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Lysholm supercharger kits for 2007-2009 Shelby GT500s now available for order

By - October 13, 2009 – 9:01 amNo Comment | 387 views

Lysholm has announced that their supercharger system is now available for order for 2007-2009 Shelby GT500s. Featuring the Lysholm 3300 twin-screw supercharger, the system utilizes a 4.0″ drive pulley, a 10″ drive belt and a 110mm  MAF housing. Lysholm claims the system can produce approximately 14-15 psi of maximum boost.

Included Components

  • Billet adapter plate allows for simple bolt-on to OEM lower manifold
    • 1/2” thick CNC machined aluminum
    • Black anodized finish
    • O-ring seal for bypass
  • Integrated bypass valve assembly
    • OEM Ford twin-port actuator
    • Bypass shaft
    • Actuator arm
    • 44.5mm bypass valve (competing “3.4L / W210AX” models use 38mm valve)
  • Cast aluminum supercharger air inlet manifold mates to OEM throttle body
    • High-flow, minimal pressure drop design
    • Integrated o-ring seal at throttle mating surface
    • Includes all necessary fittings to adapt to OEM hoses
  • Custom PCV adapter fitting and replacement stainless steel tube, mate with OEM port on valve cover

Notes:

  • Adapter plate, inlet duct and all bypass components are pre-installed onto the supercharger at Vortech
  • Fuel pump voltage booster is suggested for applications exceeding 14 psig boost
  • Supercharger kit installation time is rated at 4-6 hours
  • Accessory pulleys available separately: 2L031-375-01 (3.75”), 2L031-350-01 (3.50”)
  • Replacement belt: 2A041-880 (Dayco 5100880). Compatible with all three pulley sizes.
  • Installer must provide custom ECU calibration and some fuel supply components
  • Not smog legal in California (off-road use only).

[Source: Lysholm]




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