There are incidental items that go along with a supercharger install - the fuel pump for instance, but beyond that, don't forget to install an oil "catch can" between the PCV an intake as there is a marked increase in crankcase ventilation! Consider extra instrumentation as well to monitor oil, fuel, and boost pressures. (I included the Shelby center gauge pod in my install.) With the E-Force, you will need to replace the stock strut brace with one from a Bullitt/V6 Mustang as the stock FRPP will not clear the supercharger.
There's always stuff you don't think of when doing this sort of mod!
Thanks Sam, those are some things I never thought of since I had the mentality of installing a "kit" but don't think of those extras. All told
between the driveline, clutch, fuel pump, catch can, gauges, bigger tires/wheels, etc it really starts to add to the price of the supercharger. I might need to rethink doing this whole supercharger experience with my limited future plan for this car.