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Old 07-28-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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Ford / Whipple 750 hp upgrade

As anyone upgraded to this supercharger? Just wanted some pro's and cons. Looking at that and KB.
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Re: Ford / Whipple 750 hp upgrade

i have done a few of them with great success...im not a kb person personally had to many problems..so im a whipple guy...2.9 whipple, full exhaust, 18lbs on pump gas your looking at close to 700rwhp...so cant beat it..
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I am looking to upgrade when my factory warranty is over to put it all together. When you say full exhaust you mean headers as well? Or a cat back with mufflers? I was thinking Borla.
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yes longtubes also...but even without them you will make mid 600s with ease...yes borla catback is great..im a borla and magnaflow fan..
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Re: Ford / Whipple 750 hp upgrade

Did this upgrade in April 2011, ( M-6066-MSVT29D ), netted me 656rwhp. If I were to do it over I would go another route & get the same results or better. The FRPP Pro-Cal tuner is very " safe ", limits the rpm to 6K. ( it drove like a stock GT500 with more hp )
I still have the Whipple 2.9, got rid of the twin 65mm T/B, went with the FRPP mono-blade T/B. Got rid of the upgraded fuel pump & back to running the stock GT500 unit with 72 lb injectors. Got rid of the Pro-Cal tuner, went with an SCT / JDM custom tune.
Not sure where you are from but if there is a good " Ford " tuner near you, that is the way to go. Tell the tuner what your goals are & they will take care of you..
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Did this upgrade in April 2011, ( M-6066-MSVT29D ), netted me 656rwhp. If I were to do it over I would go another route & get the same results or better. The FRPP Pro-Cal tuner is very " safe ", limits the rpm to 6K. ( it drove like a stock GT500 with more hp )
I still have the Whipple 2.9, got rid of the twin 65mm T/B, went with the FRPP mono-blade T/B. Got rid of the upgraded fuel pump & back to running the stock GT500 unit with 72 lb injectors. Got rid of the Pro-Cal tuner, went with an SCT / JDM custom tune.
Not sure where you are from but if there is a good " Ford " tuner near you, that is the way to go. Tell the tuner what your goals are & they will take care of you..
I am in Georgia and will look into it. The way they make it sound is that it is bolt on and go I guess there is more to it.
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I am in Georgia and will look into it. The way they make it sound is that it is bolt on and go I guess there is more to it.
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The FRPP kit is pretty much plug & play, I had mine dyno'd to verify the results. My point is for pretty much the same $$$$$ outlay, you can have better results....................example:
Twin 65mm T/B, ( M-9926-CJ65 ) flows 1517cfm, MSRP - $ 689.95
Mono-blade T/B, ( M-9926-SCJ ) flows 1797 cfm, MSRP - $ 679.00
You can find better prices on both on the several websites.
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