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Any Concerns/Issues For ESS, Vortech, Pro-Charger Systems, 800-850rwhp? I Decide This week

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Hi. I am will make a decision as to which FI system I will go with within a week. I wanted some feedback/concerns/issues from owners regarding these systems as well other related upgrades:
** PLease Add any upgrades Suggestions I should consider for my Set Up**
** NOTE: All Suspension Upgrades are complete.
** Please Message me if that makes things easier, I will not discuss your opinions with anyone else. I just want Real, and Honest feedback concerning systems.

- Return Style Fuel system, Complete?
- Fuel Rails?
- Injectors
- Fuel Pump assembly?
- 6, 8, 10 rib belt
- CAI Upgrade?
- Ported Intake Manifold?
- Axles
- Drive Shaft (Without Vibration Issues)

*** FI Systems I am considering***
- ESS G3X With G4 Intercooler 105mm pulley
- Whipple Stage II
- Pro-Charger Stage II
- VMP Oden
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I know I’m biased but… G3x and g4 IC, Fore Innovations Dual pump return system, ID 1050x injectors, e85 and a good tune will get you exactly where you wanna be power wise and give you room to grow. Suspension I would do a stop the hop kit, drag springs and a good 305 sticky tire in the rear. I’m still on stock drive shaft and axles but please be prepared to upgrade the trans no matter if you are manual or auto it will be just a matter of time at that power level.
 

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As we do more power adders for the coyote than anyone, I will say what I tell everyone. I feel very confident at 800 wheel on e85 on these cars that they will last a very very long time.

As far as power adder, there isn't a bad choice, you can make the power with any of the kits. Really will come down to budget, driving style, goals, and for some looks, other lead time.

We have some great combo packages with fuel system if you are indeeed wanting to do e85. Everyone will be biased as to what they have on their car. People want to believe they are special and would have made the best possible choice.

In stock, I have vortech and vmp kits ready to ship. Procharger Your looking 2-3 weeks roughly, and Whipple / ESS 6-8 weeks if time is a factor.

You are more than welcome to ring me direct at 513-478-1965 and we can go over your wants / needs / goals and I can help put a package together for you with one of our custom setups that typically save $1500-$2000.

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As we do more power adders for the coyote than anyone, I will say what I tell everyone. I feel very confident at 800 wheel on e85 on these cars that they will last a very very long time.

As far as power adder, there isn't a bad choice, you can make the power with any of the kits. Really will come down to budget, driving style, goals, and for some looks, other lead time.

We have some great combo packages with fuel system if you are indeeed wanting to do e85. Everyone will be biased as to what they have on their car. People want to believe they are special and would have made the best possible choice.

In stock, I have vortech and vmp kits ready to ship. Procharger Your looking 2-3 weeks roughly, and Whipple / ESS 6-8 weeks if time is a factor.

You are more than welcome to ring me direct at 513-478-1965 and we can go over your wants / needs / goals and I can help put a package together for you with one of our custom setups that typically save $1500-$2000.

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Thank You. I will decide which way to go next week.
 

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Thank You. I will decide which way to go next week.
like I said, you’re welcome to call to discuss the options you’re driving style different things like that and we can try to help you make an unbiased informed decision
 

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Can’t go wrong with ESS.. best price, best/easiest install, great power.
 

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Can’t go wrong with ESS.. best price, best/easiest install, great power.
our paxton kits are less $ and been going 8s for a decade. best “bang for the buck” in my opinion. however . Doesn’t mean it’s for everyone though.

but just as I said, before, everybody will recommend what they have. there are pros and cons to every kit on the market and you have to weigh out all the different options to try to make the best selection for yourself.

There is no best if there was a best then that’s what everybody would buy and no other company would exist
 
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like I said, you’re welcome to call to discuss the options you’re driving style different things like that and we can try to help you make an unbiased informed decision
I will email you a list on the system and associated upgrades I am looking at. You can review and tell me what system you can sell me and the equivalent upgrades I am interested in.
Then we can talk.
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Call Terry. He and his guys are straight shooters. They will not bs you to make a sale. They will give you very good information and the best customer service in the industry in my opinion.
 

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Call Terry. He and his guys are straight shooters. They will not bs you to make a sale. They will give you very good information and the best customer service in the industry in my opinion.
Appreciate that!
 

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our paxton kits are less $
For 2018+ mustang, your cheapest advertised price on any Paxton kit with BAP+47lb injectors is $6939.99, for max 800 crank hp.

ESS G2 kit with BAP+47lb injectors is advertised at $5385.00, for max 800 wheel hp.

I know you've said you can go lower than minimum advertised prices, but even coming down $1500 still wouldn't be cheaper...
 
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ESS have revised their latest kits with cheaper cast parts now rather than milled/machined. Might be a factor for new customers. Existing customers will have the original kits.

Also read that the main guy Brevin has left. Don’t know why or how but he seemed tl be the link between the community and the company as far as I can tell.
 

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For 2018+ mustang, your cheapest advertised price on any Paxton kit with BAP+47lb injectors is $6939.99, for max 800 crank hp.

ESS G2 kit with BAP+47lb injectors is advertised at $5385.00, for max 800 wheel hp.

I know you've said you can go lower than minimum advertised prices, but even coming down $1500 still wouldn't be cheaper...
everyone knows i cannot advertise the regular kits at a lower price, but i will ALWAYS beat an ess price.

in addition we have our new customer packages, that start at 4795 with the small head unit, and that comes with a 1000hp intercooler, as well!!!

https://www.beefcakeracing.com/bss-...r-2015-2023-s550-mustang-gt-wholesale-direct/

I know all the ESS guys come out like an army defending a nation, but we will always beat the pricing.

And with all that, you still have lots of racer and track support from the big companies like vortech / paxton / procharger and whipple as well, and support for national events. Plus an amazingly large dealer network.

And not to mention my 8am to 10pm 7 days a week customer service. So even though pricing is less with us, customer service is unparalleled.

I don't want this to turn into another ESS thread as all supercharger threads seem to go that way these days. Customers have many options, and they just have to decide for them, whats the best route
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