Ford Ford Performance finally offering a blower setup for the 18+ Stangs

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Back in 2017, Ford Performance announced it would have a supercharger kit available for the refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang GT. It promised 700 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque, and was due in early 2018, but nothing came of it. Thankfully, it seems to have simply been delayed, because the supercharger system is now on sale and available for not just 2018, but 2019 Mustang GTs, too.

The kit for these latest Mustangs delivers on the 700 horsepower with a 2.65-liter TVS positive displacement supercharger that delivers 12 psi of boosted air to the engine, along with new fuel rails, injectors, an air-to-water intercooler and a bigger throttle body. Impressively, the kit is emissions compliant in all 50 states.

All this can be yours for $7,699. That's just for the kit alone, which you can install yourself. But if you want the 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on the parts in the kit, you'll have to have it installed by a Ford dealer or ASE-certified technician, which will surely add some labor cost. Also, this supercharger system is only compatible with normal Mustang GTs, not the Bullitt edition Mustang.
 

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Tomorrow Lebanon Ford will have 2018-19 GT, 10 speed auto, with this blower installed for $40K. What a great time to be alive. :rofl:


*edit* yes, they already offer the Rouch blower kit for $40k. But the Roush kit is a 2.3L versus the 2.65L FRPP kit. Mo bigga is mo betta.
 

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The roush is the exact same blower, my roush says ford performance right on it, the vmp gen 3 is the 2.65 rotors out of the roush blower
 

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Spoiler alert, the ford blower also sucks because of the small inlet just like the roush
 

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So why is one advertised as a 2.3L and the other a 2.65L?

And I would totally get the Whipple with the warranty. But that is just me. lol
 

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So why is one advertised as a 2.3L and the other a 2.65L?

And I would totally get the Whipple with the warranty. But that is just me. lol


Are you looking at the 2015-2017? This is right off the roush website

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Roush has been selling this exact same blower kit since right after the 2018’s came out it actually says ford performance on the blower right next to the roush tag
 

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I was on Lebanon's website and thought I saw 2.3L in the description. I was mistaken that it says they upgraded from the 2.3L. My mistake
 

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