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Old 08-29-2013, 09:56 PM   #1
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Roushcharged '11 - '14?

Had anyone Roushcharged their '11 - '14 GT yet? Specifically a Phase 3?
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Old 08-29-2013, 11:31 PM   #2
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compare VMP and see which one is better value and power
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This lady is selling hers. I don't know the price. But can maybe find out. Very low miles. Super clean. But it's in Louisiana.
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Pretty sure that's a 10
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Pretty sure that's a 10
It is a 10' 427r is a 4.6L car. Fast yea but it's not a coyote
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Old 08-30-2013, 07:07 AM   #6
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Dang. My bad. Thought it was an 11.
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427r is not fast. The m90 blower is crap
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Well this thread didn't go where I hoped. . I'm not looking for a Roush car. Just asking if anyone has Roushcharged their GT. I am hoping to find someone who has to see what else they modified to handle the 675HP.
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Well this thread didn't go where I hoped. . I'm not looking for a Roush car. Just asking if anyone has Roushcharged their GT. I am hoping to find someone who has to see what else they modified to handle the 675HP.
There is a few people on here running them man.
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Hence why I posted this thread. To get them to speak out. I tried searching threads for some with no luck.
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Old 08-30-2013, 04:39 PM   #11
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I have the roush tvs 575hp package with a vmp data logged tune 557 hp/461 tq. Plenty for me. Some are well into the 600s at the wheels with different pulleys and other mods.
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Did you have upgrade anything else on your car to accommodate the extra power?
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Did you have upgrade anything else on your car to accommodate the extra power?
I changed the driveshaft to a DSS one, but that was it. I plan to go into the high 600s but will swap my internals to forged ones when I do.
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Old 08-30-2013, 05:29 PM   #14
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Yea I'm planning on getting a DSS Shaft as well. Thanks man.
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I should have told you that when I had the roush calibration I was at 508 hp/ 430 tq. I'm still running close to 7 lbs of boost.
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I sent you a pm a couple days ago. We've put this on a few cars and made anywhere from 600-650 on the 82mm pulley. This was using a VMP tune and Lund tune. The phase 2 kit was dynoed at 560RWHP which isn't too bad. We had a guy run the 675 kit and hasn't had any issues but he also hasn't been to the dyno yet. I gave you my number just in case you had any questions.
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Very happy with my Roush tvs. I'm around ~670/540. Vmp tuned. Jayman is who you want to talk to dealing with tvs.
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Roush 540 - 675 upgrade

i did mine last year. had the orig Roush Stage I on a coyote for about a year. put the Stage III kit on it. so 675 as advertized. huge difference between the 540 & 675. so far no problems. if i go any higher i will forge the internals. but this is scary fast right now for me.
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I'm thinking of putting a single turbo on mine. Research indicates this is efficient power.
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I'm thinking of putting a single turbo on mine. Research indicates this is efficient power.
Go with the jpc turbo or fastlanes turbo. If you want a single. Hellion will be ok if you want to keep it at low boost. At 10lbs plus with hellion you will run into back pressure problems. Unless you swap out all the "hot side" piping.
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JPC or CPR for single kits looking for big power. My buddy has single hellion...runs real hard. Albeit, He hasn't went over 9#.
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JPC or CPR for single kits looking for big power. My buddy has single hellion...runs real hard. Albeit, He hasn't went over 9#.
Is the CPR even in production yet? He will be fine as long as he stays under 10.
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Multiple kits are out for real world testing now.
My buddy just vented to atmosphere and plans to add cutouts to reduce back pressure as much as possible. We went to track last night and did some testing to his and mine.
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