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I am looking to get feed back from owners with superchargers that have had them on there car for a decent amount of time. I want to get some feed back on how the car is holding up to 550-600 rwhp after a year or so of driving with the power adder. Looking through most of the threads people talk about there system shortly after install I wanna here if their cars are still reliable daily drivers after some time has went by thanks


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I'm interested in this as well.

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I third that statement
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Me two...

This is another post to get up my numbers...

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Ditto, I want to know as well. If I do not buy a 2015 GT, then a supercharger will go into my 2011 GT.

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Just know that with any large amount of power added it does increase stress on parts, make sure that you mod you car to handle that stress and you'll have a much longer life with that power. Every time you mod a car to higher levels there is always a level of risk.

I always mod my cars but i spend money on forged/stronger parts to cope with my power goals. I do understand this new coyote is pretty safe at 550rwhp but my aim is closer to 850rwhp.

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I replaced the M90 Eaton on my '07' (18K miles) with forged bottom and the TVS and only problem I had in 12K miles was two cracked vaccume hoses when I wound it up and dumped the clutch. Local Ford dealer found problem in 45 mins. Very trouble free, it was used as my road car with 503 rwhp. Now upgraded to a '13' Roush (approx 525 rwhp) and hope for the same trouble free experience. Problems I've heard of is when you start pushing the envelope looking for more. Any good package has it's limits.
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Very interesting thread as I am putting a SC in my 2011 this summer. Hopefully we get some feedback.

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Mine is coming in july im interested in hearing some feedback as well.

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Put a vortech on my 2011 mustang gt on July 4th weekend in 2011. It had around 7,000 miles on it then and just turned 15,000. No problems what so ever, except the stock pirellis are ruined, the M&H drag masters are ruined and now I am torturing a set of Mich PSS. see how long they will last. I have been changing oil (engine and supercharger) every 4k miles and and ussualy cut the filter and look for metal, no signs of any thing comming apart. Oh the stock MT82 is still holding up and shifting fine. Along with the stock clutch.
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Best mod ever....
Not only did the tvs improve acceleration greatly, it also expanded the usuable range. Engine is fully usuable up 8% hill at 1300 rpm in 5th. 1000 rpm on level ground in 5th. That is like 5th down to 30 mph and is not lugging. Doesn't have any acceleration there, but second will break the wheels lose.

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Put a vortech on my 2011 mustang gt on July 4th weekend in 2011. It had around 7,000 miles on it then and just turned 15,000. No problems what so ever, except the stock pirellis are ruined, the M&H drag masters are ruined and now I am torturing a set of Mich PSS. see how long they will last. I have been changing oil (engine and supercharger) every 4k miles and and ussualy cut the filter and look for metal, no signs of any thing comming apart. Oh the stock MT82 is still holding up and shifting fine. Along with the stock clutch.
Good to hear , I dont plan on tracking mine at all , I may go once just to see what it runs after the supercharger goes on , got the Black V3 kit coming

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Put a vortech on my 2011 mustang gt on July 4th weekend in 2011. It had around 7,000 miles on it then and just turned 15,000. No problems what so ever, except the stock pirellis are ruined, the M&H drag masters are ruined and now I am torturing a set of Mich PSS. see how long they will last. I have been changing oil (engine and supercharger) every 4k miles and and ussualy cut the filter and look for metal, no signs of any thing comming apart. Oh the stock MT82 is still holding up and shifting fine. Along with the stock clutch.
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Getting my ROUSH Phase 2 625HP Super installed tomorrow at 8:00 AM. The anticipation is killing me so I don't know how much sleep I'll get tonight. The 625 is relatively new so I can't find anyone who's had it for that long a time who can relay any long term effects. I'm just counting on what the ROUSH mechanic said that it wouldn't cause any problems down the line especially if it was going to be used for everyday driving.

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Well the Shelby GT350's Stage 3 is a 624 FRPP unit. Sure, you can blow anything up if you push it enough and that goes for n/a's too. I'm sure everyone will be fine as long as you're not doing a "Ford Torture Test" or something. These cars need to be TUNED well. Run a good tune you'll have a reliable rig.

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