If you are looking for big power from your '10 Mustang GT, ProCharger has the answer. With the redesigned '10 Mustang comes two new self-contained, intercooled supercharger kits from ProCharger. The HO Intercooled and Stage II Intercooled systems offer two levels of performance for the Mustang enthusiast. The HO Intercooled kit uses a P-1SC-1 head unit and three-core air-to-air intercooler to make power. The system also includes a ProFlow bypass valve, 39.5 lb/hr fuel injectors, an upgraded in-tank fuel pump, a Diablo-Sport Predator handheld tuner with ProCharger's custom tune preloaded, and 2.5- and 3.0-inch tubing to plumb the system. The Stage II system uses all 3.0-inch tubing, as well as a new low-profile electric fan and the coolant-reservoir replacement tank necessary to clear the larger tubing. Both systems can be upgraded to ProCharger's larger D-1SC and F-1 head units, and the Stage II is designed to support higher levels of horsepower.
Roush Performance www.roushperformance.com...
With one of the winningest names in racing, Roush Performance has used its on-track success to design and manufacture quality performance parts for the street. The Roushcharger is a great way to add power and the Roush heritage to your Mustang. The main component of this kit is the Roush M90 Roots-type supercharger, which produces 5 pounds of boost out of the box. The kit also includes an air-to-water intercooler system, high-flow fuel injectors, and an air-induction system. The '10 Roushcharger kit raises horsepower to 435 flywheel horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, seriously boosting the fun factor when you hit the loud pedal. The Roushcharger is 50-state legal and is even covered under the 3-year/36,000-mile factory warranty. Roush also offers a TVS version for the Three-Valve engine-we've driven one deep into the 10s on a street-legal GT.
After three decades of racing and building specialty Mustangs, Steve Saleen is at it again. SMS Supercars is Steve's newest endeavor, and the firm has released its SMS 296 Supercharger System. The SMS 296 Supercharger System features a new Lysholm compressor, as well as a new intercooler design. The LYS32M3 Lysholm compressor module puts out an incredible 32 cubic meters of air per minute. The system is designed to increase power yet decrease fuel consumption compared to similar horsepower configurations from a naturally aspirated engine.
The SMS Six Pack Intercooler System features six cylindrical microfin intercoolers, which provide more than 60 percent of additional cooling and efficiency compared to conventional intercoolers. The system uses a single-pass coolant flow, a 90-lpm water pump, and a high-volume dual-pass heat exchanger to handle the extremely high horsepower applications.
Tork Tech Incorporated www.torktech.com...
Tork Tech Incorporated
The philosophies of "no compromise" and "dedication to design excellence" is what Tork Tech Incorporated was founded on. Delivering performance from idle to redline at affordable prices allows enthusiasts to make the power they want without breaking the bank. Tork Tech specializes in relatively simple bolt-on, Roots-type systems for the Two-Valve-equipped Mustangs, and we've heard positive feedback on the performance. Want a system capable of making 750 rwhp? Tork Tech's new TVS 1900 system can help you get the job done. This state-of-the-art Magnuson TVS 1900 self-contained positive-displacement supercharger system is extremely efficient and will add the extra grunt you're looking for. The kit comes standard with an eight-rib pulley setup, a high-flow cold-air intake, a huge oval throttle body, and a heavy-duty air-to-water intercooler system with front-mount heat exchanger.
What separates one supercharger from the next? With Techco's Reverse-Revolution Twin Screw supercharger, the answer is "everything." Techco's unique design optimizes airflow efficiency with many original design features. The air inlet is the first obvious differentiator from many other twin-screws. Techco moved the throttle body to the front of the unit, allowing more direct airflow into the compressor housing. Once the incoming air is compressed, it flows into Techco's unique intercooler housing. The twin-intercooler design ensures the intake charge is evenly distributed to each runner bank. This design offers greater cooling capacity and higher thermal efficiency. A further benefit of the front inlet design is the additional space above the supercharger that is used for long, high-flow intake runners, which greatly improves low-end torque.
Vortech Engineering www.vortechsuperchargers.com...
Vortech Engineering, known for its centrifugal superchargers, has stepped into the twin-screw playground with its new Lysholm-design VTS Series. The VTS is a positive displacement design, providing maximum low-end torque coupled with high efficiency for the best possible top-end power. Other features include a plenum design with increased volume, allowing unrestricted flow to the intake port, and an oversized dual-pass air-to-water charge cooler for a lower discharge temperature. An integrated bypass valve and fuel-rail mount positions are provided, and calibration is accomplished through the DiabloSport Predator hand-held programmer. The manifold also has provisions for upgrading to the larger 3.3L compressor.