Thinking Of Procharging Help Me

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by Badd GT, May 9, 2014.


  1. Badd GT

    Badd GT Founding Member

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    My mods are in sig
    I never been to track but run identical to cars that run 12.0-12.2
    I prided myself in staying all motor and able to beat lots of cars running power adders
    I messed up with last round of mods and did not build block
    So with having a stock block would it be worth running 6lbs or so with a procharger?
    I am probably around 320rwhp now and I win a lot because I dump clutch at idle and I am gone
    Very few people beat me out of hole
    I know another 100rwhp will help after I hit 50mph but will traction problems be way worse
    And how will it work with existing mods?
    I am just trying to get thru this year to see if I want a 2015 or a boss 302 and twin turbo that
    Total cost of 3 core 6rib procharger will be $4100 new and I don't mind losing a couple thousand to have a year of fun
     
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  2. Nightfire

    Nightfire Mustang Master

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    Yes, it'll be worth it. Procharger FTW
     
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  3. Mattstang04

    Mattstang04 Active Member

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    You put 6 lbs on what you got already, you may have the most entertaining year driving of your life.

    Love my freakin' ProCharger. It just screams all the time, like a ****ed off, wailing banshee. :rock:
     
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  4. flstang65

    flstang65 Well-Known Member

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    Let me know when you want to sell it when you are done. Lol. I say do it and run 8 pounds.
     
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