Hello, this is my first post, so please feel free to correct me if I do anything wrong. I am looking into the possibility of adding a supercharger to my 2000 Ranger... I have a few questions concerning the changes I would have to make to my truck, answers I couldn't find on google. The supercharger in question will add 6-8 psi higher than regular atmospheric pressure... So here I go Will the supercharger affect my cold air intake in any way? Can I buy brackets to hold it online, or do I need to make my own? (I am capable of doing it myself if need be.) I need to replace my serpentine belt anyway, should I go with the more expensive one, or will the cheaper one work? (I realize it will have to be longer.) Will I need to replace my air intake tube to hold up to the higher pressure? How and where do I get the engine tuned after I finish installing it? With the supercharger, will I need to replace my fuel injectors because of the increased airflow? Cost? Will I need to replace my tranny and drivetrain to hold up to the increased horsepower? If so what am I looking at costwise? Thanks in advanced for answering, and again, feel free to correct me if I did anything wrong.