Attention all you 2011 5.0 Mustang GT owners: beware the ProCharged 3.7L V6 Mustang! That’s right, the first 2011 V6 Mustang to make a 1/4-mile pass in the 12-second range is ProCharger-equipped!
At a recent track day, the potent pony ran a best of firstname.lastname@example.org mph, making it the first of the new 3.7L V6 Mustangs to get into the 12’s! Check out the video below.
If posting a mid-12 second run wasn’t enough, an unsuspecting 2011 5.0 California Special Mustang GT lined up for a run with the feisty V6. Check out this video for the outcome of that race. (Hint: the 5.0 leaves first, but…)
The Kona Blue 2011 Mustang V6 is a project car for V6Mustangperformance.com and was in fact one of the early “beta” cars for ProCharger supercharger system development. Even so, this car still runs a completely stock 3.7L V6 behind the ProCharger intercooled supercharger system and is driven daily.
Since it’s stock development at ProCharger, the owner has gone on to make some typical “bolt-on” modifications, including a full, 2 1/2-inch Bassani “street race” exhaust system (long-tube headers, x-pipe and mufflers) as well as pair of Nitto NT-05 drag radials mounted on some Weld RTS wheels. The car was also upgraded with a one-piece aluminum drive-shaft.
Stock 2011 Mustang V6 Dyno Video
Even with a completely stock exhaust system, when compared with a 2011 5.0L V8, a ProCharged 3.7L V6 puts down more rear-wheel horsepower: 427 on a Mustang dyno and 436 on a DynoJet dyno. Check out this video to see (and hear) the car with a 100% stock exhaust system still installed.
When you’re ready to put the Ultimate Power Adder under the hood of your Mustang, you can get more information here, or give our Customer Service Team a call at 913/338-3886, M-F, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM central time.