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2014GT500 Question

I'm thinking about buying a 2014 GT500 with the 5.8L Trinity motor. I have a picture of the engine bay and was wondering if anyone might know what all was changed? I can see they put catch cans on to prevent oil from going into the supercharger, also an aftermarket intake. But I'm not sure what the pulley setup is on the supercharger. I can't tell if its a smaller pulley, and why there is a 2nd pulley? Pretty sure stock only has 1 pulley, but I'm not an expert on these.

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The lower pulley you see is the tensioner. Other than the battery and catch cans looks stock to me. The catch cans are great to have on them. I ran catch cans on my lightning.

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The engine has been sprayed with cleaner and looks like it has been washed as the supercharger housing is discolored, The rest of the bay has WAY TOO MUCH Armor All on it. Armor All is a dirt magnet. I see the belt has been changed as well. Hopefully, the car has been taken care of. All service documentation should be present as well as a CarFax to ensure no damage. How many owners? How many miles? Why are they selling it? Has the clutch been replaced? The GT 500 is not just a regular Mustang especially the '13 and '14 cars as they had the 5.8 instead of the 5.4 as came in them since 2007. I'm a certified judge in 4 classes for the Mustang Club of America and there are many, many different things to look at before buying a Mustang like that.
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