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Old 03-02-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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Supercharging my '13 5.0 Coyote

Which should I go with? Supercharger, pro charger, or? New to the F/I stuff so any input would be nice. Got some taxes back and I'm just seeing what would be best for my car.

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Which should I go with? Supercharger, pro charger, or? New to the F/I stuff so any input would be nice. Got some taxes back and I'm just seeing what would be best for my car.

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You can supercharge these cars? No way!
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I'd suggest a centri supercharger. Brands are Paxton, Vortec and Procharger. All essentially the same.
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I feel like we just had this thread....
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This doesn't answer your question, but just a little advice. If you're using your tax refund, my advice is that you have enough left over to put aside to cover extra costs and anything that might go wrong. When going FI, you never just spend just what the kit and labor costs. There's always a bunch of extra costs, whether they be to fix something that broke, or to upgrade something to keep it from breaking, or to supplement your kit. Most people overlook this.
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This doesn't answer your question, but just a little advice. If you're using your tax refund, my advice is that you have enough left over to put aside to cover extra costs and anything that might go wrong. When going FI, you never just spend just what the kit and labor costs. There's always a bunch of extra costs, whether they be to fix something that broke, or to upgrade something to keep it from breaking, or to supplement your kit. Most people overlook this.
+ 1,000,000..... Learned that lesson the hard way in my old Ranger......
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:41 PM   #8
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Check out VMP's new kit.
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Check out the new Procharger I-1!! Very nice!!!
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...or be happy with the simple, reliable, proven hammer approach of the Paxton or Vortech!! Also very nice!!
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Just say F it, and run a bottle with full exhaust/boltons
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Whipple is more expensive than other TVS...
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I've been looking into the Roush SC's and I really like the "Roush Phase 3 R2300 TVS Supercharger" from "Stage 3 Motorsports." It's rated at 675 hp which is well over what I need, but it would be nice to have that extra power.

But does anyone have this SC? Or know anyone with it? Is it safe to run on a stock 5.0 engine? 675 hp is a lot so I'm just curious..

Here's the link to it, let me know what you guys think.

http://www.stage3motorsports.com/201...Kit-675HP.html
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Personally going with beefcake racing Paxton complete kit for just 4700$ shipped and then have $$ left for 1 piece driveshaft, clutch and flywheel.
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I've been looking into the Roush SC's and I really like the "Roush Phase 3 R2300 TVS Supercharger" from "Stage 3 Motorsports." It's rated at 675 hp which is well over what I need, but it would be nice to have that extra power.

But does anyone have this SC? Or know anyone with it? Is it safe to run on a stock 5.0 engine? 675 hp is a lot so I'm just curious..

Here's the link to it, let me know what you guys think.

http://www.stage3motorsports.com/201...Kit-675HP.html
From what I've read, it ain't 'safe' but neither is driving in general.

There is a guy on here that jumped into a similar thread that was pushing 800 or more (something ridiculous, don't quote me on the number). He knows he is risking the block, but has the cash to cover it when it goes... If it goes. That being said, the Internet word is you can do about 600 without forged internals and a billet oil pump. A guy at Dallas mustang told me no problem up to and even over 700 with cars they've done. He may be selling me and those cars haven't had enough time to prove longevity.

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Personally going with beefcake racing Paxton complete kit for just 4700$ shipped and then have $$ left for 1 piece driveshaft, clutch and flywheel.
Beefcake uses Lund tunes :/ I don't have personal experience but heard here, othe e forums and two shops that Lund gets top hp numbers but could care less what happens to your engine as a result
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I plan on running a custom tune from my local shop, they have built tons of 5.0 and have great reputation in Miami. I also plan on building an engine if I f**** up mine, probably get the jpc short block with my stock heads and that should be good for a solid 800 reliable. Or I could get a new ford racing engine coming out in the next 6 month that jpc told me about, it could support 1000 with no problem according to them, and of course i would also need a tremec tranny also sold by jpc with clutch, fly wheel and driveshaft but that is all in the far future or if I f*** it up as soon as I strap the Paxton with I doubt would happen.
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I plan on running a custom tune from my local shop, they have built tons of 5.0 and have great reputation in Miami. I also plan on building an engine if I f**** up mine, probably get the jpc short block with my stock heads and that should be good for a solid 800 reliable. Or I could get a new ford racing engine coming out in the next 6 month that jpc told me about, it could support 1000 with no problem according to them, and of course i would also need a tremec tranny also sold by jpc with clutch, fly wheel and driveshaft but that is all in the far future or if I f*** it up as soon as I strap the Paxton with I doubt would happen.

I thought you were the road race champeen...careful, you're starting to talk like a drag racer....
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I thought you were the road race champeen...careful, you're starting to talk like a drag racer....
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I thought you were the road race champeen...careful, you're starting to talk like a drag racer....
How is that setup for drag racing only??
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The Paxton is the best bang for the buck IMO. It's not like I'm biased or anything either. Seriously though, you can't go wrong with any FI setup on these cars, they make stupid power with boost.
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The Paxton is the best bang for the buck IMO. It's not like I'm biased or anything either. Seriously though, you can't go wrong with any FI setup on these cars, they make stupid power with boost.
That's on AM right? I can't find it, could you post a link?
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That's on AM right? I can't find it, could you post a link?
I don't know if AM carries the Pacton. I got mine from Teambeefcakeracing.com . Beefcake has the best prices on Paxton and Vortech. Just search Paxton on here and other forums, there is tons of info out there.
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I don't know if AM carries the Pacton. I got mine from Teambeefcakeracing.com . Beefcake has the best prices on Paxton and Vortech. Just search Paxton on here and other forums, there is tons of info out there.
What are you making to your wheels? If you don't mind me asking
And will do, I'll check them out
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What are you making to your wheels? If you don't mind me asking
And will do, I'll check them out
I'm making 622rwhp/466tq. My mods are o/r h pipe, boss intake, ID1000 injectors, and Vortech boost a pump. I just bought the JLT CAI and will get retuned on Tuesday.
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I'm making 622rwhp/466tq. My mods are o/r h pipe, boss intake, ID1000 injectors, and Vortech boost a pump. I just bought the JLT CAI and will get retuned on Tuesday.
Ok, so if I go with this kit, will I still be able to use my BAMA Tuner from AM? Or would I be better off going to a dyno and having it done. Also, does this kit come with everything I need? Im asking because $4287.99 sounds almost too good to be true to have "615 hp" according to the site

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Paxton 2011-2014 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT/Boss 2200SL Tuner Kit Satin Finish

This the one?
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Ok, so if I go with this kit, will I still be able to use my BAMA Tuner from AM? Or would I be better off going to a dyno and having it done. Also, does this kit come with everything I need? Im asking because $4287.99 sounds almost too good to be true to have "615 hp" according to the site

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Paxton 2011-2014 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT/Boss 2200SL Tuner Kit Satin Finish

This the one?
The "tuner" kit does not come with injectors or a tuner. Since you already have a tuner all you would need are injectors and possibly a boost a pump. Talk to the shop that will install this and tune it. They will tell you what injectors to get. If you just want the "Paxton" tune, then you need to get the "complete" kit which comes with everything including a tuner with a pre loaded tune.
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Ok, so now its a battle between the Roush Phase 2" and the Paxton I have in a link up above... What do i do? lol I CANT DECIDE!...
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How is that setup for drag racing only??
All powwah...where's the delicate balance of forces so important to road racer heroes? What you're talking about sounds more like is something that snarls and leaps from one end of the straightaway to the other, boiling its brakes off into every turn from the speed generated.

...and seriously, how could a road racer live with himself adding about 100 pounds of extra weight out front and up high, upsetting the perfect chassis balance these cars have?


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go roush and get it from Vmp along with their tune you won't be sorry look at what Justin and his wife were able to do...
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go roush and get it from Vmp along with their tune you won't be sorry look at what Justin and his wife were able to do...
Yeah I'm leaning more towards the roush setup right now, everyone i know around here is saying to go for the roush phase 2 and when i decide to go for more power, all i really have to do is get the phase 3 pulley and a few other things

And whose justin and his wife?
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All powwah...where's the delicate balance of forces so important to road racer heroes? What you're talking about sounds more like is something that snarls and leaps from one end of the straightaway to the other, boiling its brakes off into every turn from the speed generated.

...and seriously, how could a road racer live with himself adding about 100 pounds of extra weight out front and up high, upsetting the perfect chassis balance these cars have?

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Lol power is something that gets to everyone that races with an engine. Bigger and more is more fun!!. But yea I also have to make other upgrades to handle the road course. As far as balance the new engine is lighter and the Paxton kit weight about 50 pounds or so. This isn't an all out race car, I also use it to go get groceries
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