We all want to break new records on the 1320, and it would be nice to do so without a whole lot of hassle. The Coyote engine is already a capable platform with potential and a great starting base to add modifications and to get that car running some impressive ET numbers at the track.
In this YouTube video uploaded by ProCharger, Coyote 5.0L can be seen making an impressive pass at Heartland Park in Topeka, Kansas. This manual Coyote car is otherwise stock besides the i-1 ProCharger supercharger (cranked up to 7.5 psi) and a set of headers. The Mustang weighs in at 3,850 pounds and conquers the quarter-mile in 10.87 seconds at 131.5 miles per hour. With full supercharger warranty still intact, the car was given an improvement of 1.8 seconds and 18 miles per hour from the i-1 ProCharger standard 5.0 boost level.
Not many mods are needed to perform well, and this i-1 supercharger may be a great starting point. ProCharger with its i-1 centrifugal design that features an intelligent control system and optional touchscreen control is an incredible add on. The i-1 is a highly efficient design and ProCharger says it offers low heat transfer to the engine. An air-to-air intercooler is standard to keep temps down on the street and at the track, and allow owners to take full advantage of every psi of boost. Don’t you want more power per psi of boost?
These superchargers are backed by a 3 year warranty, and better yet, they are made in the U.S.A.