ESS Centrifugal Mustang Superchargers

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Has anyone tried the G4-95 head unit in a mustang yet? I'm sharing my results even though this is an LS3 based motor. The power potential could actually be greater on the higher flowing coyote motor. And since we share the same exact head unit, you might find it useful.

This is a Dart 427 with Frankenstein M311 Heads, Edelbrock Pro Flo XT intake manifold, 103mm TB, 2 inch headers, 3 inch exhaust, E76, FIC1300 injectors (maxed), triple 450 fuel pumps, and a McLeod RXT1200HD clutch. 3.73:1 ZL1 rear. 207mm lower, 90mm upper. Surprised me to see intake temps barely reach 105 degrees at the end of each pull.

1st pull was with the stock ESS Tuning air filter and piping.
2nd Pull was with the filter and piping removed
3rd pull was with the ESS Tuning Trumpet Air smoother installed onto the blower. The Trumpet actually came off around 6700rpms, because I didnt use a clamp, otherwise it might have made more.
(Its like the ProCharger Pro Volute)

All 3 pulls have the same exact tune, no changes. 20.5 degrees of timing and around 21#s of boost. No meth needed, just Pump E.
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I wasn’t able to run the 7.5 pulley on straight e85 with bap and 1050x injectors fuel was dropping into the high 30’s . A dw400 will help but it’s not going help that much.

You’d would easily make 750 on just the 7.5 pulley and e85. My car has trapped almost 150 on the 7.5 pulley in neg da and ran 4.8 60-130 on e30. Haven’t had the car dyno but to run that I’m sure it makes we’ll over 750



Ken please elaborate on your fuel system one last time for me….. I know my tuner personality an I’m doing the G3 with 1050x BAP and DW400. I’m running straight pump E85. On 9.5 pulley Prob can go smaller an I’m full exhaust with no cats. I’m thinking 750 range I will be on a A10 pp1
 

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didn’t know that, makes sense. So if he ran 93 / e85 mixture to achieve e54 he’d would be able to run timing / more power?



Keep in mind pump e54 is about 50 percent ethanol the rest is 87 octane. Blended e50 would be closer to half e85 and half 93 if available in your area allowing for more knock suppression. Your e30 blend can have more knock suppression then his pump e54.
 

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Ken please elaborate on your fuel system one last time for me….. I know my tuner personality an I’m doing the G3 with 1050x BAP and DW400. I’m running straight pump E85. On 9.5 pulley Prob can go smaller an I’m full exhaust with no cats. I’m thinking 750 range I will be on a A10 pp1
for me its a DW400 with vortech BAP and Lu47 injectors. I run E50. Unless you only have e85 around you I would consider running an e30 or e50 mix. The fuel system you are doing should support that but I do not know about full e85. I think the pump would need to be upgraded. I made 740 on the 8.5 psi pulley on e50 so you should be able to make 750 on the 9.5 pretty easily.
 


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but what a hassle that would be
What would the best method for this be? Get a seperate drum in garage to make the perfect mix then pour into car consistently?
 
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I wasn’t able to run the 7.5 pulley on straight e85 with bap and 1050x injectors fuel was dropping into the high 30’s . A dw400 will help but it’s not going help that much.

You’d would easily make 750 on just the 7.5 pulley and e85. My car has trapped almost 150 on the 7.5 pulley in neg da and ran 4.8 60-130 on e30. Haven’t had the car dyno but to run that I’m sure it makes we’ll over 750
Thank you very much for that information. I know Rob personally an he’s definitely saying my situation is gonna work. Man your car is hauling. My neighbor has same set up running a D1x. He didn’t run into problems he said till 9.40s 145. Some tuner
 

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My order status was updated to Shipped today!! FedEx says it will be here next Tuesday! (Ordered G3 kit on 11/19)


Shipment weight is 77 lbs, so I’m hoping there is a lot of packaging to get the kit down to the advertised weight.
 

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My order status was updated to Shipped today!! FedEx says it will be here next Tuesday! (Ordered G3 kit on 11/19)


Shipment weight is 77 lbs, so I’m hoping there is a lot of packaging to get the kit down to the advertised weight.
It is likely net weight gain, and you are removing about 30lbs
 

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I'm trying to decide between the lu47 and mu52 injectors, anyone have any insight here? I believe the mu52 require spacers, but as far as performance goes, is the 52 that much larger of a gain?
 

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I'm trying to decide between the lu47 and mu52 injectors, anyone have any insight here? I believe the mu52 require spacers, but as far as performance goes, is the 52 that much larger of a gain?
There are a couple of versions of the mu52 injector. You want the 60mm long ones if you don't want to use the adapters. Either injector will be fine on 93 or race fuel.
 

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I'm trying to decide between the lu47 and mu52 injectors, anyone have any insight here? I believe the mu52 require spacers, but as far as performance goes, is the 52 that much larger of a gain?
Go with the 47s. They are 50 pound injectors so there is almost no difference. The lu47s however are factory ford so they perform like oem.
 

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The inlet is very similar to the ess one very similar the filter was the only difference really.
Keep in mind that the G3 head units have a larger inlet versus the G2. I think you can order the MAK inlet for different Procharger head units, so it's not one size fits all.

The G2 inlet comes with a 4" K&N Filter and the MAK is 4.5".

Based on Brad's assessment, it sounds like the G3 inlet is larger on both ends than the G2...
 

 
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