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Old 07-08-2014, 04:33 AM   #1
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Supercharger question

I am looking to get more horsepower so I was looking into a supercharger I want this one... but people say its not gonna work with my motor since its pretty much stock can someone tell me what I need what I need to do/get thanks

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It will work just fine on a stock motor.


Now it will do better on a better breathing motor but to answer your question yes it will work.
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What people? Probably ppl you don't want to be talking to for any automotive advice honestly... supercharging a 5.0 pushrod is a much better cost/benefit mod than anything else you can do and way better than a HCI. Instant 400hp if you've got basic bolt ons and a good tune. Not going to see that from any HCI without a full stroker build to go with it.

Just be aware that the rest of the car needs to be able to put the power to the ground beforehand. The stock T-5 may last awhile or it may shear all the teeth off 3rd the first time you nail it at 6k RPM.
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Yall guys are awesome with all the info lol thanks a lot

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Yall guys are awesome with all the info lol thanks a lot

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No no no no no no You are awesome
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What people? Probably ppl you don't want to be talking to for any automotive advice honestly... supercharging a 5.0 pushrod is a much better cost/benefit mod than anything else you can do and way better than a HCI. Instant 400hp if you've got basic bolt ons and a good tune. Not going to see that from any HCI without a full stroker build to go with it.

Just be aware that the rest of the car needs to be able to put the power to the ground beforehand. The stock T-5 may last awhile or it may shear all the teeth off 3rd the first time you nail it at 6k RPM.

Is that 400 fly or rear horsepower


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I may sound not intelligent but what do u guys mean by tune? I know what it is but for a old car like mine I dont think they just sit inside with a laptop and do something??? Or lile the dyno tune thing? I would have no idea where to go to get the best out of my car and I know I can be pushing a lot more horses because my takeoff is horrible sad to say I got beat by a 01 v6 mustang but eventually it picked up and passed but like I cant even burnout its really embarrassing

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I may sound not intelligent but what do u guys mean by tune? I know what it is but for a old car like mine I dont think they just sit inside with a laptop and do something??? Or lile the dyno tune thing? I would have no idea where to go to get the best out of my car and I know I can be pushing a lot more horses because my takeoff is horrible sad to say I got beat by a 01 v6 mustang but eventually it picked up and passed but like I cant even burnout its really embarrassing

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Take your car to a speed shop and have it dynoed tune. You'll need a chip


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Would this work?

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No. You need to take the car into a shop and have it tuned on a dyno. There is no cheap way around this.
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Well the guy said I needed a chip thats why I was asking if this was the chip I needed for the dyno tune...

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Well you will need a chip so the dyno tuner can burn a new tune onto it for your custom combination.


Also find a tuner first prior to just buying a random chip as certain tuners prefer certain brands.
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But I wouldn't know what to buy?

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Any good tuner is going to be able to sell you a chip with the tune. If they can't, find a new tuner.
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