Video: Mustang VMP Supercharger Kit - Stage 3 (11-14 5.0L)
Published on 2014-04-07
Want to put down serious horsepower in your 2011-14 5.0L Mustang? I'm talking about 600+ hp at the wheels kind of power! Then you need to look no further than the VMP Tuning Stage 3 Supercharger Kit. This kit includes everything you need to bolt on a massive amount of power to your Coyote powered S197 Mustang.
This Kit Includes:
** 2.3L TVS Supercharger
** 123mm JLT Cold Air Intake
** VMP Dual Fan Heat Exchanger
** Injector Dynamics ID725 Fuel Injectors
** VMP Custom Tune & SCT Tuner
** All needed hardware
** Dual 60mm Throttle Body
It is backed by a 1 year warranty and best of all the 2.3L TVS blower can go 100,000 miles between service intervals!
This same kit made 620+ HP on the dyno at our facility! With the included plug-and-play wiring harnesses the installation can be done in your own garage in roughly a day. With the included custom tune, you can be roasting your tires with 600+ HP in no time!
We were able to take a premium packaged car and add on all the Shelby appearance parts, and then tap VMP for one their Stage 3 blowers to get the power where it needs to be. To get all the nuts and bolts, technical specs, on the blower, who better to talk about it than the man himself, Justin, from VMP.
This right here is a VMP Stage 3 TVS kit for the 5.0 liter Coyote. This is our high end kit designed for the street and track. We basically got all the goodies on this car. To start with, a VMP dual fan heat exchanger ensures that it will run cool in the most extreme situations. We've got a JLT intake for plenty of air flow, and a VMP twin jet 67 millimeter throttle body.
At the heart of the supercharger system is the 2.3 liter TVS. It delivers excellent horsepower and torque over a wide operating range. This particular car is configured with a mild 79 millimeter pulley that makes about 11 pounds of boost. We've run it on the dyno with the factory catalytic converters and made 627 rear-wheel horsepower.
That's pretty darn impressive for a bolt on kit. I mean, there's not much modification you have to do to get your kit on the car, is there?
No, there's not. And the best part about the Stage 3 kit is it's scalable. It'll grow with your needs. You can make anywhere from 600 rear-wheel horsepower to as much as over 800 rear-wheel horsepower.
And this whole setup is safe for the track too, both drag and road course.
Exactly. I particularly like the twisties myself so I set it up to have enough cooling, and still be able to perform properly on the road course, which happens to be very tough on a car, as Jonathon knows.
Oh yeah. Well, sounds like you just can't go wrong with the VMP kit. And to pick yours up, visit latemodelrestoration.com.