Is there a good supercharger to buy for a v-6 I would like a little more horspower. Any help would be awesome.
yup!Is there a good supercharger to buy for a v-6 I would like a little more horspower. Any help would be awesome.
nope there are lots of options when it comes to the 4.0 procharger has a kit to ProCharger Intercooled Mustang Systems . also check search around for turbos heres another link Turbo Systems : Powerhouse411 .I thought that the x-charger was the only supercharger for the V6.
3.0,2.8 & 2.6 are pulley sizes NOT belt sizes. You do not need subframe connectors.most def worth the money. you may not want axle busting power...you may be a daily driver. i dunno...but ranging in different size belts....you can change your boost pressure from 7-8psi 3.0 belt(270hp or so) to 9-10psi 2.8 belt(280-300hp) to the new 11.5+ 2.6belt(300hp+...with the soon to be released intercooled x charger).my opinion, wait for the intercooled one to come out for sale. wont be long and with lower engine temps and cooler air...you can run a lot more efficient and keep your motor safe. THE BIG DAWBACK....theres a lot of stuff thats *reccomended* before you bolt on all that power. youre looking at new gears, trac lock(if you dont get that youll spin one tire forever, end up buying a new right rear every month), you could knock those both out with one stone and get an 8.8 rear end with your desired gear set and trac lock already installed(cost about 300$ more than beefin up the 7.5 rear end) lcas and uca is optional, for added chassis strength subframe connectors(optional), aluminum ds, and youll need a tuner for all your tunes also.(that is a must have, but u can buy the x with a tuner in a package) if you have any more ?s or concerns feel free to pm me or keep asking on this thread. for your exhaust ?, you dont have to get a new one...but usually when u plan on stuffing more air into your engine, gotta get it out of there more efficiently.
Whether your auto or manual I don't believe they are required. Though you are going to want a tloc so you might as well change the gears at the same time.so i need to beef up my rear axle and my six is a auto so do i still need gears?
couldnt have said it any better. the best i got out of my 8.8 is feelin it wash out from underneath you when u launch hard...you dont get that with an open diff. i was at the track last night...with everything i have now...ran a 15.3(but my r/t was .6...oops) and out ran a mach 1 to the 60ft. i guess its nothing to brag about, i gotta work on my launches and tree timing, but im gettin there. i ran 16.4 completely stock :headscratch: so i guess iv dropped a whole second on bolt ons. still was dissapointed with the 15.3 and ordered an aluminum DS soon as i got home so i could really start pooling money for the X. im ready to rock now tho...just gonna sit on every ounce of money that i can till i have enough saved to buy it. my goal is 12's by the time im done.sooo if I were you I would just get the xcharger 1st. See how things go and replace or up grade as needed. All these other goodies are just icing on the cake.
but it is better to lay dow two 100' strips of rubber than one
This may be a silly question but does this work on an automatic?yup!
X-Charger Supercharger Kit - V6 - '05-'08 Ford Mustang
check it out here
YouTube - StreetLegalTV.com - Installing an XCharger on our V6 Mustang
Hope this helps man!
Works fine on an automatic. The first 3 X-Charger installs were all automatics (mine was #004 and the first manual) Plenty X-cars since are autos (I'd bet they outnumber manuals by a fair bit.This may be a silly question but does this work on an automatic?