yes...just get a turbo or supercharger, if you want the engine to turn faster change the rear gears
You might just want to get 3.73 or 4.10 gears and bump up to the 93 tune..I read the pro charger brings the v6 like 475 horsepower. This is a $6000 part. Im sure many of us would like an affordable, reliable, smaller turbo or charger that would add 50-100hp. But that doesnt exist right now.Well whats the difference between Procharging, Turbocharging and Supercharging than? I know Supercharging leeches some power. But is there any Benefit of one over the other?
I know it is an expensive option, but I think it would be cool to have a mustang built like no one else does. To me thats almost worth spending as much on those parts as you would on the Procharger. Also if i do get the procharger eventually i dont think those parts would be making it run any worse. I just want it to Rev alot faster, to get the power to the ground sooner. I dont need another hundred HP out of this car, but id like it to deliver the power differently.
I'm not sure how to put this without coming off as a jerk. I'm not trying to be, at all, so take that into account.Im slightly hesitant to spend a huge chunk of money on the Procharger, mostly because i dont know the benefits VS. consequences of any F/I. So ive been debating getting lighter, one off pieces made, i.e. pistons, rods, cams, and getting light weight wheels and etc to try to reduce rotational mass.
That being said i have NO idea where to start or where to go to get this process started. Or how much it will cost me in the end. I think that if we can free up some weight to make our 3.7s rev alot faster and free them up a bit it would be so much more fun to drive!
So am i dreaming a bit much here? would it be a good idea to go this route? or should i just suck it up, and get F/I? any input would be welcome.
STS kits are complete garbage. I used to have one. It's a bargain bin product that you could build yourself for cheaper than what STS will charge you.are STS turbochargers even worth it?
I know they work but on a daily driver , the filter is somewhere on the bottom of the car. So on rainy days ext would that be an issue?
A Procharger is a supercharger. It's a centrifugal blower in lieu of a roots style blower like Kenny Bell or Eaton. It's driven by a belt. A Turbocharger is exhaust driven.Well whats the difference between Procharging, Turbocharging and Supercharging than? I know Supercharging leeches some power. But is there any Benefit of one over the other?
Depends on what you mean by efficient. There's plenty of trade offs. Don't believe the hype.turbos are harder to tune , but its more efficient.
Hey bud, best thing for you to do is just go for it.I was the first to admit the i know nothing about F/I. Which is why i wanted to steer away from it. I just want it to rev faster. Less rotational mass, as far as i know, is the easiest way to get the results i want. Since there is little aftermarket support for our cars, I was going to have some custom made, fully aware that it would be expensive, borderline VERY expensive.
Im no guru, nor am i completely uneducated about cars. If it breaks down from a build thats been done, than odds are i wont be able to fix it unless im carrying more than some wrenches with me, which i dont.
Bottom line, i want 350 hp and 300ftlbs, and im willing to spend some decent change to get there. not 475. nor do i want 4.10 gears. Also not trying to be rude. just making it clear.