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ProCharger shares the results of a customer car running the Stage 2 ProCharger kit with P-1X supercharger headunit, which made an impressive 901 RWHP! This kit is described as a hard hitting blower, that still has the upper range to make big power. The setup which achieved 901 RWHP is as follows: Stage 2 ProCharger [&hellip

ProCharger shares the results of a customer car running the Stage 2 ProCharger kit with P-1X supercharger headunit, which made an impressive 901 RWHP! This kit is described as a hard hitting blower, that still has the upper range to make big power. The setup which achieved 901 RWHP is as follows: Stage 2 ProCharger [&hellip

Just last summer, ProCharger unveiled their Stage II Inter-cooled Supercharger System for the 2017-15 Ford Shelby GT350 & GT350R that can bolt on an easy 175 horsepower and then some….

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ProCharger has announced that their revolutionary new i-1 supercharger system is now available for the Ford Mustang Boss 302. The world’s first adjustable ratio supercharger, the i-1 boasts cockpit-controlled programmable boost and an optional touchscreen, …

The last time we checked in with Central Florida Motorsports the company had netted a low 11 second 1/4 mile with their 2011 Mustang V6, making it the fastest of its kind in the world. Since then they have improved even more on that time, recently netting their first 10 second 1/4 mile run with a 10.895 second pass at 125.37 mph.
So how did Central Florida Motorsports manage to turn the relatively docile Mustang V6 into a terror at the drag strip? ProCharger’s D1 centrifugal supercharger system is at the …

Despite having a more-than-respectable 305 horsepower and 280 lb-ft torque from the factory, V6-powered Mustangs don’t get quite as much respect as their V8 siblings. The aftermarket especially doesn’t give much love to the Mustang V6, with companies mainly producing parts for the 5.0L V8, and performance shops generally use the Mustang GT as their base for project cars. Even so, we can always appreciate when someone takes the performance plunge on two less cylinders.
Out of all companies ProCharger has led the V6 charge, producing a supercharger kit that boosts …

ProCharger has an impressive lineup of supercharger systems for the current Mustang lineup, from the HO, Stage II and cog race systems for the 5.0-liter V8 to the supercharger for the 3.7-liter V6. ProCharger has proved their worth on track as well, with a Mustang V6 running in the 12s and a 5.0-powered Mustang netting a 9-second time slip.
Now ProCharger has turned its attention to the Boss 302 as well. The company has fitted their intercooled supercharger system to a 2012 Competition Orange model and strapped it to the dyno …

The performance potential of the 2011+ Mustang 5.0 is well documented, with even slightly modified cars running in the 9′s and some even dipping down into the 8′s. The most recent example is a 2011 Mustang built by DPM Racing of Naples, Florida. The DPM team have fitted the car with a ProCharger F-1A supercharger system, Boss 302 intake, Stainless Works headers, Bassani axle-back exhaust, an ATF-built 4R70W automatic transmission, lowering springs and M&H drag radials. When everything is said and done, the car puts down an impressive 903 rwhp …

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