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Old 8/19/10, 05:53 AM
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Hey, a guy can dream



Only like what 13,000 plug labour
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Old 8/19/10, 07:30 AM
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Not a lot different than what I did

Exactly!



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If I had a do a Mustang over card I'd get a GT500 do wheels, tint, and tires, and up the boost.
On second thought, I'm going with option B, Gary's idea.
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Old 8/19/10, 09:20 AM
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Whats up my California peeps?? Havent been around for a couple weeks and wanted to say whats up
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Old 8/19/10, 09:26 AM
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Nothing much.. business as usual.

Still have that brake dashlight issue going on every once in a while. I think that sensor in the reservior is on the blink.
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Old 8/19/10, 09:31 AM
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Thats strange. I have never heard of something doing that like it does to you.
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Old 8/19/10, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by BoogieNights View Post
Thats strange. I have never heard of something doing that like it does to you.
There's a thread here in TMS that I linked a while back from a guy that had the exact problem. In his case, it was the sensor, guessing mine is probably the same. I'm in no mood to change it though.
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Old 8/19/10, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by TacoBill View Post
There's a thread here in TMS that I linked a while back from a guy that had the exact problem. In his case, it was the sensor, guessing mine is probably the same. I'm in no mood to change it though.
Eh, its Chris' problem now
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Originally Posted by superfly s197 View Post
Eh, its Chris' problem now
Until he gets a yob, it's still my problem.
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Old 8/19/10, 12:34 PM
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Ford Racing announces 2.9L supercharger upgrade package for the 2011 Shelby GT500 good for 750 horsepower.



Ford Racing has some good news for owners of the 2011 Shelby GT500 who want to increase the performance of their car. The latest addition to the FRPP catalog is part number M-6066-MSVT29D, a supercharger upgrade package for the 2011 GT500 that pushes the aluminum block 5.4-liter V8 to produce 750 horsepower @ 6100 rpm and 670 lb-ft torque @ 4700 rpm. The kit swaps the 2.1L stock blower for a 2.9L Whipple assembly with a “Crusher” inlet allowing for 17 psi of boost. Also included in the package is Whipple’s 123mm MAF housing, a 65mm dual bore throttle body (part #M-9926-CJ65), an upgraded dual fuel pump assembly, and a Ford Racing ProCal tool with a performance calibration. The kit is 50 state emissions legal.

Pricing for the full 750 horsepower upgrade package is set at $6,295.00 with a polished version (M-6066-MSVT29PD) available for $300 more. Those who want to upgrade components separately can purchase the supercharger separately (M-6066-MSVT29TD) for $4,399.00.
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Old 8/19/10, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by TacoBill View Post
Ford Racing announces 2.9L supercharger upgrade package for the 2011 Shelby GT500 good for 750 horsepower.



Ford Racing has some good news for owners of the 2011 Shelby GT500 who want to increase the performance of their car. The latest addition to the FRPP catalog is part number M-6066-MSVT29D, a supercharger upgrade package for the 2011 GT500 that pushes the aluminum block 5.4-liter V8 to produce 750 horsepower @ 6100 rpm and 670 lb-ft torque @ 4700 rpm. The kit swaps the 2.1L stock blower for a 2.9L Whipple assembly with a “Crusher” inlet allowing for 17 psi of boost. Also included in the package is Whipple’s 123mm MAF housing, a 65mm dual bore throttle body (part #M-9926-CJ65), an upgraded dual fuel pump assembly, and a Ford Racing ProCal tool with a performance calibration. The kit is 50 state emissions legal.

Pricing for the full 750 horsepower upgrade package is set at $6,295.00 with a polished version (M-6066-MSVT29PD) available for $300 more. Those who want to upgrade components separately can purchase the supercharger separately (M-6066-MSVT29TD) for $4,399.00.
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Old 8/19/10, 01:32 PM
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You will have as much power or more with your TVS Ray
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Old 8/19/10, 04:03 PM
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You will have as much power or more with your TVS Ray
I know... I'm just drooling.
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Old 8/19/10, 07:30 PM
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Ya there's always something better the more you wait...That BOSS 302 LS sure is sexy! I think were all going through MLC to tell you the truth.
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Originally Posted by JedCranium View Post
I think were all going through MLC to tell you the truth.
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Old 8/22/10, 03:52 PM
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OMFG, 17 psi of boost. Any words of the Ford warranty with that kit.
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Old 8/23/10, 06:57 AM
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Ford Racing officially announces new supercharger system for the 2011 Mustang 5.0 with up to 624 horsepower.


Ford Racing has announced today the availability of a new, 2.3L twin-screw supercharger for the 2011 Mustang. When mated to the all-new 5.0L 4V TiVCT V8 engine, this 50-state-legal powertrain, can produce 624 hp SAE @ 6900 rpm and 536 lb-ft SAE @ 4700 rpm. This is the first Twin-screw unit available to consumers.

The new supercharger is Ford Racing’s first power upgrade component for the new 5.0 engine. It was developed by Ford Racing engineers, in close collaboration with Ford Motor Company’s powertrain engineers, Team Mustang, and select Tier 1 suppliers. The supercharger is being seen for the first time Saturday at the annual Woodward Dream Cruise in Ford’s Mustang Alley display.
“Superchargers are the ultimate in power upgrades for Mustang enthusiasts,” says George Goddu, Ford Racing Performance Group Manager. “However, calibration for a modern V8 engine, especially one with twin-independent variable cam timing, is incredibly complex. Production calibration for the 5.0 engine took 19 months. And we had that knowledge base to work from.



“In fact we had the whole engineering background of the engine right from initial concept,” Goddu added. “Without that extensive knowledge, calibration for a supercharger would be a long, difficult, hit-or-miss operation. It would be almost impossible to do optimum calibration, that results in great power, along with drivability and durability.”

“After more than 100 hours of accelerated durability testing, the entire Ford Racing package performed flawlessly” reports Dev Saberwal, Ford Racing’s lead calibration engineer, “Ford Racing performance parts are subjected to extensive testing to ensure optimum performance across a broad range of conditions.”

This supercharger comes as a complete package, and it’s available in three levels: a 525 hp kit with a 12/12 warranty; a 624 hp kit and a tuner kit for racing and extreme enthusiasts. Each of these impressive kits gives 2011 Mustang owners the opportunity to boost the performance of their cars to new levels.

Ford Racing Performance Parts offers a large selection of performance products from complete race cars to injectors. For Mustang enthusiasts Ford Racing’s catalog of performance upgrades offers a range of enhancements for the 2011 Mustang as well as a wide range of power, chassis-system and appearance upgrades for 2010, 2005-2009 and earlier Mustangs.









The Ford Racing Supercharger 525hp Kit (M-6066-MGT525D) includes:
  • 2.3L twin-screw supercharger assembly
  • Intake manifold
  • Complete air-to-liquid intercooler system
    • Drive belt
    • 47 lb./hr., high-impedance fuel injectors (M-9593-LU47)
    • Ford Racing ProCal tool with performance calibration
    • 12 month /12,000 mile warranty (when installed by a Ford or Lincoln dealer)
    • Produces 525 SAE hp @ 6400 rpm and 470 SAE lb.-ft. @ 4200 rpm, at approximately 7 psi of boost with 93 octane fuel
    • MSRP $7,199.00 (black) and $7,799.00 (polished chrome)
The Ford Racing Supercharger 624hp Kit (M-6066-MGT624D) includes:
  • 2.3L twin-screw supercharger assembly
    • Intake manifold
    • Complete air-to-liquid intercooler system
    • Drive belt
    • 47 lb./hr., high-impedance fuel injectors (M-9593-LU47)
    • Ford Racing ProCal tool with performance calibration
    • Produces 624 SAE hp @ 6900 rpm and 536 SAE lb.-ft. @ 4700 rpm, at approximately 9 psi of boost with 93 octane fuel
    • MSRP $7,499.00 (black) and $8,099.00 (polished chrome)
The Ford Racing Supercharger Tuner Kit (M-6066-MGT23TD) includes:
  • 2.3L twin-screw supercharger assembly
  • Intake manifold
  • Complete air-to-liquid intercooler system
  • Drive belt
  • 47 lb./hr., high-impedance fuel injectors (M-9593-LU47)
  • MSRP $6,499.00 (black) and $7,099.00 (polished chrome)
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Old 8/23/10, 08:03 AM
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What I find interesting is that the two kits are separated buy a pulley and a tune?? and of course 100hp.

Looks like the weak rods and pistons aren't as weak as expected, still it's a helluva deal. My car feels old now

Gonna have to go find some 350z, challenger, stupid ricer or a clock to make it all better. Why did I sell my DRs ?
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What I find interesting is that the two kits are separated buy a pulley and a tune?? and of course 100hp.

Looks like the weak rods and pistons aren't as weak as expected, still it's a helluva deal. My car feels old now

Gonna have to go find some 350z, challenger, stupid ricer or a clock to make it all better. Why did I sell my DRs ?
And cranked up the redline another 500 rpm's.

No mention of an upgraded fuel delivery system. Guessing the stock fuel pump can handle it?

My car is even older than yours.
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