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Old 11-13-2013, 11:32 AM   #11  
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Old 11-13-2013, 12:19 PM   #12  
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what would be the price range for these force inductions so i know im not getting ripped off. also thinking about getting a bama tuner from americanmuscle.com would that be worth it or is there a better tuner or don't worry about the tune.
With forced induction your not gonna be able to do a dyno tune, if u goes used your cab get a vortech or procharger setup for 2500ish
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With forced induction your not gonna be able to do a dyno tune, if u goes used your cab get a vortech or procharger setup for 2500ish
so ill need a intercooler with those?
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All prochargers come with one some vortechs dont ive seen people run 10psi without a cooler
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Old 11-14-2013, 06:13 AM   #15  
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Get bolt on first. If you're not looking to spend a lot of money.
Personally I wouldn't get a supercharger without getting forged internals but that's just me. If I get a supercharger I want to run mid to high boost without worrying about messing up anything.
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You can run 400 to 420 rwhp with a stock bottom end just fine
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Old 11-14-2013, 06:48 AM   #17  
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You can run 400 to 420 rwhp with a stock bottom end just fine
I have the 2v 4.6l
If I get a supercharger I want to do everything. Diamond pistons, Manley rods etc.
Maybe a 2.8 KB
The only thing I don't want is my car to sound like its about to cut off with the bigger cams. I hate it.
In older cars it sounds okay but I don't like it on mustangs.
But yeah you can run a supercharger with low boost on stock. But I would suggest getting bolt ons first
Cold air intake, plenum, throttle body ect.

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Old 11-14-2013, 08:39 AM   #18  
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Ford Racing has a 550hp intercooled Whipple kit that would safely put you around 440whp based on an estimated 20% drivetrain loss.

FRPP does a lot of testing and that's the power level they were happy with, best compromise between power and reliability.

I've seen guys make a fair bit more with that kit on stock internals but you're gambling at that point.

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I have the 2v 4.6l
If I get a supercharger I want to do everything. Diamond pistons, Manley rods etc.
Maybe a 2.8 KB
The only thing I don't want is my car to sound like its about to cut off with the bigger cams. I hate it.
In older cars it sounds okay but I don't like it on mustangs.
But yeah you can run a supercharger with low boost on stock. But I would suggest getting bolt ons first
Cold air intake, plenum, throttle body ect.
I just out that money right towards boost, cold air intakes add zero performance gains
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I just out that money right towards boost, cold air intakes add zero performance gains
Lmao zero huh?
You never see someone with a stock gt and supercharger. Everyone put bolt ons first.
But go ahead do what he says, he knows everything.
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