The 2011-2014 Ford 5.0L Mustang GT systems utilize Vortech's V-3 Si-Trim 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 Si-Trim 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. Features:
- V-3 Si-Trim, V-2 Ti-Trim, or V-7 JT-Trim compressor with 3.60" drive pulley
- Manifold boost pressure: 7.5-8.5 psig at redline on stock engine with V-3 Si-Trim. Boost with other compressor stages will vary depending on supporting modifications.
- Air inlet assembly
- Replacement engine coolant pipe and hose assemblies
- Engine coolant reservoir replacement assembly
- Dual plate supercharger mounting system includes idlers, drive belt and all hardware
- Discharge components
- Satin Finish
- Ford Mustang GT 5.0L 11-14
- Supercharger System will not clear fog lights on California Special models. Fog lights will need to be removed or custom discharge tubing will need to be fabricated.
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Established in 1990, Vortech Engineering offers a variety of automotive performance products including complete supercharging systems, fuel system components and air-to-water aftercoolers for domestic and import vehicles plus marine applications. Vortech has also consistently earned praise from the automotive press for its premier centrifugal supercharging systems and performance enhancing parts and accessories.
Vortech has been awarded six US patents and has received three of the prestigious Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) awards for Best Engineered New Product. No other centrifugal manufacturer has ever received one of these coveted awards. These achievements were not so much a flash of brilliance as the culmination of an intensive development process.