2011-2022 Mustang Engines = Standard or Reverse
2011-2022 F-150 Engines = Standard (Reverse with timing cover swap)
Bracket Design & Belt Drive
The bracket system design is based off our rock-solid 2011+ Mustang system, though it has been adapted to fit into more compact engine bays such as the Fox Body pictured here. Even with its compact mounting location, don’t be fooled into thinking it’s only made for small blowers. ProChargers head units ranging in size from the P-1SC-1 to the F-1R fit on this bracket without modifications! Street cars and Race cars–we have you covered!
Two dedicated belt drive systems have been designed for this system in order to accommodate both street and track usage accordingly. For the street car, we offer an 8 rib dedicated belt drive system. The 8 rib drive system can be used with both the stock OEM balancer or an ATI Performance Products SFI damper.
Surve Valve Options
Our ProFlow surge valve comes standard with the kit, though customers with larger blowers and/or higher boost levels can be upgrade to Race Valve for an additional fee.
The standard air-to-air intercooler for this system is the “Stage 2″ unit utilized in our 2011+ Mustang GT systems, though you can also upgrade to the new massive “Race” air-to-air intercooler option. No matter which intercooler you choose, it comes with powered coated tubing, mounting hardware and couplers that should allow “bolt-on” installation on your Fox Body Mustang (system can be modified to work with other applications). These ProCharger intercoolers are made right here in the U.S.A. and feature the largest most effective core designs. Sizing of the cores come in at 1008 cubic inches for the Stage 2, and a MASSIVE 1296 cubic inches of cooling surface for the Race intercooler!
Coyote Engine Crank Support
The coyote engine is amazing at producing horsepower and turning big rpm numbers. However, in racing conditions with high boost, and high rpm, means a lot of stress can be placed on the front of the crankshaft (even with a turbocharged application). To help reduce the stress on the crankshaft, ProCharger has a support system that is designed to work with our supercharger systems and turbocharged applications. Is the crank support absolutely mandatory? Not really, but consider it cheap insurance with the Coyote engine, just like billet oil pump gears.