Two 2011 5.0L Mustangs with ProCharger Supercharger systems installed and run on the Dyno. Kits are available now and require no modification of your brackets, engine cover or front fascia. Both of these cars are stock and running 7psi of Boost. Kits are shipping now 8-16-10
2011 Procharged Mustang Gt
Built by DBR highperformance, www.dbrhighperformance.com 2011 Mustang gt procharged with magnaflow
3"competition series cat back and magnaflow x-pipe with factory cats. The
car is Not hitting the Rev limiter, I am pedaling the gas between 3500 and
Fastlane 2011 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L Turbo
That's right, we're already playing with the 5.0L. not only do we have a
5.0L crate motor to build up, but we've also put a turbo on a factory OEM 5.0L motor. At just 6 PSI
Boost with an Exhaust and our special tuning touch we've made
543 RWHP and 521 RWTQ through an automatic. JUST 6 PSI!!! Just think what
it will do at 15 PSI on our built 5.0L motor!
Check us out online or come by our shop!
StangTV ProCharged Mustang 5.0 Dyno Run
StangTV teamed up with ProCharger to install a High Output (HO) Intercooled
Supercharger System on a brand new 2011
5.0 Mustang owned by
RaceSkinz. You can see more pics of the install on our website.
http://www.procharger.com/2011_Mustang.shtml or visit StangTV for a
their coverage of the install:
2011 Mustang GT with Procharger (in-car video)
In car video of 2011 Mustang GT with Procharger HO kit.
The car made 551 rwhp and 450 rwtq (STD) on a Dynojet with 7.5 pounds of Boost. The tune is a 93 octane tune
with 14 degrees of timing by Jon Lund.
The car is on the stock Brembo brake package 19" wheels and tires. The car
is a 6 speed manual with 3.73 gears.
The car has a Lethal Performance 3" O/R X-pipe and Flowmaster 'Hushpower'
axleback on it.
This video was made in Mexico.
ProCharger's New i-1 Supercharger Features Programmable Boost Curves
With the new revolutionary ProCharger i-1 Supercharger system, you can have programmable Boost right from the cockpit with a
touch screen display. Now you can program a custom mode or choose from the
3 pre-programmed modes for different driving conditions with this "Made In
The USA" ProCharger i-1 Supercharger.
ProCharger hits the industry by storm with the first programmable Boost i-1 Centrifugal Supercharger, with applications coming for
Modular, Mustang, LSX and
Camaros -- plug Dodge
and Hemi models!
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Lethal Performance 3" Offroad X w/ 3" Magnaflow Competition Catback 2011 5.0L Mustang GT
Here's a clip we made of the Lethal Performance 2011 5.0L Mustang gt so everyone can hear how
amazing the new Exhaust setup we put
on the car sounds. The combination is simple, makes great power and sounds
incredible. We started with our 3" mandrel bent offroad x-pipe and topped
off the back half of the system with the Magnaflow 3" Competition Catback
w/ Magnapack mufflers. The fit and finish of both of these products is top
notch. No cutting or welding required. It all bolts right in and comes with
all of the hardware needed.
When you start the car you right away notice the awesome muscle car sound.
Once the car comes down to idle it actually has a slight lope to it which
is most like more related to tuning of the ti-vct but is much easier heard
with the less restrictive aftermarket Exhaust.. As you drive away the tone is deep and
throaty but not raspy. From inside the car you really feel like this is
how the car should have come from the factory. Cruising along there's no
drone at any speed or rpm up to 110mph. Not sure after that as that's as
fast as I attempted to test the car on the highway.
Under full throttle the same thing applies. A loud throaty american muscle
sound without any rasp. For those who are concerned about noise level
inside the car you can still listen to the radio and talk on the phone
without being overrun by the sound of the Exhaust.
With that said I'm going to make my vote and say this is probably the best
sounding Exhaust setup for the new
2011 5.0L with the stock header manifolds. I highly recommend all of
Magnaflow's products as well as they are made from T304 stainless steel,
have awesome fitment and come with a limited lifetime warranty.
If you have any other questions regarding our 3" offroad x-pipe or the
magnaflow 3" catback please feel free to give us a call at 561-753-8105.
Lethal Performance Exclusive! FRPP/Whipple 624hp Supercharger Kit for the 2011 5.0L Mustang GT
We just got finished installing the new Ford Racing/Whipple 624hp Supercharger kit for our grabber blue 2011 5.0L Mustang GT. The work was
performed at Power By the Hour Performance in Boynton Beach FL by Jake,
Jesse, Takeshi and John. The fit and finish of the kit is everything you'd
expect from FRPP and Whipple. The kit came complete with everything
including the Intercooler, Intercooler pump, 47lb
injectors, lower manifold, Supercharger,
GT500 throttle body and a custom calibration from the tuning experts at
All of the details about the installation as well as the Dyno and track testing will be
documented in an up and coming issue of 5.0 Mustang and Superfords Magazine
compliments of editor and good friend Steve Turner.
In the meantime if you're looking for some sick power with stock drive
ability the Ford Racing/Whipple 525 and 624hp kits are a no brainer. If you
have any questions please feel free to give us a call.
Big thanks to Power By the Hour, Whipple Superchargers, Ford Racing, Steve Turner, 5.0 Mustang Magazine and everyone
else involved in our 2011 5.0L Mustang build!
Lethal Performance, Inc.
2011 Mustang SVT 750 HP Supercharger Upgrade Kit
Fits 2011 Mustang SVT.
On 2011 Mustang SVT
produces 750 hp @ 6100 rpm and 719 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm @ 17 psi Boost on 93 octane fuel
Note: $6,295 is the total price for the parts. We'll have it available
for purchase in our online store next week. You should check out the rest
of our performance parts at www.TascaModShop.com or go directly to our
online store at www.shop.modshopstore.com.
-2.9L Twin Screw Supercharger Assembly
with "Crusher" inlet
-Whipple 123 mm MAF housing and zip tube
-FRPP CJ 65 mm dual bore throttle body M-9926-CJ65
-FRPP upgraded dual fuel pump assembly
-Ford Racing ProCal tool with performance calibration for significantly
improved throttle response and performance feel
-Due to multiple powertrain calibrations, online registration is required
to receive ProCal calibration delivery tool after purchase
-Ford Racing does not ship ProCal tools directly overseas. Customers must
make special arrangements with their Ford Racing Distributor
-Powertrain calibrations are developed and supported for U.S. and Canadian
The 2011 5.0L Mustang Supercharging Systems from Vortech...
The new 2011 Mustang GT
brings back a heritage that many of us muscle car guys grew up with known
as the "Five Point Oh". From the street to the race track, the 5 liter Ford
engine has been an icon for decades. In fact, much of the reputation
Vortech has built up over the years is directly as a result of the power
and reliability that our customers have enjoyed from our early model 5.0L
systems. This legendary platform has been the springboard for most of our
Supercharger breakthroughs. From the
inaugural V-1 A-Trim, to the first quiet operating V-2 SQ, to the (still)
unmatched and untouchable V-7 YSi-Trim, and even to the self-lubricated V-3
Si-Trims of today, the Vortech Supercharger has always been the best choice for
Mustang enthusiasts all
over the world.
It is for that reason, even though some companies may feel comfortable
repackaging the same old 4.6L kit from 2005, Vortech does not. This new
5.0L Vortech system is specifically engineered around the completely
redesigned engine in the 2011 GT. Utilizing the V-3 Supercharger, horsepower gains per psi
will eclipse competitor's models due to pure, unadulterated efficiency.
That's 78% adiabatic efficiency for you tech-heads out there, which we
would compare to the other guys' efficiency numbers if they even had the
equipment to test for it...but they don't. The included air-to-air charge
cooler is significantly larger than other offerings, translating into more
effective charge cooling right out of the box, and substantially higher horsepower support on
modified vehicles. The mounting location of this larger Intercooler is far superior as well,
placing it directly at the lower bumper opening where it can be most
effective, instead of behind the bumper where it will get little to no
airflow across it. The air inlet ducting, a stylishly well designed
roto-molded piece draws air from the stock airbox, instead of directly over
the hottest point in the engine compartment. This benefit will not only all
but guarantee 50 state emissions legality for this system, but will also
allow for larger MAF and CAI selection down the road.
You'd better mark this system down on your modification "To Do" list now,
before you're the last one without one!
Lethal Performance's 2011 Mustang GT on the dyno with the FRPP/Whipple Twin Screw Supercharger kit
**Sorry about the crappy sound. Not sure why that happened. We just got a
new camera and I might have had to adjust something for the extreme
loudness of he car on the Dyno**
Here's a run on the Dyno from this afternoon. I'm
not going to say what it made as you'll be able to read about it in an up
and coming issue of 5.0 Mustang Magazine however I can tell
you that the car is sick. We were fortunate to have our tuner Jon Lund fly
down for the weekend to make a few tweeks to the car. Although we loved the
FRPP tune we wanted to see what we could get out of it with a few other
modifications such as a CAI and bigger throttle body. The combination of
the two had us amazed. Just wait until Wednesday when we take the car to
the track and you'll be able to see the difference the mods and custom tune
made. It's basically a completely different car. For now enjoy the video
and if you have any other questions please let us know.
Lethal Performance, Inc