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Old 02-12-2011, 12:17 AM   #1
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ProCharger vs FRPP

I have been looking into getting the most performance per dollar out of my 2011 GT/CS so I have been looking at supercharging my stang. Does anyone have any advise for getting the most bang for my buck?
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I have been looking into getting the most performance per dollar out of my 2011 GT/CS so I have been looking at supercharging my stang. Does anyone have any advise for getting the most bang for my buck?
Tork teck if they make a model for your car...kenne bell is nice too
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Idk i really like one from ffrp. I think that they even have 2 dif types for whatever your needs may be.
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Idk i really like one from ffrp. I think that they even have 2 dif types for whatever your needs may be.
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

+1 for Kenne Bell
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+1 for Kenne Bell
The Kenne Bell is capable of 1400 hp... Technically that's the best bang for the buck lol, but you can also get about 500 hp crank from full exhaust and intake with a tune, something to think about
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The Kenne Bell is capable of 1400 hp... Technically that's the best bang for the buck lol, but you can also get about 500 hp crank from full exhaust and intake with a tune, something to think about
Full exhaust will cost about 1500-2500. I just looked at the kenne bell and it looks pretty legit. But it looks like it runs best with a ram air kit which will force u to get a ram air hood...
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I'm running a whipple. No complaints at all. 20 psi and loving it.
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I'm running a whipple. No complaints at all. 20 psi and loving it.
+1 I would go with a whipple. Heard lots of good things about them
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I have been looking at the whipple and I like the power gains. Does anyone know if it will void my warranty?
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

whipples are so badass. expensive
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Does the dealer offer a blower add on? I know they did on some models. Only way they r not gonna void warranty.
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I have been looking at the whipple and I like the power gains. Does anyone know if it will void my warranty?
Ask your dealer. Sometimes if they install it the warranty will stay valid. They would know best
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

What Al said.
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Thanks guys! I appreciate all the comments! I will talk to my local dealer see what's what!
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Whipple all the way. I was always a Kenne Bell fan and will not attempt to knock them now but I just put a 550 HP Whipple on my 05 and must say the fit & finnish is second to none. All HIGH quality parts and lots of actual OEM Ford parts to. I have never been more happy with anything before. Absolutely LOVE IT!!
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

Your talking about 2 different types of superchargers. ProCharger/Vortech is a centri and Whipple/Kenne bell is a twin screw type blower. The centri needs to build boost, and a twin screw will give you boost as soon as you lay into it.

Something to think about when buying a supercharger.
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+1 whipple.
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

there are MANY choices, if you want to keep some form of warranty you may have to do the Ford Racing whipple which will work great
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Re: ProCharger vs FRPP

Check out your dealer-or-an FRPP licensed installer/dealer in your area. They should be able to warranty the blower situation. As has been said-if it's not handled by a licensee then no mas warranty. I say: Whipple it.
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