Sorry boys his Supercharger is a 1.5L limited to 8psi, that isn't the blowzilla KB. That is the standard F-series SC which will max out, due to displacement not pulley size at 8psi...running a 9-10# pulley will overheat the unit and seize it. As for working with the tuning of it a walbro inline can and will do the trick, something like this
It is a 255lph inline Walbro that is a flowthru unit, set to a Hobbs switch so only more fuel is pushed when needed, mine is a 2psi hobbs. This will cover fuel up to 100psi with a 12:1 FMU...your stock intank fuel canisters will run out of fuel in the 1/4mile if you stay fuel throttle that long, a quick blimp of the throttle and your intank canisters will be good again though.
As for timing you need an aftermaket timing source to light those plugs..run one stage cooler to avoid detontation on the plugs.. I recommend a good crane unit but to each his own, you sound to already have the TRC timing retard control, the factory SC install comes with a Crane unit, so the BTM box from crane is a plug and play.
You only have a 65mm throttle body on that puppy change that out.
Do you have a boost gauge? Install it below the SC head unit on the base that attaches to the lower manifold, very very worth it.
Do you have a fuel pressure gauge? Install in the schrader valve, I like electric but again your choice, very IMPORTANT.
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, they are KB haters because they are speed demons but have great advice. what else, tranny is good, fuel good, timing ahh timing you really should set your base timing at *10 with spout connector out and let the factory setting take out any additional timing, just run good 91-93 octane and in the high heat run octane booster.
A/F yes get a wideband and install it 6-18inches from the header...get headers shortys are good and cheap.
Cooling the factory fan works great but causes belt slip...get rid of it as time and money allow, I like a windstar van dual fan setup with some controller device, your choice.
Plug wires and cap need to be in good condition...OHM test them.
My setup is the 2.2L and is never fully done, I get it together run it, change it, run it, change it, clean it up, it's a passion...
oh as for tuning at 8 psi your 19lb injectors are up to the task, 24s would be great though...again just some custom tuning, but upgraded injectors will still require you to upgrade that fuel pump, cheapest, easiest, and time being best route is the inline like I have posted.
Sorry for long post if you have any questions just ask.