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Old 05-17-2015, 10:16 PM   #1
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2013 GT whipple supercharged

I'm looking into getting AM 624 ford racing supercharger, it advertises 624 but we all know that's not true unless you get a custom tune and a few other mods. I want to reach at least 624-700HP how would I get there? Is it possible with this supercharger?
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Old 05-17-2015, 10:18 PM   #2
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Get the vmp blower.

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Old 05-17-2015, 10:20 PM   #3
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And kit you posted will get you 624 at the crank. About 550 to the tires.

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And kit you posted will get you 624 at the crank. About 550 to the tires.

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What does that mean exactly at the crank?
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It's how much power the car makes b4 going through the driveline.

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Get the vmp blower.

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I installed same kit on 2013. Did not like power below 4 grand. Had dyno tune done and gained 35 peak hp, more power below 4 grand and red line increased from 6800 to 7300. Boost was right st 9 psi with both tunes. I understand that Roush tune is even more conservative. And remember that the engine does not have a forged bottom end and the fuel system will probably need help above about 650hp at the crank.
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Stock fuel system will support 700-750 hp at the tires with injectors and a BAP.

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I installed same kit on 2013. Did not like power below 4 grand. Had dyno tune done and gained 35 peak hp, more power below 4 grand and red line increased from 6800 to 7300. Boost was right st 9 psi with both tunes. I understand that Roush tune is even more conservative. And remember that the engine does not have a forged bottom end and the fuel system will probably need help above about 650hp at the crank.

Aren't the Pistons just cast and the rest is forged? That's what I read when latemodel restoration posted up all the specs of the 2011-14 5.0 motor


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Aren't the Pistons just cast and the rest is forged? That's what I read when latemodel restoration posted up all the specs of the 2011-14 5.0 motor


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No only the crank is forged. The weakest part in the motor, is the piston ring glands

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Ok guys so what do I need to reach 650-700hp on all stock motor with some mods nothing forged
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If your talking engine numbers, you will need to up the boost a little and put a bigger maf. And a custom dyno tune on your car to confirm your within limits. This should be good for 650 plus. Above those numbers i've been told that fuel pump runs out of poop and then injectors. But then there's the rods and pistons. I've heard different answers on rods.
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Like I said the stock pump will support 700-750 at the tires with proper injectors and BAP.

The motor will not handle this for long though. The ring glands are the weak point

To answer your question.

You will need about 12-14 psi
Id1000 injectors
BAP
CUSTOM tune .
Full exhaust dellete the cats

You do not need a bigger MAF meter



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Like I said the stock pump will support 700-750 at the tires with proper injectors and BAP.

The motor will not handle this for long though. The ring glands are the weak point

To answer your question.

You will need about 12-14 psi
Id1000 injectors
BAP
CUSTOM tune .
Full exhaust dellete the cats

You do not need a bigger MAF meter



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12-14 lb basically a smaller pulley?
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12-14 lb basically a smaller pulley?
Yes.

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Like I said the stock pump will support 700-750 at the tires with proper injectors and BAP.

The motor will not handle this for long though. The ring glands are the weak point

To answer your question.

You will need about 12-14 psi
Id1000 injectors
BAP
CUSTOM tune .
Full exhaust dellete the cats

You do not need a bigger MAF meter



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Wtf is a ring gland? Lol.
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Wtf is a ring gland? Lol.
Really?

I will find a picture, will be easier vs explaining it. Bc you probally won't understand what I mean.
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Really?

I will find a picture, will be easier vs explaining it. Bc you probally won't understand what I mean.
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lMAO. That's call and ring land. Not gland. Looks like you don't know what the **** you're talking about. All your mechanic credibility just flew out the window.

I have a couple ring land cleaners. That's why I asked. Now what is it I won't understand?
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lMAO. That's call and ring land. Not gland. Looks like you don't know what the **** you're talking about. All your mechanic credibility just flew out the window.

I have a couple ring land cleaners. That's why I asked. Now what is it I won't understand?
Ahhhhh. I have always called them ring glands as do alot of other people. But its ok however you feel goose

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lMAO. That's call and ring land. Not gland. Looks like you don't know what the **** you're talking about. All your mechanic credibility just flew out the window.

I have a couple ring land cleaners. That's why I asked. Now what is it I won't understand?
Maybe just auto correct, maybe not, but clearly you are the "smartest" group of pixels on the site.
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Ahhhhh. I have always called them ring glands as do alot of other people. But its ok however you feel goose

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Maybe just auto correct, maybe not, but clearly you are the "smartest" group of pixels on the site.
Bingo

I thought it was autocorrect also. Relax man. Just giving him a hard time.
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That's what I have always said. Even when that's what broke on mine. On pistons 4 and 6.

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So what your saying is that the stock Coyote motor issues are just glandular?

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I understood them to say with it pumping that fast, you don't wanna be standing around with your gland in your hand.
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I agree with Rap,vmp is the way to go,2013 boss with 82mm pulley got 627rwhp,any smaller pulley you will need race gas Justin told me,that's 10# of boost.Traction is now your problem

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not sure why you expect to supercharge an EFI car without a custom tune in the first place lol
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He never said he wasn't going to get a tune... The kit comes with a real conservative one regardless and the VMP kits come with tunes which are much better.

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