect the Air Discherge Tube (P/N 48101) to the Throttle Body
      and the Paxton Supercharger using the sleeves and clamps pro—
      vided (P/N‘s 27174—T—SLV2, HC—44 and HC—48).




                                 Page 14


                    5/16—24x1.25 LG 2 PLACES
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                                 FIGURE 17




33.   Relocate Blow—by Tube by running the 3/8" hose provided between
      the oil filler neck and the nipple on the Air Filter Cover and
      clamping securely. Clamp the furnished cover for the Blow—by
      Tube on the throttle body nipple securely.

34.   Replace remodeled Radiator Hose and clamp tightly as shown in
      Figure 18.                                        >

35.   Refill Radiator.

36.   Check to be sure that you filled the Paxton Supercharger with 10
      to 12 oz. of Type—F Transmission Fluid. (See enclosed Warranty
      and Maintenance Bulletin for further details.)

37.   Re—check all fittings, clamps and bolts for tightness.

38.   Start engine and check belts for smoothness and pulley align—
      ment.

      NOTE: After running engine, re—check coolant level in Radiator
      and refill as necessary. Do not check coolant when engine is
      hot.




                                  Page 16


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     FIGURE 18




       Page 17


                   INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, FORD
                       PAXTON FUEL ‘CONTROL UNIT




Using the mounting bracket (P/N 48215) as a template, center—punch two
mounting holes on the strut tower as close as possible to the fuel rail
return line.                                             ~

Affix the mounting bracket to the— strut tower with sheet metal screws
provided (P/N 38664).                                         ‘

Affix the F.C.U. to the mounting bracket.

Route the vacuum line provided to a manifold vacuum source and to the
90° nipple on the top of the F.C.U.

Using special Ford fuel line snap connector tool, disconnect the fuel
lire snap connector on the return Tine to the tank. This copnector
is usually located at the end of the steel fuel rail.        ‘
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Connect the female snap connector (P/N 48059) on the F.C.U. to the
stock male snap connector on the fuel rail.                  |

Connect the ma]e‘snap connector (P/N 48058) on the F.C.U. to the stock
female snap connector on the return line to tank.
Route lines away from any moving parts or heat source of any kind;
make sure to allow for engine torque. Secure with tie wraps (P/N
48217).


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