I am interested in purchasing the Procharger P-1SC-1, but before I make this purchase I'd like to find out how these systems are working in the Mustangs. I have a stock 06 Mustang GT, I am looking to keep this a street car, I might go to the track every once in a while. I am talking to a shop down in Houston Texas
called Houston Performance, they are helpful with all their information they give me. They told me 8-10PSI will not hurt a stock 4.6.
going from 265RWHP to 440RWHP, that just sounds too good to be true.
I want to keep the rest of the car stock, is that possible or do I have to make any other modifications? Houston performance told me they installed a Procharger on a 06 Mustang GT with 10PSI and keeping the rest of the motor stock the car had 460RWHP, they decided to tune it down to 440RWHP to keep it from getting any detonation. Houston Performance also told me It also depends on who is tuning the car, I guess the shops do a better job of fine tuning than the hand held programmer. I don't know, that's why I'm here
I'm just looking to have fun with my mustang and eat up some SRT-4's and some civic's
I can't stand Briggs and Stratton motors!!!!