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Paxton releases pricing for 2011 Mustang supercharger systems

By - December 20, 2010 – 11:40 amNo Comment | 815 views

Paxton 2011 Mustang Supercharger System

Paxton has yet to release official details and specifications for its 2011 Mustang supercharger system, but we have been able to get a preview of the upcoming kit on a few custom cars. The Pep Boys Mustang at SEMA had a prototype Paxton supercharger system installed, as did the one-off WD-40 Mustang that will be up for auction at Barrett-Jackson in January. Each of the kits featured Paxton’s high output NOVI 2200 centrifugal compressor and an integrated air/air charger cooler. JPC are also using a modified version of the system to power their 2011 Mustang race car.

While horsepower and torque numbers aren’t available quite yet, we do know how much the Paxton supercharger system will cost. Pricing will start at $4,695.95 for a tuner kit with a satin finish and can go all the way up to $5,995.95 for the complete system and a polished finish. This is only a slight price increase from the 2005-2010 systems. You can see the full pricing breakdown below:

PN Description Price
1001863SL-1 2011 5.0L Mustang GT, Tuner Kit, NOVI 2200 with Charge Cooler, Satin Finish (Tuner kits do not include fuel management upgrade or programming) $4695.95
1001863SL 2011 5.0L Mustang GT, Complete System, NOVI 2200 with Charge Cooler, Satin Finish $5620.95
1001863SL-1P 2011 5.0L Mustang GT, Tuner Kit, NOVI 2200 with Charge Cooler, Polished Finish (Tuner kits do not include fuel management upgrade or programming) $4995.95
1001863SL-P 2011 5.0L Mustang GT, Complete System, NOVI 2200 with Charge Cooler, Polished Finish $5995.95

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