Awesome ProCharger System for a DIY Mustang Build
You can always trust ProCharger to get power out of everything great and small, and if you want your Mustang's 3.7L V6 to churn out a whole mess of horsepower and torque without breaking the bank, then ProCharger's P-1SC centrifugal supercharger tuner kit is your Pony's perfect solution. This powerful supercharger head unit comes paired up with a three-core intercooler that helps support extremely high levels of horsepower. This low-cost tuner kit skips on fuel system upgrades and tuning, allowing you to find your fuel system components and dyno tuning that can potentially get your 2011 to 2014 Mustang V6 more horsepower and torque than ProCharger's complete kit and have your six-shooter Pony stomping on all of its competition -- even if they have two extra cylinders.
Efficient and Powerful P-1SC Head Unit
The ProCharger Mustang V6 tuner kit is built around one of their reliable, powerful, and extremely quiet P-1SC head units. The P-1SC is an entirely self-contained centrifugal supercharger system with self-lubrication so that you don't need to tap your Mustang's oil pan for feed or return lines. The supercharger features an advanced impeller design that's CNC machined from aircraft grade 7075 billet aluminum. The impeller is powered by a set of precision-cut gears with an extremely high step-up ratio to provide your Mustang with instant power. The head unit comes with a full mounting bracket that makes it surprisingly easy to install on your Mustang.
Includes ProCharger's Three-Core Intercooler
Keeping the head unit cool and increasing its efficiency is ProCharger's specially-designed three-core intercooler. This air-to-air cooler is up to 70% to 80% efficient at lowering charge air temperatures and is extremely easy to install into your Mustang, saving you a ton of time and hassles over a air-to-water intercooler found with most positive-displacement superchargers. The intercooler comes with hardware and instals under your Mustang's radiator behind the lower grille opening so that it picks up as much airflow as possible to optimize its cooling potential.