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Ok so i'm sellin the r6 cause my parents are making me, so to get back at them im puttin a s/c on the mustang. Anyway, i'm lookin at either a procharger kit or a vortech kit, which one do you guys prefer and why? Also, what couple supporting mods could i add that will work the best with the s/c and give me the most out of it. (throttle body, plenum? keep it around $500 extra) How long can i expect the install to be/ how hard is it? I know that vortech has a blow off valve for their s/c how good does it sound, does procharger have one that sounds as good? And is an aftercooler necessary for the vortech/ 3core for the procharger?


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My preference would be a KB, but between the two you list, the ProCharger gets my nod. I like the internal lube system which does not rely on sucking hot oil from the crankcase.

As for supporting cast, that all depends on the situation. I would recommend you spend the money on the ProCharger's upgraded intercooler, which will give you a more solid unit with more boost potential.

Ok so i'm sellin the r6 cause my parents are making me, so to get back at them im puttin a s/c on the mustang. Anyway, i'm lookin at either a procharger kit or a vortech kit, which one do you guys prefer and why? Also, what couple supporting mods could i add that will work the best with the s/c and give me the most out of it. (throttle body, plenum? keep it around $500 extra) How long can i expect the install to be/ how hard is it? I know that vortech has a blow off valve for their s/c how good does it sound, does procharger have one that sounds as good? And is an aftercooler necessary for the vortech/ 3core for the procharger?


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I love my Vortech very easy install and a great product.
 
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