Stage 2 ProCharger kit with P-1X (901 rwhp)

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    OK, so I have gotten a few PM's about this car...(for good reason)

    I have been saying for years that our normal P-1X that comes in the kit is good for 95% of our customers needs.
    Meaning, even if you are wanting to run E85 and make big power, you don't ALWAYS have to upgrade to larger blowers.

    Now I know that sounds weird, me talking you OUT of spending more money with us. BUT, its really true. We spent a ton of time designing this system and designing this P-1X blower to really shine as an amazing entry level blower, that could still deliver the goods when needed (with just a smaller pulley).

    This way, you can get that entry level kit (tuner kit) and with the money you save... put that extra $$$$ into things like a full fuel system to support the big E85 power numbers.

    Stage 2 ProCharger Tuner Kit
    P-1X Headunit with 3.55" pulley (he could still do a 3.40" if needed)
    Stock Engine (with OPG)
    Headers
    E85
    Tuned by Lund

    Honestly, I would be willing to bet it makes basically the same numbers even without the headers.
    However, won't know since it had them on it before the blower was installed. Not adding those would save even more $$

    Pretty awesome!





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    @ProChargerTECH As far as sizing goes, would a P1x make more low/mid range torque then a D1x?
     
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    Nasty!!! What is the diameter of the stg2 crank pulley on 18up kits?
     
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    666 toque and it shots flames :-|
     
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    Haha awesome
     
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    Any timeline on the 2019 Mustang GT blowers getting CARB approval?
     
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    How many lbs of boost did it net?
     
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    Wow, you think it would make same power on stock headers. (Zelek)
     
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    Go spend the money and find out yourself. If I was selling something, I would say to not upgrade other parts and to focus on my supercharger kit too.
     
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    Ok you convinced me, send me one, Ill cover shipping.:giggle:
     
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    What kind of fuel and how much boost? Also what is the A/F? We need specifics!!!! :)
     
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    The P1X yes will make more mid-range than a D-1X (unless the D1X is spun way way up)
    Thats why I try to tell people how awesome the P-1X is! :)

    Hard hitting blower, that still has the upper range to make big power.
    (most people are fine with 550-900 rwhp, so its perfect)

    2018-2019 = 7.65"
    2015-2017 = 8"

    This pull was done to about 7,300 rpm on the engine.
    So with the crank and blower pulley combo, places is right at 64,000 blower rpm.
    (so not even over spinning her, shes a monster)

    NOTE: GT 350's are different and are 6.5" and 7" crank pulleys.

    Thank you... The owner called me last night and he goes. "Dude, this thing is a monster" lol.

    We are currently working through a fleet of Dodge products EO's.
    So it would have to be after that, I don't have an ETA yet.

    Since every time the cam angles change in the tune, the boost number changes... it was a mute point.
    I don't think they even put a boost gauge on the car to be honest.

    Boost is just a measure of restriction, so when the cams move, the restriction changes drastically.
    (I can swing a boost number by almost 6psi with little to no effort)

    I only really care about blower speed. This is a great example of amazing power, without over spinning the blower.

    Modern exhaust is pretty dang amazing.
    I have done some back to back testing on various platforms and haven't seen much of a gain.

    They sound awesome though!

    NOTE: I recently made 1,100 wheel on a Z06 through the stock exhaust... (literally mufflers, cats, manifolds... nothing changed)
    The "internet" told me it needed headers to make over 750.

    Why would I say that? No way man... I am a normal dude lol.
    I call it like I see it...If I have seen big-time gains on supercharged cars, I would say "Dude, that's awesome now put headers on it and pick up huge gains" but sadly that's not really the case these days. Ford, Dodge, and GM make some pretty killer exhaust systems.

    I drive a ProCharged 2018... (I have posted about it)
    I have seen NO reason at all to change the factory exhaust yet. (its got the selectable mufflers so thats cool)


    YESSSSSSSSSS...lol

    E85
    See my post above about boost
    I didn't tune it, but if I had to guess I would say somewhere between .75 and .78 labda and 20 or 21 degrees.
    Not saying thats exactly what they used, but thats where I have set other cars up at that power level.


    Its a simple combo, not many details to talk about....

    Stage 2 kit, with P1X... 3.55 blower pulley
    Fuel System, E85 in the tank

    SEND IT! :)
     
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    What fuel system was used?
     
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    You guys ever going to offer a decent trade in on the x blowers for us poor guys that have the plain P1........ :crying::crying::crying:
     
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    Fore system was used on this car.
    Which is a amazing system, but a bit overkill for this application.

    The owner was thinking about built motor, and bigger blower down the road. :)
     
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    Since the P-1SC-1 to P-1X upgrade takes a large number of parts we sell the "upgrade" basically at cost.

    - Impeller
    - Volute
    - Gear case Backing Plate
    - Seals

    All change...really only the gears, bearings and front plate stay.
     
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    We trying to rep but getting hard to complete with the big guys. Lol
     
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    Impressive results.

    Wouldn't putting a little smaller pulley on to be able to rev higher net more power? 18 manifold with boost seems to keep gaining hp till 7500+ no?
     
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    I’m assuming these numbers are from an 18. I Couldn’t tell in the pic...

    So if the D1X is spun the same rpm, what do you think the numbers would be? You said more mid range punch with the p1x.

    There are 3 pulls, what was the difference between the 3?

    The blower is rated at 65k, and you mentioned it could still be pullied down as well. So, is there a different impeller rpm limit or safety margin? You said about spinning the D1X harder, but it too would be close to the 65k. Right now at 7300rpm, the blower is spinning 64k. I know you can’t recommend higher, but theoretically what is safe max impeller rpm? At the same 64k this is being spun, would the D1X produce the same boost or how much more?

    How would a d1sc compare to this p1x? Initial kit price is only $50 difference. Of course, the D1X is only a few hundred more...

    Dilemmas...
     
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    While i agree with what procharger tech has stated in this thread i do have to disagree about the exhaust,mainly headers and cats.Its been posted many times at least for the 5.0 that headers and removing cats nets decent hp numbers.I can say for a fact that the stock factory connect drops down to 2inch,and that inside diameter of the pipe.U could not convince me that on high boost high hp cars that neckdown would not cause hp loss.
     
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