Mods: ProCharger for 2015-17 Ford Shelby GT350

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Just last summer, ProCharger unveiled their Stage II Inter-cooled Supercharger System for the 2017-15 Ford Shelby GT350 & GT350R that can bolt on an easy 175 horsepower and then some.

The belt driven centrifugal supercharger base Stage II kit begins with a boost of 6 PSI for the 527 horsepower 5.2-liter Voodoo V6 in the GT350. That brings horsepower up to just over 700 with a tune that will be happy with pump gas.

But there’s more, you can also get the tuner version of the package and spec out your own desired boost levels for a modified engine that can support upwards of 1200 if your rotating assembly can take it.

The ProCharger of course is a self-contained blower unit with its own oiling so you don’t have to tap into the engine’s resources. The Stage II system (#1FW314-SCI) uses the ProCharger P-1SC-1 blower but tuner kits can use other models.

Like all ProCharger systems it comes complete out of the box. It mounts with hearty CNC billet brackets and comes with all other necessary hardware.

The pulley has a 8-rib dedicated drive with an SFI-approved aftermarket balancer.

You get new 95 pound fuel injectors, a fuel pump booster and an air-to-air inter-cooler mounts down below to cool the charge. A hand held tuner is included to finish it all off.

While you can have your local shop install the system, ProCharger says the bolt-on installation can be done at home with most common tools and a floor jack.

No permanent modifications are required to your Shelby GT350, something a lot of owners will want to know.

Pricing for the system ranges between $6,000-$6,500 depending on where you buy it. More information: ProCharger.com

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