re: Boosting my ecoboost... (Posted on 10/19/13 at 1:47 pm to bapple)
More like Roush valve cover inserts. Roush seriously needs to fix that belt setup, no excuse to run less than a 10-rib belt with a roots or screw-type supercharger. Can get away with an 8-rib on a centri (to a certain point) but with that much room and the minimal extra cost it should be no brainer.
re: Boosting my ecoboost... (Posted on 10/19/13 at 1:54 pm to Clames)
Yes just valve covers. As for 8 rib it's fine for lower boost. My whipple on my 06 mustang it was 6 from them. I put a 8rib on and don't have any issues but I'm only running 12lbs on that one...11 on the truck.
re: Boosting my ecoboost... (Posted on 10/19/13 at 2:01 pm to NOLAGT)
I run around 14 psi through the D1 on my 2V 5.4 and the 8-rib has no problem with that but I'll always get more when I can. With PD's there's just so much more inertia with the rotors which is why the Lightnings/Cobras ran 10-rib and the FGT ran a 12-rib belt. So'k though, my next setup will use a big ol' turbo....
re: Boosting my ecoboost... (Posted on 10/19/13 at 2:19 pm to Clames)
I thought long and hard about a turbo on my mustang. But since this was my first FI car and it is just a street beater I with TS for that instant TQ. They didn't have any turbo setups for the 150 so I went roush...but someone is working on a TT setup now that makes me regret the roush a tad lol.
re: Boosting my ecoboost... (Posted on 10/19/13 at 2:23 pm to CaptainsWafer)
Yea in the ac vent. It is slick but lessons the air flow some. Not too bad tho. Fx4 but I took the stickers off and added the appearance package stripe. Amp power steps. 2" level with bmf 20" rims. 305/55/20 cooper zeon tires. And some recon led lights and custom HID headlights.