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Old 03-15-2012, 07:37 AM   #1
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Coyote supercharger

As of late I have really been gettin the supercharger fever. A couple questions. How much power can the stock block handle? What else will I need to build on the vehicle along with the supercharger?
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As of late I have really been gettin the supercharger fever. A couple questions. How much power can the stock block handle? What else will I need to build on the vehicle along with the supercharger?
Grabber: it all depends if you plan to go wild or not. The Vortech blower, one which I have on my 2011 gt, comes with everything needed to install, including a safe tune. Plan on approx 500 RWHP. You can then bump the power up from there with several options from Vortech, such as smaller pulleys or their open element air filter kit. Other Brands that also accomplish the same thing are Edelbrock and Ford Racing. If a hassle-free experience is desired stick with one of these stock kits...you will not be disappointed! PM me for more...
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I think comfortably with a bolt on supercharger you can push around 525 to 550hp and with alittle extra work maybe even push to 600hp. But for a DD i think around 525 to 550
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Are u guys saying 550whp or bhp?
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Re: Coyote supercharger

Both guys gave excellant Info, and you did asked the right questions. The most important part is to find out what HP, your car can handle, I believe a lot of people overlook that part and do too much and damage stuff big time.
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I'm really just looking for modest gains, but I've heard of people saying 600-650 on the stock block. I would like 450-500 whp. Right now I figure I'm pushing 380
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I'm really just looking for modest gains, but I've heard of people saying 600-650 on the stock block. I would like 450-500 whp. Right now I figure I'm pushing 380
You can definetly get away way with 450 to 500 wrhp for sure on te stock block
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You can definetly get away way with 450 to 500 wrhp for sure on te stock block
Which brand... I really like what I've heard and seen out of procharger
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Re: Coyote supercharger

The stock block will handle about 650whp safely. After that you really start to push it. Specially on 93 octane. Going E85 will allow you to make over 700whp.

Now every blower out there will really make close to 580-620whp. Only one that will not is the FRPP 524 kit. Now y ou have to ask what kind of blower you want. A Positive Displacement or a Centrifical one. They each have pro's/con's. The PD is instant power/boost. Can be great yet can make traction hard to find. A centri is kinda like a turbo. More you soin it more boost it makes. I went Centri and paxton. Paxton/Vortech is the same company that makes them and ownes t hem. But the Paxton is cheaper yet the head unit is the biggest one they offer less you get a YSI one form voretch. They are the same. The standard vortech you get with the kit is nice but you want to start pushing power above 650whp later you will have to upgrade the blower just like the procharger. No need to do that with the Paxton. It is a huge head unit already. Same for the KB/Whipples once go so far you need to upgrade head units. If you want a Vortech/paxton comtact BeefCake Racing. He will have the best price out there. I called every one literally and then him. He beat everyones price by a couple hundred. Geuss that advatage of you being sponsored by Vortech/Paxton.

If you want a blower here is IMO the options you should look at ordering one.

Paxton
Roush
Vortech/Procharger(order the bigger head unit when order)
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Will I need to get blower cams?
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Will I need to get blower cams?
No.. Don't waste your money less you plan on doing a complete engine build. Which then you drop compression to 9:1, forged internals, boss heads that been ported, then custom spec blower cams.

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Are you a manual or auto?
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No.. Don't waste your money less you plan on doing a complete engine build. Which then you drop compression to 9:1, forged internals, boss heads that been ported, then custom spec blower cams.

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Are you a manual or auto?
No, I want modest gains, do not plan on doing a full rebuild, still want something street able for sure. I'm rocking the manual
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From the sound of it...I'd recommend you go PD blower. A centrifugal charger will almost be like running a big single...I'm from a turbo background and there is a lot more capabilities from a drag standpoint with centri., but it sounds like you won't be doing much of that. Get your PD...low end torque and respectable power.
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No, I want modest gains, do not plan on doing a full rebuild, still want something street able for sure. I'm rocking the manual
Get a good clutch for when you get blower.

If not going to hit the track a lot I would say go with the Roush. one these two will be perfect.

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