ProCharger Vs Whipple

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So got confirmation from Procharger they have submitted for the Mach 1 to get CARB approved. While Lethal is offering 10% off the whipple this weekend. 10% off the Stg 2 is a nice discount that goes along ways for rear traction upgrades. Without the sale both the Procharger and Whipple are priced the same (procharger I 300 less.)

I have a whipple on my 2014 and there are pros and cons to it. I'm familiar with the set up and love the instant Tq on the street. The install is a PITA as it took me and a buddy about 18 hrs to do.

However I also like the idea of the procharger. I can keep all the GT-350 goodies in place. Also the install seems a lot more straight forward.

Thoughts from those who have done it to their Machs or any opinions really. And no I'm not worry about the warranty concerns

 

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it makes little sense to me to buy a M1 then rip out a lot of what makes it a M1 to put a Whipple in. If going that route i personally would just get GT. so my vote is ProCharger or ESS even.
 
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No Ess for me gotta stay Carb compliant. The intake is very little what makes a Mach 1 a Mach 1. Otherwise your right we should have all bought GTs and added the FP performance pack
 

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I got one of the first ProCharger for my Mach 1 and had it installed by Pro Dyno about 7 months ago.
When we go to the mountains on the weekends and do some spirited driving, coming off corners you can get on it and not worry about the back end stepping out because of the
linear power delivery. Plus we was able to install the shaker.
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I got one of the first ProCharger for my Mach 1 and had it installed by Pro Dyno about 7 months ago.
When we go to the mountains on the weekends and do some spirited driving, coming off corners you can get on it and not worry about the back end stepping out because of the
linear power delivery. Plus we was able to install the shaker.
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Looking good. Did you dyno it by chance?
 

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(I have the vehicle on order still but the parts list in my sig is in my garage already) The main reason I decided to go Whipple is the instant power. Having come from a '14 GT with Roush, I love the PD blowers. If the intake is the main component someone wanted to retain then the Centri makes plenty of sense. Luckystang's set up is great! Im sure its plenty fast and does better at hooking then any of the PDs out there.
I will be doing all I can to re-install the strut tower brace by lower the engine.
Did not go with a GT + PP as I want the Tremec. The MT 82 was ok for me but didnt want it again.
 
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(I have the vehicle on order still but the parts list in my sig is in my garage already) The main reason I decided to go Whipple is the instant power. Having come from a '14 GT with Roush, I love the PD blowers. If the intake is the main component someone wanted to retain then the Centri makes plenty of sense. Luckystang's set up is great! Im sure its plenty fast and does better at hooking then any of the PDs out there.
I will be doing all I can to re-install the strut tower brace by lower the engine.
Did not go with a GT + PP as I want the Tremec. The MT 82 was ok for me but didnt want it again.
I have a very similar build to your 2014 only its a whipple. I do enjoy the power it makes. The PD with the 6r80 really moves on my 2014.

I like the procharger for the simplicity of the install from looking over the manual. Also the power of the centri seems to really benefit from the quick shifting 10r80 where I'm rarely out of peak power band when FTB
 

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(I have the vehicle on order still but the parts list in my sig is in my garage already) The main reason I decided to go Whipple is the instant power. Having come from a '14 GT with Roush, I love the PD blowers. If the intake is the main component someone wanted to retain then the Centri makes plenty of sense. Luckystang's set up is great! Im sure its plenty fast and does better at hooking then any of the PDs out there.
I will be doing all I can to re-install the strut tower brace by lower the engine.
Did not go with a GT + PP as I want the Tremec. The MT 82 was ok for me but didnt want it again.
You can notch the strut tower brace for the Whipple. If I find the thread, I will let you know.
 

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When the times comes for me, it will be a Procharger. I had one on my 03 Mach, and it was a blast. The install isn't bad either, I would like a dedicated drive system for it though, and hope the crank snout does not break.
 

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I have a very similar build to your 2014 only its a whipple. I do enjoy the power it makes. The PD with the 6r80 really moves on my 2014.

I like the procharger for the simplicity of the install from looking over the manual. Also the power of the centri seems to really benefit from the quick shifting 10r80 where I'm rarely out of peak power band when FTB
I bet it moves! Mine made 600 wheel. IT was a track pack car with 3.73s - I had to change the rear to 3.27 (I think? or close to that) and it helped with 1st & 2nd traction a bit, but also made it more drivable around town.
You already have the Whipple, go Procharger on this one :)
 
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I bet it moves! Mine made 600 wheel. IT was a track pack car with 3.73s - I had to change the rear to 3.27 (I think? or close to that) and it helped with 1st & 2nd traction a bit, but also made it more drivable around town.
You already have the Whipple, go Procharger on this one :)
I like your suggestion. It moves with the 3.15 rear. 630 to the wheel on 91 and 708 with e85.
 

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@2022 Mach 1 ..Having the same engine as you and when talking to my installer/vendor the procharger HO 2 with the base head unit would mount on the left side of the engine allowing me to keep stock intake and air box. (of course that goes away with bigger SC unit). So when I am ready that will be my choice.
 

 
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