If you have a full bolt-on, Supercharged 2011-2013 Mustang Coyote 5.0L & you are looking for the next mod, Blower Cams by Comp Cams would be a great addition. The 191360 Comp Cams XFI NSR Stage 2 Blower Cams are the middle of the road cam for the Coyote powered Mustang. The power gains come on around 4900rpm & last till 7100rpm. Noticeably rougher idle & some lower RPM torque loss. Great for higher boost levels. While these cams do not require valve springs, they do require Phaser Limiters & Custom Tuning.
Comp Cams - The Absolute Leader In Valve Train Performance
COMP Cams - The Absolute Leader In Valve Train Performance
COMP Cams manufactures truly superior hydraulic and solid flat tappet, hydraulic and mechanical roller, and overhead camshafts for Latemodel Mustangs and Lightnings. Comp Cams are designed and manufactured using cutting-edge technology and the finest engineering in the industry.
Whether your engine is naturally aspirated, run nitrous, a supercharger or a turbo, Comp Cams make more horsepower than any other. Looking for that ultimate hard-hitting Mustang idle? Check out the aggressive new ThumprCams.
Match Comp Cams camshafts up with their competition-grade lifters, valve springs, timing sets, and other supporting components, and you’ll experience the ultimate in race-winning reliability!
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