95 mustang gt procharger ?s

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  1. 95YellowGt

    95YellowGt New Member

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    well im purchasing a procharger kit either a p-1sc or the d-1 havent decided yet because im not sure what psi on what model would bring me to about 420 whp (dont think it will take much more safely) im about 800ft above sea level i have stock heads/cam with hooker headers, h-pipe, 3.73s, 70mm tb, flowmaster 40s, stage 3 clutch.. any suggestions or experience/recommendations are welcome thanks..
     
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    p-1 will get you there. Im not sure but I think you have to change all your pullies to 8rib with the D.
     
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    alrite i guess ill go the 9psi on the p-1sc and see where it goes from there hope my car wont be :eek:utofcloset: and brake on me well see wish me luck
     
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    Go with the D1SC, its give you more room to grow and no you don't have to change to 8-rib pulleys.
     
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    but i dont have much more to grow anything over 500ish hp is all it can take.. but wont the p-1sc provide what i would like?
     
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    The D1SC would not have to work as hard to provide the boost because of the design of the impeller and thus creating less heat. You can also run a bigger pulley on the D1SC to get the same boost as a P1SC with a smaller pulley and thus creating less belt slip.
     
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    do you have any clue what i would be at with a d-1 on 11psi pully? my friend has a ws6 with the d-1 and making 9psi and it slips with the new belt i just dont want slipping..
     
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    tell him to tighten it properly
     
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    You should go with the P-1SC-1. I makes more power and more power sooner than the P-1SC and does not take as long to make power as the D-1SC. The difference between the P-1SC and the P-1SC-1 is that the blades are curved on the P-1SC-1. I have seen many power adders down at DEZ Racing and would go with the P-1SC-1 if I could do it again.
     
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    umm so you say you have stock heads / cam and with a supercharger you're looking to get 420??

    you need a pretty stout h/c/i + blower combo to make 420 rwhp......
     
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    nah just more boost
     
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    you cant run high levels of boost through the stock internals...
     
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    says who stock internals will outlast the block(with a good tune)