Turbonetics announced today a new, bolt-on single turbo kit currently available for the 2005 – 2006 Ford Mustang GT, and soon (a couple months) to be available for 2007 models as well. Ready for sale and shipping now, the kit incorporates a patented ceramic ball bearing turbocharger for immediate spool-up and custom ECU re-flash for silky smooth power delivery from the moment that you step on the gas pedal.
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While the factory rated 500 horsepower for the GT500 is more than ample for many, those craving more power need to look no further that Roush Performance. Engineers at Roush are soon to release a new roots style supercharger said to boost power up over the 700 horsepower mark.
A European automotive technology company, Antonov, has decided to debut its unique 2-speed supercharger drive system at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. Antonov’s U.S. distributor Wheel to Wheel Powertain will be presenting the new technology with two different vehicles. They will be using the Ford Mustang GT at the show proving grounds where they will demonstrate the system’s performance enhancing characteristics. They will also be displaying a Hummer H3 that has been integrated with the patented technology.
Not enough power out of your 2005 to 2006 Mustang GT? Filling the need for a factory approved supercharger for the already stout 300 horsepower 3v Mustangs, Jack Roush released his latest roots style blower for the late model Ford Mustang.
At just 5 PSI of boost, the ROUSHcharger delivers a rated 115 hp and 65 lbs of torque, bringing your steed to well over 400 horsepower for some ground pounding performance. “With the certification now in hand, we can sell the Mustang ROUSHcharger to anyone that wants to add an easy 115 horsepower to their 2005 and 2006 Ford Mustang GT,” said Ryan Bunn, ROUSH Performance parts marketing manager. “This unit is designed by the same engineering group that has helped Jack Roush achieve so much success in NASCAR racing.” Oh, did we mentioned it’s 50 state smog legal? Yes, even California enthusiasts can get a boost in performance without voiding the factory 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.