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Old 04-11-2015, 07:32 AM   #1
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Procharger i1 need some feed back

Dose any one have the stage 2 procharger i1 control boost just looking for some feedback on it ...is it worth 8500$ and dose it pit out like procharger says it dose 7 to 9 psi makes 600rwhp

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Old 04-14-2015, 05:24 PM   #2
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Bump... Really no one has this or a friend?

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Old 05-15-2015, 07:01 PM   #3
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Dose any one have the stage 2 procharger i1 control boost just looking for some feedback on it ...is it worth 8500$ and dose it pit out like procharger says it dose 7 to 9 psi makes 600rwhp

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Have one on my 13 mustang. Wouldn't recommend it. I am going on my 3rd tune from procharger while they try to figure it out. Keeps throwing codes and they don't know why. save yourself the aggrivation and go turbo.
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Agreed, go turbo.
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I have in my 13 and its great. Tune was by Tuning by James email it, and its the best to do.


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you'd be fine with a p1sc or d1sc for those numbers... the i1 is cool but you don't need it for what you're trying to achieve
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you'd be fine with a p1sc or d1sc for those numbers... the i1 is cool but you don't need it for what you're trying to achieve
Agree with this. Also if you want 600 rwhp and really fun part throttle boost it's tough to beat a properly tuned TVS 2300 ala the Roush or preferrably the VMP. Although years past I had a Procharger D-1SC and it was fun, love the whine at idle.
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My understanding after talking with many 11 plus 5.0 owners, a Vortech or Paxton supercharger is where its at. I like the look of the Vortech over the Paxton and how it flows with the engine bay.

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Agree with this. Also if you want 600 rwhp and really fun part throttle boost it's tough to beat a properly tuned TVS 2300 ala the Roush or preferrably the VMP. Although years past I had a Procharger D-1SC and it was fun, love the whine at idle.
My I1 makes about 540 rear wheel at 7lbs of boost with no other power adders. A buddy's car has the vmp and it's a nice piece making good power at 8lbs.
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I've been thinking about a vortech as well. I'm just worried about what engine parts I would need to upgrade. I don't want to go over 550whp.

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I've been thinking about a vortech as well. I'm just worried about what engine parts I would need to upgrade. I don't want to go over 550whp.

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There are guys running 650-700 rwhp on factory internals with the 5.0's. Its all about the tune.

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There are guys running 650-700 rwhp on factory internals with the 5.0's. Its all about the tune.

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But how long will their engine last?

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I've been thinking about a vortech as well. I'm just worried about what engine parts I would need to upgrade. I don't want to go over 550whp.

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Vortech and done if 550 is what you're looking for. You don't NEED an off road pipe or anything other than the blower and fuel upgrades.

I would have loved to get a single turbo but after factoring in ease of install and not wanting to go more than 600rwhp, I went with the Vortech.


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I've had Procharger issues in the past so I personally won't buy one again. I am half way saved for the black Vortech Torque Booster setup that Team Beefcake sells with a Lund tune.
If you think of it, the "i" model is a supercharger with a CVT transmission. It sounds great on paper but in comparison, I think you may open yourself up for more problems than with something more simple and mainstream.
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Vortech and done if 550 is what you're looking for. You don't NEED an off road pipe or anything other than the blower and fuel upgrades.

I would have loved to get a single turbo but after factoring in ease of install and not wanting to go more than 600rwhp, I went with the Vortech.


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Yeah I think that's what I'm going to do. I might add a cobra jet or boss 302 intake manifold. It's a daily driver but I would like the engine bay to look better for when I go to little shows and get together.

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I went with the black one as well. Best thing is that when I want more power, I'll add an intake, torque booster set up, boss intake etc.

I'm really happy with it.


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If I had a 5.0 and was looking at boost for a DD, I'd go with the VMP stage 2 kit and not look back.
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If I had a 5.0 and was looking at boost for a DD, I'd go with the VMP stage 2 kit and not look back.
I think this is really the way to go for a daily driver, no offense to the centri guys but if you have driven/owned both like some have - 90% of those people would say go with the VMP/Roush.
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I think this is really the way to go for a daily driver, no offense to the centri guys but if you have driven/owned both like some have - 90% of those people would say go with the VMP/Roush.
I'm looking into VMP now, but I was wondering which Roush kit would you suggest as well so I can look at both if them.

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I'm looking into VMP now, but I was wondering which Roush kit would you suggest as well so I can look at both if them.

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The vmp is the better buy than the roush
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The vmp is the better buy than the roush
The VMP stage 2 system is a better all around product than any of the Roush kits available. However many people do really well with a roush stage 1 kit, smaller pulley, CAI intake, aftermarket tune. By the time you add all that up you might as well went with the VMP system. The Roush tune sucks and it will need to be changed quickly, VMP stage 2 comes with a solid tune.
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VMP it is.

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