2015 Mustang GT Roush Phase 1 Supercharger Kit Installation
Today we are showing you how to install Roush's Phase 1 Supercharger kit on our 2015 Mustang GT. One of the biggest
requests to date has been how to install a Supercharger on a Mustang, since the day Bill got his
new 2015 he has been talking about putting one on, and has chosen the ROUSH
charger system to Boost his GT up to
around 627 horsepower.
Installation is a little complicated and very time consuming. Watch as we
take you step by step how to install the Roush Supercharger.
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TPS Motorsports: Whipple Supercharged 2014 Mustang GT 5.0L
This is a completely stock 2014 Mustang GT.
We have installed the Ford Racing/Whipple Supercharger kit along with a set of Flowmaster
Outlaw mufflers.......other than this, the car is completely stock.
The tune used in this car is direct from Ford Racing which will allow the
customer to purchase the drivetrain warranty. It is conservative.
2015 Mustang GT Ford Racing/Roush Performance Phase 1 Supercharger Install (5.0L)
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In this video, Landan introduces one of the BIGGEST installations
LatemodelRestoration.com has completed!
Like any install video here at Latemodel Restoration, we offer ONLY the
meat and potatoes, while still covering the smallest of details to produce
the BEST install videos on YouTube.
Ford Racing and Roush Performance did a PERFECT job writing the
installation instructions for the Phase 1 Supercharger Kit! Before we tackled this install,
we pre-read the instructions and figured out a few short cuts to save us a
little time and work.
One of which, we did not drain the coolant, since this can be tedious and
did not want to risk a potential air pocket in the coolant system. Another
quick short cut was NOT removing the water pump. The instructions call for
removal to make cutting of the timing cover bosses a little easier.
However, pulling the water pump PULLEY is really all you need to do to have
a little more cutting room!
Installation should take you around 8-10 hours and will be a good weekend
project. You’ll want to have an assortment of tools and decent mechanical
knowledge to tackle this installation. Don’t forget, you’ll either need
to mail your PCM to Roush, or have your local Ford dealer flash the PCM
using the included Roush Tune Voucher.
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Honda Integra Type R DC5
Honda Integra Type R DC5
220bhp 2.0 litre 4 cylinder DOHC i-VTEC
I chat with the owner about this car.
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JDM Honda Type R cars racing. Starting grid:
1. Audi S3 (Nakaya Akihiko)
2. Honda Civic Type R EK9 (Kinoshita Takayuki)
3. Honda Integra Type R DC2 (Takuya Kurosawa)
4. Honda Civic Type R EP3 (Hattori Naoki)
5. Honda Integra Type R DC5 (Motoharu Kurosawa)
6. Honda S2000 (Keiichi Tsuchiya)
7. Nissan Silvia S15 Spec R (Yamaji Shinichi)