Ever wonder what it would take to build a Coyote engine that puts down over three times the factory flywheel power rating to the rear wheels. Apparently it can be done with off-the-shelf parts—or at least an off-the-shelf turbo kit from CPR Street Machines.
That’s just the kind of results CPR generated when combining its single turbo system with a robust MMR 1500 short-block from Modular Motorsports Racing in Zachary Friedman’s Mustang. The robust engine combo is backed by a Turbo 400 automatic transmission and controlled by and AEM engine-management system.
At the gains we are seeing per psi, who knows what it will make?—CPR Street Machines
The CPR turbo systems for 2011-2014 Mustang GTs are centered around a Borg Warner S475 based turbo supported by tubular four-into-one headers, a JGS 40mm wastegate, a JGS 50mm blow-off valve, a large intercooler and more. Installation of the system is facilitated by a BMR Suspension K-member and tubular radiator support built to CPR’s specifications. These systems sell for $7,299.