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Old 03-30-2019, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default 4.6l 3v Power Adders

I am thinking about adding one to my stock 09 Mustang GT with auto trans. I am shooting for the 450rwhp level. I was thinking of Procharger or Department of Boost kit but am interested in what others have used/tried?

I would love the sound of a turbo kit but heard they are labor intensive to install.
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Turbo is definitely harder to install but by far more efficient and will make more power. However, Procharger or equivalent would make very good power and be super reliable.
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I did a Turbo on my 3v and it was a pain to install. Long story short I trashed the engine (unrelated to the turbo) before I could get it dialed in, so no results to speak of.

From what I've seen successful in the 3v world, I'd go with a centri blower. The Paxton and Procharger kits seem to be the best. I've never really been a huge fan of the DOB kits as theyre rather expensive for what you get. It only makes sense if you happen to have a GT500 blower that you got for stupid cheap or free.
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