Anyways I asked the guys selling the product this question:
"Hello I have a 1999 Mustang GT with a vortech v-1 s trim supercharger running 10 psi and what is my loss in psi? Does that mean I should change my pulley to keep my 10 psi?"
"sorry,I'm not sure."
So I then now turn to all of you for some insight and logic on what should I do? I began to think, with an intercooler I should gain about respectively 30-60rwhp right? However I do lose 1-2 psi due to all the piping. So if I lose the psi but gain the rwhp from the intercooler I don't really need to change my pulley to accomodate for the lost boost? I will dyno before and after I get the intercooler on to make sure I haven't lost that much hp. I am at around 425rwhp so I dont wanna blow my engine up. I have a 3.3inch pully on the supercharger. Anyone know what I should do?
If you're already at 425rwhp, step up to a biger pulley to keep that number from climbing. You're pushing the OE bottom end in that motor but getting an intercooler is a good idea to give you a little added breathing room before detonation.
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