BRENSPEED Coyote Mustang 5.0L Vortech Supercharger Package with JLT Intake

Brenspeed reviews the 5.0L Mustang Vortech Supercharger Package. If you have any questions on this kit, please call us at 574-594-9559 and we will be happy to discuss.

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Lets take a look at the CJ519. We love Cobra Jet Mustangs and that is what inspired this really cool naturally aspirated package that salutes the heritage of the NATURALLY ASPIRATED COBRA JET Mustang. From the original CJ intake manifold to CJ Spec headers this package has some very cool CJ items including the hybrid Brenspeed CJ drag calibration. Check out the CJ519 right here: It does not stop at the CJ519! We have a lot of other great high RPM CJ items to go with the CJ519 package. Check them out! ts.html

2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustang 715HP Brenspeed Supercharger Package
This Brenspeed Calibrated ROUSH TVS2300 Package will take your 2012-13 BOSS 302 Mustang to a tire shredding total of 715 HP and 590+ lb-ft at the flywheel! Please give Brenspeed a call at 574-594-9559 for more information

2012 Ford Mustang 5.0 w/ Vortech Supercharger
Get the Vortech Supercharger here: The 5.0 L ( 302 ci ) "Coyote" V8 is the latest evolution of the Modular engine. Ford engineers needed to design a V8, specifically for the Mustang GT, that would compete with the GM 6.2L LS3 used in the new Chevrolet Camaro, and the new Chrysler 6.4L Hemi ESF in the Charger and Challenger. This engine had to remain close to the same physical size of the outgoing 4.6, and share other specifications with it such as bore spacing, deck height, bell housing bolt pattern, etc. in order for the engine to utilize existing Modular production line tooling. The result was the 5.0 Coyote, which produced roughly the same amount of power as its competitors, but with a much smaller displacement. To strengthen the block enough to handle increased output, webbing was extensively used as reinforcement in the casting, rather than increasing the thickness of the walls. The intake plenum was also situated low between the two cylinder banks to meet the height constraint, thus the alternator traditionally placed low and center was moved to the side of the engine. It shares the 4.6 L's 100 mm (3.937 in) bore spacing and 227 mm (8.937 in) deck height, while bore diameter and stroke have gone up to 92.2mm (3.629 in) and 92.7mm (3.649 in), respectively. The engine also retains the 4.6 L's 150.7 mm (5.933 in) connecting rod length, which produces a 1.62:1 rod to stroke ratio. The firing order has been changed from that shared by all previous Modular V8s (1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8) to that of the Ford Flathead V8 (1-5-4-8-6-3-7-2). Compression ratio is 11.0:1, and despite having indirect fuel injection (as opposed to direct injection) the engine can still be run on 87 octane gasoline. 605HP Complete Vortech Systems, 50-State Smog Legal Complete, fully calibrated supercharging systems are available for the 2011-2014 5.0L Mustang GT, featuring the V-3 Si centrifugal Supercharger with air-to-air charge cooler. The complete, smog-legal system will Boost your stock 2011-2014 GT to 605 HP and 473 lb/ft torque with 7.5-8.5 PSI from the V-3 Supercharger at the factory redline. Vortech's 2011-2014 Mustang 5.0 GT Supercharging Systems are available as either a complete, fully calibrated bolt-on, or as a V-7 tuner kit for custom installations at up to 1,200HP (see below). The new Mustang system uses Vortech's V-3 Si Supercharger. Continued development in Vortech's Lab resulted in the V-3 Si. The "i" stands for improved and with its new patented oil control system and state of the art centrifugal compressor stage this V-3 literally blows away the competition. Industry leading 78% adiabatic efficiency [SAE J1723 standard] means less heat is being generated, drive power is reduced and more net power is produced. Less heat also means better durability. Also, Vortech's Supercharger systems weigh less than half of the low-tech competing brands. Centrifugal Superchargers easily make more pressure and flow than a roots type blower and are much more efficient. Read our Roots vs Centrifugal comparison to see the numbers. Vortech Supercharger systems are a great value. Dollar for dollar, Vortech systems deliver more horsepower than virtually any other method of upgrade. Also, driven normally, gas mileage often increases rather than decreases. The Coyote features all new 4V DOHC cylinder heads that have shifted the camshafts outboard, which allowed for a compact roller finger follower setup with remote hydraulic valve lash adjusters and improved (raised) intake port geometry. The result is an intake port that outflows the Ford GT intake port by 4 percent and the Yates D3 (NASCAR) intake port up to 0.472" (12 mm) lift, which is the maximum lift of the Coyote's intake cams. Engine redline is 7000 rpm. The Coyote is Ford's first implementation of its cam-torque-actuated Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing (Ti-VCT) in a V8 engine, which allows the power-train control module to advance and retard intake and Exhaust cam timing independently of each other, providing improved power, fuel economy and reduced emissions. The engine is assembled in Ford's Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, Ontario, using existing Modular tooling.

Project MMD at SEMA: Episode 3.) 2014 Vortech Supercharged Ford Mustang GT
In the final Episode of Project MMD, the 2014 Mustang GT gets a ton of horsepower to back up the new look! We reveal the car at SEMA Show 2013 in Las Vegas, NV! In the final Episode, we install: Vortech Supercharger System - Black (11-14 GT) - Snow Performance Stage 3 Boost Cooler (05-14 GT) - JLT Replacement Air Box Intake - Blow Through Supercharger (11-14 GT) - Ford Racing Boss Style H-Pipe and Side Exhaust (11-14 GT) - MMD Prototype Exhaust Delete Rear Diffuser (11-14 GT) - coming soon... MMD Prototype Decklid Blackout Panel (13-14 GT) - coming soon... After we got the car back from the guys at MMD, this Mustang GT looked way too good to be held back in the performance category. We decided to drop-in a Supercharger and meth injection for a serious Boost in performance. We put down some big horsepower and torque numbers. Is this the last you'll see of this car? Maybe. Maybe not! ;) Comment below and tell us what you think we should do to it next...