ATI 1FY501-SCI 18-20 F150 5.0 4V Stg 2 Intercooled Tuner Kit P-1SC-1

ATI 1FY501-SCI 18-20 F150 5.0 4V Stg 2 Intercooled Tuner Kit P-1SC-1

ATI 1FY501-SCI 18-20 F150 5.0 4V Stg 2 Intercooled Tuner Kit P-1SC-1

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ATI 1FY501-SCI 18-20 F150 5.0 4V Stg 2 Intercooled Tuner Kit P-1SC-1 Comes with Race Intercooler 

Tuner Kit does not come with the tune, you...

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Part Number: ATI 1FY501-SCI

Manufacturer: ATI ProCharger (Accessible Technologies Inc)

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    Please remember that the prices on our site are the Procharger Minimum Advertised Prices
    Call 260 672-2076

    ATI 1FY501-SCI 18-20 F150 5.0 4V Stg 2 Intercooled Tuner Kit P-1SC-1

    Comes with Race Intercooler 

    Tuner Kit does not come with the tune, you will need to get your truck tuned for the supercharger



    You want it all, and we know exactly how you feel (and so did Ford)! A couple decades ago, Ford re-defined the sports truck market with the introduction of a high HP V8 powered truck known as the Lighting.  This truck allowed owners to have something practical for small projects and daily driving duties, but also was a feared competitor at the race track.  A true "Jekyll and Hyde" so to speak.   

    Well, Ford has done it again for 18-20 with these new all-aluminum F-150's.  These trucks are now packing 10-speed transmissions and Gen3 5.0L Coyote power plants just begging for boost.  And we are proud to announce that we are adding 2018-20 supercharger systems to our list of F-150 systems. 



    From 2011 to 2020, ProCharger has created an army of supercharged V8 F-150s across the country.  From 2WD to 4WD, standard and crew cabs, drag racing or off-roading, ProCharger has a supercharger option perfect for you and your truck.  And an extra 60-70% of power comes in really handy, no matter if you are wanting a little extra for towing, or some more stop light to stop light fun.   

    These amazing power numbers come from just 6-9psi of pump gas friendly boost in full systems, featuring both the highly efficient P-1SC-1 and the all-new record setting P-1X head units.  These systems are allowing customers to enjoy 500-600+HP from otherwise stock F-150's on standard 91-93 octane fuel. All 5.0L systems feature a dedicated 8 rib drive system for maxium belt life and performance, and mutiple intercooler options. 


    The supercharged boost is cooled down before entering the engine by our highly effective air-to-air intercooler systems.  These systems have no moving parts, pumps or relays that can fail over time.  The simplistic nature of these coolers are a perfect match for long-term ownership of trucks liked F-150's and also easy installation. Speaking of long-term ownership, check out our blog HERE featuring a boosted F-150 with nearly 1/4 million miles on it!  

    For those wanting to go beyond base power numbers, tuner kits can be ordered for higher boost levels, as well as upgraded head units for use with built motors and racing applications.  Please contact for more details. 


     Everything you need to install a ProCharger supercharger system comes in one box shipped to your door.  And with nothing more then a set of common hand tools, installation can be done in as little as 6-8 hours.   ProCharger engineers went the extra mile in providing full-color instructions packed with details such as what tool to use on each bolt.  


     And thanks to some ProCharger boost trucks like Ryan Gage's regular cab short bed, track times in the 11-second zone are now possible. This truck is a total sleeper thanks to its stock look and stock wheels.   The P-1X system is completely as it came from ProCharger, other then custom tuning, and some exhaust modifications. This netted him over 570 rwhp, and 11.99 times at the track while running in a 12.0 index class!


    With the engine built to be blown, our low-compression 540 made 507 hp at 4,800 rpm and 606 lb-ft of torque at 3,200 rpm. Fully intercooled and boost set on kill, those numbers jumped to 913 hp at 5,800 rpm, with 903 lb-ft of torque at 4,800. The difference with the ATI ProCharger is huge, to say the least. Those numbers represent an increase of a solid 80 percent in horsepower and 49 percent in torque. That’s a ridiculous increase that would make your “seat of the pants” feel like a NASA space shutte launch!

    “When put into the [supercharger] system, an intercooler brings the air temp back down, thus increasing its density and removing the need to retard the timing. Reliable power gains go from 25-45 percent with a supercharger alone to 60-75* percent with an intercooler.”

    “Any time that you compress air, like with a supercharger, that creates heat, and heat is the enemy of horsepower. An air-to-air intercooler takes that hot blast of air and cools it down. This [Intercooled ProCharger system] will give you a 65% increase in power [with 8.5 psi]. That’s more than any other supercharger on the market.” 

    "Compressed air gets hot, but diverting it through the intercooler cools it down before it gets to the throttle-body."

    "A [chassis] dyno run demonstrated a maximum of 377.8 rwhp and 357.9 lb-ft of torque." (66% power gain, stock '02 5.3L Tahoe)

    “These intercooled ProCharger systems provide reliable 60-90 percent gains* in horsepower and torque on pump gas, with significantly better engine reliability than is possible when supercharging without an intercooler.”

    "The mildly modded 5.4 (2004 3V) received a ProCharger P-1SC centrifugal supercharger along with its air-to-air intercooler. The GMS crew reflashed the computer with Superchips Custom Tuning software, and the 5.4-liter SOHC motor now makes 420 rwhp and 410 lb-ft of torque." 

    “The driveability of the system was tested when we loaded down the truck with a 7,000-pound boat and trailer and a bed full of weekend boating gear, and traveled a couple of hundred miles over hilly highway toward The Lake of the Ozarks in humid 85-degree weather. Even under boost conditions, as the truck effortlessly pulled the weight up long hills for long periods of time, the engine’s coolant temperature never surpassed normal operating temperatures.” “Because of the extraordinary efficiency of both the ProCharger and intercooler systems, intercooled ProCharger systems feature the coolest intake temperature of any supercharger.”

    “Intercooled supercharging results in less stress on engine parts, lower engine temperatures, and better fuel mileage.”

    By using an air-to-air system, more boost can be applied to the motor without fear of detonation or the need for added fuel enrichment systems or ignition retarding.” 

     “In addition to denser air and full ignition timing, there is considerably less parasitic loss...”

    “What cuts down on a charger’s efficiency is a byproduct of compressing air - heat. When the air is compressed, it gets hotter. And the hotter it gets the less dense it becomes. You will still see power gains but the ignition timing has to be pulled back about 1 degree per pound of boost to keep the engine from detonating or pinging.” 

     “The intercooler (like a radiator for the air) brings the temp back down to around 20 degrees above the outside air temp.”

    “That’s a 2.33-second gain in the quarter-mile [with a stock 5.7 TBI] on pump fuel without sacrificing any driveability.”

    Fuel Mileage and ProCharger…WHAT?!


    A supercharger will decrease the fuel economy of your vehicle, right? WRONG!!

    Although roots superchargers have significant parasitic load and do dramatically decrease fuel economy, centrifugal superchargers (like ProCharger) will yield approximately the same fuel economy as normally aspirated engines under normal throttle conditions. This means that after the installation of a ProCharger intercooled supercharger system, if you drive your vehicle in the same manner as you did before the installation, you should see no drop in fuel economy and in some cases customers with heavier vehicles have actually increased their fuel economy because of less frequent downshifts! However, the purpose of the supercharger is to get more air into the engine…and when you add air you must add fuel. So when you stand on the throttle and that impeller starts force-feeding your motor the air it deserves, your fuel system will allow more fuel in to create gobs of Grandma scaring horsepower. It is during those moments when supercharged vehicles see a drop in fuel economy.

    To explain further, a supercharged engine operates at a much higher power and efficiency level than a naturally aspirated engine. So why, under normal operating conditions, would making an engine more efficient decrease fuel economy?

    ProCharger has a large and ever changing fleet of test vehicles running the streets and race tracks every year. We use these vehicles to test everything you would expect from a company like ProCharger…durability, aesthetics, noise, drivability, power. What you may not expect is that we also collect fuel mileage data on these test mules. A small snapshot of some of our data is below.

    • 2005 Mustang V6
      • Intercooled ProCharger P-1SC
      • Automatic Transmission
      • Factory Mileage Claim: 19 City/25 Hwy
      • ProCharged Fuel Mileage: 22.55 mpg
    • 2004 Corvette Z06 
      • Intercooled ProCharger P-1SC-1
      • Manual Transmission
      • Factory Mileage Claim: 19 City/28 Hwy
      • ProCharged Fuel Mileage: 21.00 mpg
    • 2007 Mustang GT
      • Intercooled ProCharger P-1SC-1
      • Automatic Transmission
      • Factory Mileage Claim: 18 City/23 Hwy
      • ProCharged Fuel Mileage: 19.59 mpg
    • 2006 Dodge Charger 5.7L HEMI
      • Intercooled ProCharger P-1SC-1
      • Automatic Transmission
      • Factory Mileage Claim: 17 City/25 Hwy
      • ProCharged Fuel Mileage: 21.00 mpg

    The majority of the above data was taken during mostly highway driving on the 2007 Hot Rod Power Tour. As you can imagine, fuel mileage was not the main concern of our drivers when cruising along side the amazing cars that grace the Power Tour. The Dodge Charger fuel mileage was recorded on a recent roundtrip from Kansas City to Tampa, FL. Also, keep in mind that the above vehicles are all stock with the exception of the intercooled ProCharger system. Your fuel mileage may vary depending on your vehicle combination and driving habits.

    2001 Chevrolet Silverado customer testimonial after the installation of a P-1SC-1 Intercooled ProCharger system.

    “My gas mileage has increased nearly 1 mpg on my annual trip from Michigan to Alabama, from 16.19 mpg naturally aspirated to 17.06 mpg with the ProCharger. Considering these trips are taken during Christmas in the winter with periods of idle time and speeds with the flow of traffic the ProCharger actually helps gas mileage. Add the extra on demand power and the smiles per gallon, the truck makes the trips fun!”

    2006 Hemi Ram customer testimonial after the installation of a P-1SC-1 Intercooled ProCharger system.

    “I’ve got 34K miles on the supercharger system in the past 9 months, and it’s great. I pass other trucks on hills all the time while towing Bobcats and other heavy loads. And my fuel economy is about the same as it was before, but with a lot more power.”