PRI 2010: ProCharger Offers Stage 1, 2 and Cog Kits for the Big 3

ProCharger's 2011 Mustang Cog Drive Kit

Too many options is never a bad problem to have when it comes to picking your next car part.  In terms of supercharging, ProCharger gives you all the upgrade options you could ever hope for.  They now have Stage One, Two, and cog drive race kits for the late-model Mustang, Camaro, and Challenger.

The Stage One (High Output or HO) kit can be installed onto a completely stock engine and require absolutely no cutting or trimming of factory components and like all ProCharger HO Systems, fit under the stock hood.  Also, it comes with ProCharger’s popular P-1SC-1 self-contained supercharger, air-to-air intercooler, intercooler tubing, brackets, injectors, ProFlow bypass valve and a custom SCT programmer.  Also, a tuner kit can be purchased that omits the injectors and tuner.  The HO kit will add about 150 horsepower in most circumstances on 91 octane.

The Stage Two kit is very similar to the Stage One HO, though it comes with a larger front mount intercooler and a slightly smaller pulley, upping the boost about one PSI, netting around an additional 20 horsepower.  The HO kit is really designed for someone that wants to upgrade their blower later.  Most bracket designs on these late model cars will accept the D-1SC, F-1D, F-1, F-1A, F-1C and F-1R.  This allows you to produce as little as 450 horsepower or over 1300!

When going for big power, you need a cog drive.  The final addition to the 2011 Mustang 5.0 came today at PRI as ProCharger released the cog driver for it.  The new cog race kit features a rugged billet aluminum bracket and tensioner pulley, cog crank pulley and is designed around a proven, 50 mm dedicated cog drive belt.

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