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Old 11-08-2013, 12:54 PM   #1
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im looking to get a supercharger but I don't know which one to get. I want to get one that gives me the most horsepower. preferably around 350
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There's a couple different superchargers that work nicely with the 4.0L v6. If max power is your main focus, than a centrifugal supercharger is a most. Your best bet for max power would be the Procharger stage II kit. It comes with the a 2 core intercooler, 39lb injectors, computer programer, and other odds and ends for a complete install.

The only thing you may need is a fuel pump booster or an upgraded fuel pump. Other than that, you'll very very close to your 350hp goal at 10psi. This is also assuming your Mustang is mostly stock?

I should also mention, with this much power you're going to quickly find all the weakest links in your drivetrain. Especially the factory rear. I highly recommend switching to the 8.8 rear found in the GT's. Although, maybe you already have some upgrades? Fill me in on your current mods and budget and we can go from there!

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Don't think they make one for the v6
Lmao they sure don't just my .02. My goal is too keep this car for 1 yr and next summer getting into a v8 ins jus went down

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. Just realized he had a six mybad
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There's a couple different superchargers that work nicely with the 4.0L v6. If max power is your main focus, than a centrifugal supercharger is a most. Your best bet for max power would be the Procharger stage II kit. It comes with the a 2 core intercooler, 39lb injectors, computer programer, and other odds and ends for a complete install.

The only thing you may need is a fuel pump booster or an upgraded fuel pump. Other than that, you'll very very close to your 350hp goal at 10psi. This is also assuming your Mustang is mostly stock?

I should also mention, with this much power you're going to quickly find all the weakest links in your drivetrain. Especially the factory rear. I highly recommend switching to the 8.8 rear found in the GT's. Although, maybe you already have some upgrades? Fill me in on your current mods and budget and we can go from there!

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Got it. You can certainly install the supercharger kit first and use the programer that it comes with to run the car safety. However, if you drive it aggressively, the factory rear end won't last very long. If you look in the classified section, there's usually a few guys selling used 8.8's that will swap directly into your v6, too. This will help keep the budget down.

Is the car a manual or automatic transmission? If it's a manual, be careful with the clutch in the meantime, as it won't last under harsh abuse for long with any supercharger.

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Got it. You can certainly install the supercharger kit first and use the programer that it comes with to run the car safety. However, if you drive it aggressively, the factory rear end won't last very long. If you look in the classified section, there's usually a few guys selling used 8.8's that will swap directly into your v6, too. This will help keep the budget down.

Is the car a manual or automatic transmission? If it's a manual, be careful with the clutch in the meantime, as it won't last under harsh abuse for long with any supercharger.

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I have the procharger stage 2 that I'm putting in within the next 2 weeks finally. I'll make sure to let you know my .02 cents once it's in.
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Don't get too hung up on the dyno sheet - lots of guys were putting down a lot more power on their dyno sheet than my 2006 Xcharger Xtreme was. But they couldn't get a better time slip than my 12.6 even with the bigger dyno numbers and I beat them every time I went up against them.

What is your goal with the car as far as street use, track use, and use of the power? That is what determines what forced induction makes the most sense for you.

I loved my Xcharger. It didn't have the biggest dyno sheet, but the power was there where I needed it most - daily commute on the highway when the lane stops for no apparent reason. Hit the gas and the low end torque and power of the Xcharger got me from 0 to 70 in no time so I could get into the lane that was moving. At the track it got the car where I wanted it, running mid 12's. (it was a convertible so I didn't want to have to fully cage it)
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I have the procharger stage 2 that I'm putting in within the next 2 weeks finally. I'll make sure to let you know my .02 cents once it's in.
thanks that would help alot
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