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I have a stage 2, and currently have 3000 miles on the engine. I am currently researching all my options for adding power to my car. I have checked on a vortech supercharger and the hp is at 402. That is changing nothing else in the engine. I was wondering if anyone else out there has any ideas that would increase the horse power and what would I have to do to the engine for this to happen. Also, if anyone has the vortech supercharger, what would the 0-60 mph be and the 1/4 mile time be? If known? I just want the best for my car....and me...:tongue I just driv'em. I am not technically swalve..Please help...:eyebulge:
 

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A blown and charge cooled 2V motor should make more than 402 rwhp, more like 420ish, maybe more. It should cut a 1/4 mile in anywhere from 12 seconds or less.
 

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Bluestreak correct; charge-cooled Vortech could make more HP than 400 though not sure I'd turn it up much more than that on stock lower end. I would look at KB/Saleen superchargers during your research. The car would also respond well to head porting and cams.
 

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2004 roush mustang stage2

Thanks for the help!!! I am looking for someone who has done mods to there car and are satisfied with the results so far.. My town does not have a mechanic so far that knows anything about this car. I have heard the roush superchargers are junk from my father-in-law that works for a Roush dealership in Florida. The mechanics there do not recommend that I purchase a Roush Supercharger. I am looking for what you would call a model for performance for my car. Any suggestions? My car has all the bells and whistles that a stage 3 has except the leather, brakes, and supercharger. Any mechanics or owners have any advice? :eyebulge:
 
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