When adding a supercharger and gaining say about 100 torque on the car , how noticeable is that much torque in the drive? And when do you feel/notice it the most?
Horsepower is a derived figure...Id take 100hp instead.
Horsepower is a derived figure...
100 more ft-lbs at 6000 rpm is 114 HP. You only need about 88 ft-lbs at the same rpm to get 100 HP. PD superchargers tend to evenly increase torque across the rev range. With a high-revving engine like the Coyote, that means more HP as the revs climb.
Methinks you missed the point...and that I also have a Mustang...Ok.......I'll still take the hp if you got any. For example....ill take the low torque/high hp coyote over a pretty even hp/torque of your scatpack.
Magazine-Racer Lives Matter!Methinks too many mustang owners spend too much time calculating rather than racing. "how does something feel" is irrelevant as everyone's opinion will differ. The question should be more like "how fast have guys gone with 550-600whp in boosted coyotes".
Coyotes55086: 100 lb. ft. Is very noticeable. If you are considering a blower, my advice is to stop considering and start installing...you will LOVE it!When adding a supercharger and gaining say about 100 torque on the car , how noticeable is that much torque in the drive? And when do you feel/notice it the most?