Vortech 20th Anniversary Edition Supercharger Tuner Kit in Black for 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustang GTs.
To commemorate Vortech's 20 years of producing the highest quality and most reliable supercharging systems in the industry, they are celebrating with the release of a limited run of 100 "Anniversary Edition" Series Supercharging Systems.
These systems will be truly unique with a gorgeous stealthy black finish on the supercharger, ducting and intercoolers, and will also feature a special numbered Anniversary serial tag on the supercharger. These systems are likely to be highly sought-after and a sure way for the true performance enthusiast and real Vortech fan alike to set themselves far apart from the rest of the pack.
These elite systems will be available with the industry leading, 78% adiabatic efficient self-lubricated V-3 Si-Trim Supercharger, and will also include the air charger cooler. Vortech's V-3 Si-Trim compressor with a 3.60" drive pulley, is able to produce 605 HP and 473 lb/ft* torque at 7.5-8.5 PSI at red-line on a stock engine.
What better way to recognize Vortech's many successes in the aftermarket during their first 20 years, than with a customized, limited edition series of kits ushering in the next generation of best-sellers! You'd better get yours on order now, because you can expect these systems to sell out almost immediately!
Supercharger Kit Includes:
- High flow Roto-Molded duct
- Silicone sleeves and reducers for inlet and discharge
- Stainless steel clamps for inlet and discharge
- Breather hose provisions for auto and manual transmission
- Replacement engine coolant reservoir, coolant pipe and hose assemblies
- Billet aluminum and steel supercharger mounting brackets
- Welded air-to-air charger cooler 24" X 13" X 3.5"
- Mandrel bent 3" tubing
- 98mm MAF housing configured for 'blow-through' use
- Vortech Maxflow race bypass valve with filter
*Tuner kits DO NOT include fuel pump, injectors and ECU programmer. Customer ECU programming required.
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Do I need to buy new injectors and fuel pimp with this kit?
You Might Also Like
/** * Cases for simple product that is not on sale */ ?>CJ's Low Price:$6,480.99
/** Note: This is used for related configurable parts to properly display price w/o regular price */?>CJ's Low Price:$1,769.25
/** * Cases for simple product that is not on sale */ ?>CJ's Low Price:$159.99
For our first update we’ll go under the hood, and if you’ve been following the build you know we were talking about reusing Ford Racing’s Coyote Crate engine to power our car. Four hundred twelve horsepower would have been great, but if you remember I said we were going to make it a little be more than that with Project 50-30. Additional power is going to come from a Vortex supercharger. We’re using their block series V3 supercharger to reliably push our car over 600 horsepower. This will work great with the stock motor and the factory computer we’re using.
We also recently installed the front windshield and the rear glass. We’re using one of our glass kits which is available for all ’64-’73 Mustangs, including all the glass necessary for the restoration. They’re available in clear or the tinted smoke glass shown here. If you go with the smoked, only the very top edge of your windshield is going to be smoked. The rest will be clear. We think the tinted glass is going to give our Mustang a really nice custom look with our black roof.
While not necessarily exciting to look at, our last update is going to be the wiring harness. With a custom build like this, having a good harness is going to be very important to make everything operate properly. We’ve chosen to go with Painless Performance Products complete chassis harness, fitting your ’64-’66 Mustang. Two additional models are also available fitting ’67-’68 as well as ’69-’70. The Painless will update 50-30 to modern wiring, giving us plenty of extra circuits to hook up with our control pack as well as all the extra power options we’re adding to our build.
Like we said before, we can’t show you everything, and we still have a ton of cool stuff to show you on our project 50-30, so make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more updates.