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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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Sharon Manduley's 1997 Mustang Cobra
One of our newest members Sharon Manduley, is one very lucky lady. Not only is she the new mother of a healthy baby boy but she is also the enthusiastic owner of a beautiful Cobra. As if that wasn't enough, she is married to a man so wonderful he is the barer of both gifts! Yah, makes me sick too. haha! Brian Manduley brought Sharon to my attention, telling me of the graduation gift he built and gave to his adored wife, a 1997 Mustang Cobra. As her cool vanity license plates tell, Sharo...
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[04/12/2002] New Paxton intercooler!

Looking to intercool your Paxton Supercharged Stang? Look no further. Paxton Automotive is announcing the release of an intercooler kit for 1999-2001 4.6 Mustang GT Supercharging Systems. The new air-to-air intercooler is made of welded aluminum with aluminum discharge tubing, bosch compressor bypass valve, silicone sleeves, and stainless steel clamps. Their Supercharger Kit does not include any fuel system or MAF recalibration components, or ECM recalibration chips.

The 1999-2001 4.6 Mustang GT Supercharging Systems Kit does include:

- The big NOVI-2000 supercharger with a 3.5" drive pulley to deliver approximately 10-13 psig of boost pressure
- Complete mounting bracket assembly constructed of 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- Air inlet assembly features MAF relocation bracketry, high flow ducting and K&N filter
- Oil feed and drain assemblies
- Radiator hose relocation assembly
- All hardware and fasteners

Here are the part numbers for the Paxton kits:
1001815-1: 1999 Mustang tuner system with air/air cooler
1001822-1: 2000 Mustang tuner system with air/air cooler
1001834-1: 2001 Mustang tuner system with air/air cooler
1300001: Air/Air Cooler Assembly 1999-2001 4.6 GT

For more information please visit the Paxton Automotive website at


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