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  1. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    It depends mostly on your tuner and the intake manifold you intend to run. If you have a gen3 coyote and are running the stock intake manifold, it's not necessary to lock them out unless your tuner asks you to.
  2. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    That's really nice! Mine on a BAP and pump 93 has a similar dip as soon as you go WOT, then recovers and starts to fall as the rpms climb. This looks to be a good solution to resolve the FP dip issue. Any pics of the finished install at the tank? Do you think that it will support 85% ethanol or...
  3. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    As long as there is clearance between the clamp and the SC bracket it should be good as they should move together.
  4. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    That can appears to set further forward than the valve covers, so I believe there's not enough room with how the SC pulley sets on the ESS kits.
  5. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    Check the coolant hose clamp near the SC bracket. The clamp needs to be clocked properly so that it doesn't come into with the bracket itself. See attached pic
  6. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    No false knock on my car, just the real thing when the pump 93 sucks.
  7. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    I was always under the same belief and never had any issues whatsoever on many of the other cars I have had them installed on... but Iirc, I have heard my tuner make reference to these devices being problematic in regards to causing issues, perhaps he was referencing when someone installs them...
  8. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    I agree; it definitely wasn't an interference fit and I figured it would easily come off, but it didn't for me. Perhaps I used too much Blue Loctite on the threads and it oozed out and ended up getting in between the shaft and the pulley...? I did not use an impact to install the bolt, I just...
  9. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    The engine was ice cold when I attempted to remove mine, so I'm thinking of trying it with the engine warm to see if that makes it any easier. If not, I'll go buy a puller and remove it that way. Do you have a specific puller that you use?
  10. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    Yes, the ESS kit. I went to change the pulley yesterday for the first time since the original installation and I was unable to remove the pulley. I was able to remove the 14mm bolt, but the pulley itself I was unable to remove. I didn't use any anti-seize on the SC shaft during installation, so...
  11. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    For those of you who frequently swap pullies on this kit, what is the preferred method for removing the pulley, heat it with a torch or use a 3 Jaw pulley removal tool?
  12. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    Damn! You're not messing around. You're likely going to be over 850whp on e85 and that pulley.
  13. False knock after some changes, ideas?

    I wouldn't spray the nitrous through the MAF, yes it will register the cooler air going across the sensing element and try to compensate fueling just like it would for cooler air, but it's not really ideal and could possibly lead to tune issues. There used to be dry nitrous kits available that...
  14. False knock after some changes, ideas?

    Commanded .65 Lambda on e85 is 6.34 to 1 AFR so I would think it is adding fuel. What do your STFT's look like when it sprays? If the ecu is adding fuel it will be a positive value, if it is a negative value it means it taking fuel away. Did you test your nozzle to make sure that fuel is being...
  15. False knock after some changes, ideas?

    I think he's mainly using it for the charge cooling effect versus power, so the further away he injects it from the throttle body, the more time it has to cool the intake charge. I don't disagree that the fuel could fall out of suspension in route to the intake manifold, but I think Nitrous...
  16. False knock after some changes, ideas?

    A longer n2o line or if you can control the nitrous and fuel solenoids separately, you can turn the fuel solenoid on 100rpm sooner to take care of the lean spike, which might be why it's knocking at the onset.
  17. 19 GT Reliability with Procharger P1X HO Kit

    The factory adaptive octane logic enables you to run 91 octane with boost and the 12.1 compression ratio. It relies heavily on knock sensor feedback to advance and retard timing according to the parameters of the tune. You will likely be limited to 16-18 degrees of ignition advance assuming it...
  18. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    He is running an '18 manifold on a gen 2 which does not retain the IMRC functionality and has to be deleted and tuned for it to work properly. The IMRC's promote improved air velocity at low engine speeds to help with torque production, by deleting them you will loose some low end, but on a...
  19. ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

    Either one of these should work as long as there is no check valve in it. Are you planning to cap those or do some hoses connect to them with the IMRC's deleted?