DiMora· Premium Member
That's partially true.From all the guys who have mustangs , they say that the top three s/c kits are whipple , kenne belle and pro charger. if they are true why , whats good about this roush kit?
Eaton (Roush) one of the largest OEM supercharger manufacturers in the country who also supplies the TVS rotors for both Roush and Edelbrock. The Eaton kits are tested like no other. Eaton is a HUGE company with deep pockets.
Quite simply, the Roush kit is one of the most efficient roots or screw supercharger kits you can buy (it is a Roots blower).
You are also forgetting Paxton and Saleen, both of whom make excellent kits.
It depends on what you want...when you mention Whipple/Kenne Bell (twin-screws) and Procharger (Centrifugal blower) in the same sentence you are talking apples and oranges.
The Roush / Eaton / Edelbrock roots blowers are more similar to the KB/Whipple/Saleen than they are to the Paxton / Vortechs.
I would pick a desired power level and build the car to attain that level. Forged or not forged block, etc.
On a 2010, the Roush TVS is available right now and is a proven solution.
ROUSH Performance: 2010 Mustang R2300 Supercharger Kit
On a non-forged block, I would add a Carmen Goudey 3.47" pulley like I have and a custom tune (or tune from Chris Rose at Tillman Speed) and lay down 475-512 RWHP depending on timing and call it good if you want to remain unforged.