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Old 03-23-2014, 11:50 PM   #1
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Supercharger on 2014 gt

I'm thinking about doing the vmp supercharger kit on my Gt. But on these new 5.0 s do I have to do any internal motor parts along with it or can I slap on on and have some fun. I'm not looking to run the highest boost but I just want some more fun out of her.
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About 600 at the tires is the limit.

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* for stock motor

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That would be more than enough for a daily driver lol
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That would be more than enough for a daily driver lol
Depends

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Old 03-23-2014, 11:57 PM   #5
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Why? Lol
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For most people yes. Only thing i would recomend is billet oil gears.

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I know I will never have the fastest most powerful car on the road I just want something that give that big a$$ Grin on my face.
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Also how do the supercharger kits work with automatics? and guys please don't give me **** for buying a automatic GT.
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Just ordered the stage 3 vmp kit I'm really curious to see what is going to make

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I got one as well and they offer a stage 3 for automatics

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Automatics are not what they where use to be specially with that sports mode
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Just ordered the stage 3 vmp kit I'm really curious to see what is going to make

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I got one as well and they offer a stage 3 for automatics

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Automatics are not what they where use to be specially with that sports mode

Are you installing it your self or having a shop do it?
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If you don't mind me asking how much are they charging you?
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Wow! More than I expected what did they quote for hours to do it
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About a week and the dyno !
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The reason I ask is that I'm a service forman for international trucks. I look at the repairs in the hours it takes to do the job. and my job I work a lot with a local ford dealer that is a roush dealer so I would have them do the install so I don't have to.
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That's cool but wouldn't they give you crap since is not a roush kit ?

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I think you will pay more that way due to it being a roush dealer just my opinion
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I wouldn't think so. I just figure they would know what they are doing because they work with the high performance mustangs
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That's cool but wouldn't they give you crap since is not a roush kit ?

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I think you will pay more that way due to it being a roush dealer just my opinion

Being in the business I am in I can get a big discount on the labor rate with them.
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Well if you are getting hooked up then by all means but I thought roush only did roush. We are talking about the vmp kit right ?
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Yes the vmp kit. Like I said I only want to use a dealer that works with roush cuz they will know what to do and do the install the correct way.
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Oh ok then by all means then do it
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It's gunna be like 6 months at least before I can afford to get my kit so the people doing the install may change lol
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Lol yeah definitely
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Putting a blower on is actually surprisingly easy. Anyone with a reasonable aptitude and basic hand tools, with a little time, can do this. I think 1800 is a little rich, considering no front mount pipe fiddling. I guarantee I could get this done in a full day, if I wasn't interrupted. I'm no Roush dealer but it would not be my first time either so, I'm pretty representative of your average shadetree.
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Also how do the supercharger kits work with automatics? and guys please don't give me **** for buying a automatic GT.
The guy you're buyiong the kit from owns an auto.
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About a week and the dyno !
Why the need for a dyno? The kit comes with a tune from the guy who developed the kit.
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Lol. Don't be self-conscious of owning an auto. Once you slap that VMP in there, you will haul everyones ***. I am not joking. Be proud and also to note, you will not break down. cough cough mt82
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Order one already car in shop for the stage 3 install
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FYI I called roush about getting stage 3 setup on my 14 Gt auto and their response was they don't make stage 3 for autos not because engine can't handle the 675 horse but the automatic trans can't. But they recommend the stage 2 at 625 horses for the automatic transmission cars

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I got a VMP supercharger myself 82mm pulley, Justin did the install $1000 dollars including dyno time over 600 horsepower at the rear wheels but mine is in a boss 2013

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FYI I called roush about getting stage 3 setup on my 14 Gt auto and their response was they don't make stage 3 for autos not because engine can't handle the 675 horse but the automatic trans can't. But they recommend the stage 2 at 625 horses for the automatic transmission cars

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They're full of crap. It's not unheard of for guys to be making 1000 horsepower with these autos. They're the best autos Ford has yet to make. Go with the VMP/Roush kit. Trust me you'll be happy.
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1. If I ran, for example, a Paxton SC on my 14 Auto as a daily driver, would that be safe?
2. Any problems daily driving a SC car?
3. Would I be hitting 100k miles + with it without any problems?
4. What would be some potentials problems daily driving a SC car, if there were any?
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Depends on the install, tune, and the driver. If you're balls to the wall, doesn't matter if it's supercharged or not. Won't reach 100k. You've got the big displacement. So you don't need stupid boost. 6 lbs with a quality dyno tune, average driving, maintenance is a major thing. You'll be fine. Make sure to have an oil separator installed too.
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Nobody's making 1000 hp on an untouched auto. When they say stock auto, they mean with new HD clutches, a torque converter and specialized tuning, at least. 6R80 is good but, not that good.

Roush plays it safe because of their close relationship with the OEM and the fact they need to protect their rep because they make a whole car for public consumption, not just a slap on blower kit, you're on your own kid.

Centri blowers are the best bet for a power adder. Easy install, easy tuning, no durability complaints with the package parts and no strains on driveline parts or driveability off boost. The maximum smiles per gallon here and I've used every power adder there is at one time or another. It'd be my first choice if i was going this way with this car.
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