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Procharger High Output Intercooled Supercharger System (05-10 GT)

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  • MPN# 1FP214-SCI

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  • 540+ Horsepower
  • P-1SC-1 Supercharger
  • 10 psi of Boost
  • Computer Programmer Included
  • Air-To-Air Intercooler Included
  • Fits 2005-2010 4.6L GT Mustangs
More Horsepower! The stock GT Mustang came with a respectable 300 Horsepower and 320 lb/ft of Torque from the factory, but after installation a ProCharger-equipped 4.6L Mustang can make 540 or more horsepower at the flywheel. Thanks to the industry’s coolest charge air temperatures, the unmatched power gains are delivered with maximum reliability and everyday drivability.

Complete Kit. The ProCharger HO Intercooled System comes 100% complete, and includes ProCharger self-contained supercharger, air-to-air intercooler, intercooler tubing, brackets, 39 lb/hr fuel injectors, ProFlow bypass valve and a computer programmer.

Application. This ProCharger High Output Intercooled Supercharger System is specifically designed for use on the 2005 to 2010 GT Mustang equipped with the 3 valve 4.6L modular engine.

Please Note. Procharger Supercharger Systems are built to order for our customers and accordingly, we require you to submit additional information about your vehicle using this form. Because of this there is a 14 day lead time on orders once your information is received.

Once the Customer Information Form is filled out, please email it to with your Order Number in the Subject line, so the order can be processed.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

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Tech Specs
  • P-1SC-1 self contained supercharger
  • Boost (PSIG): 10
  • Includes 3 Core Air-to-Air Inter Cooler
  • Includes computer programmer
  • Includes 39 lb/hr fuel injectors
  • Includes ProFlow bypass valve
  • Includes intercooler tubing and brackets
  • Professional Installation Recommended
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

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It works pretty good now I feel more power on the car I really like it

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after procharger installed put headers and custom tune. Dyno showed 509 rwhp. Amazing hp gain

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Overall Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Stock connecting rods Can I run this on a stock engine with stock exhaust without upgrading the connecting rods and crank? Thanks.


  • Yes, that's what it is made for. The only time that you need to upgrade your internals is if you are going to turn up the boost.


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Could this work with a ram air intake black mamba hood? I am thinking about supercharging my mustang, but I already have the ram air intake installed along with the hood. Will the supercharger work with my set up?


  • To my knowledge your hood would not be compadable to the procharger cause of were it drops the air if I was you I would grab the Paxton supercharger


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OK to run in cold weather? Looking to put this kit on my daily driver. Where I live the temperature can go down to zero, sometimes below zero. Can the supercharger handle the cold temps?


  • Yes it can. Compressing air heats it up and that is somewhat detrimental to making power, therefore your engine will likely run a little bit better in colder weather. Just be sure your engine oil and water are up to operating temperatures before you rev it up.


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I have 4.6 09 GT, with x pipe, long tube JBA headers, 373 gears, diablo tuner and typhoon intake system. Which super charger and cams would be best fit for my motor. I've heard and read a lot about not over doing the 4.6s with rwhp. Any opinions out there. I was looking at the edelbrock.


  • WOW! Your question is a loaded one, because the question should be how do you want your car to take off, move down the road, and how she responds when you get on it at driving speeds and or from a dead stop. Any Roots or twin screw supercharger will give you instant torque off of the dead stop line, but will give it to you any time you stomp that little right pedal all the way down to the metal. Now the Procharger and or Vortech Centrifugal supercharger's are great supercharger's as well they build there boost a little higher up in the RPM range which means they come on later, but you don't have to worry as much about blowing your tires off as quickly. So you can get off the line a little easer then most car's with out loosing traction or roasting your tires and watch your race go down the track while you are sitting in smoke. Now don't get me wrong you can smoke the tires with a Centrifugal supercharger as well, so don't think that you can't have fun doing some burn out's. I can tell you that your x-pipe, headers, and 3.73 gears will help alot no matter which supercharger you go with, also do your self a favor and look at the Roushcharger as well you can get alot of cool upgrades for it and build better boost. I had a 2012 Roush Stage 3 with the phase 3 upgrade and it produced 675 RWHP and it was so much fun to drive. I hope this helps you make a good decision, sorry I cant help you with the cams, I believe American Muscle should be able to help you with that I know they have supercharger cams but I wouldn't go over a stage two just my own opinion though.


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Does this kit require boost gauges etc? Everyone I have seen with a supercharger has had a cluster for temp, psi, and such.


  • A boost gauge is not necessarily required but it is highly recommended. It is a good idea to get a boost gauge so that you are able to see how much PSI you have at different times. Since you are heavily modifying the vehicle, you want monitor critical systems. If you follow the link below, it will take you to the page where we have all of our boost gauges listed.


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cams will this kit work with FRPP hot rod cams?


  • Yes. It would be best to get a custom dyno tune, however, to ensure they work together properly.


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Overall Rating 4.6

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Installation Time:Weekend

  • Performance Gain 5 5
  • Fit 3.6 3.6

  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    July 02, 2016


    It works pretty good now I feel more power on the car I really like it


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    January 26, 2016


    after procharger installed put headers and custom tune. Dyno showed 509 rwhp. Amazing hp gain


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT St Louis Mo

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    March 10, 2015

    Procharger gives you wings!

    Not legal in California. The blower has a CARB number that does not match any Mustang application. So California buyers beware. Other than that, I highly recommend it. Fantastic horse power, sounds great and it comes with everything you need to make your Mustang into a beast.


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT oxnard, CA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    April 18, 2012

    Pro Charged Son!

    Originally had catback exhaust, cai, and tune. This Pro Charger made my mustang a beast on the track. I suggest buying 410 gears with this as well.


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    May 01, 2012

    Nice kit, could be better

    Purchased this kit for my 08 GT after my 3.73 gear installation. Spent the extra $100 for the helical kit and it is definitely worth it. The kit went on without much trouble and the instructions provided were excellent, lots of photos and detailed explanations. I would say the most difficult part is sandwiching the intercooler behind the bumper but keep everything real loose and it goes. Amazingly, once the bumper is put back on you get a better idea of how much room there is and it's quite adequate. The BOV is a clumsy setup and wants to rub on the frame rail. It's also in an area that is prone to gunking up from road film so I'll have to keep an eye on it. I imagine it could also freeze up in colder weather in it's location. There's lots of rubber hoses for the piping and the hose clamps could be better quality. So, slap everything together, load the tune and head out for the open roads. After setting the AF and MAF settings I started some low range full throttle runs just to feel out the power. Gives good boost from 2500 RPM and builds smoothly. By 5000 in 2nd gear my traction control was getting busy. Getting off throttle allows the BOV to make that funny "cork out of the bottle noise" and when it's venting it sounds like the car is dragging branches. So after I drove it for a month I got it tuned at JDM in Vineland. Car made 483/420 on the OEM tune and 503/436 after custom tuning. One thing disappointing is the kit comes with 39lb injectors. JDM said those are borderline with the stock tune but are dangerously undersized for more power apps, especially in cold where you risk running lean. 60lb injectors are perfect for the kit, cost the same as the 39lb but Procharger uses the 39's. So now it would cost me another dyno session plus the cost of new injectors and labor to fix this. I contacted Procharger on this and they were less than concerned. I remember doing my tune spec sheet for them but I don't remember is 60's were an option. If it is go that route and let them write the tune for them. The difference is an injector running 100% percent on boost with the 39's and 80% on boost with the 60's. So for $5000 you get a decent kit from a very respectable company that will turn an average Mustang into a beast. The only way you can tell the blower is in there is that slight whine at idle and the shiny aluminum thing in front of the radiator. I just tell them it's a tranny cooler for towing, then I proceed to blow them away :o)


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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