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Video: Brenspeed announces 650 horsepower Roush supercharger package

By - April 17, 2012 – 8:53 amNo Comment | 1,001 views

Brenspeed 650 Horsepower Roush Supercharger Package

Roush’s supercharger system for the 2011+ Mustang’s 5.0L V8 offers an impressive 540 horsepower and 465 lb-ft torque, an improvement of 128 horsepower and 75 lb-ft torque compared to the stock figures. The 2.3-liter TVS supercharger isn’t nearly tapped out at that point, though, leaving room for tuners to step in and increase the boost. That’s where Indiana-based Brenspeed comes in. The performance shop has announced that they have developed a new performance package based around the Roush TVS supercharger system that offers up 650 horsepower  and 585 lb-f torque, nearly doubling the improvement made by the standard Roush system.

Included in the Brenspeed package are all the necessities including a high-flow fuel rail with 47-lb fuel injectors, a twin 60mm throttle body, air-to-water intercooler system, low restriction air induction system, fuel system upgrade, colder spark plugs and more. An SCTX3 tuner is also included with a Brenspeed tune that is proven to be safe and reliable.

You can see more details about the supercharger package as well as a video detailing the upgrades below.

Brenspeed 650R Roush Supercharger Package:

  • ROUSH R2300 TVS supercharger
  • Lower and upper intake manifolds
  • Fuel charging assembly
  • High-flow fuel rail with 47-lb fuel injectors
  • Twin 60mm throttle body
  • Aluminum bifurcated throttle spacer
  • Heavy duty, first sheave FEAD system
  • High capacity and efficiency air-to-water intercooler system
  • High Efficiency, full face intercooler low temp radiator
  • Large capacity intercooler de-gas bottle
  • ROUSH low restriction air induction system
  • All required wiring, brackets, hoses, harnesses, and clamps
  • Fuel System Upgrade
  • Colder Spark Plugs
  • 82mm Pulley with 90mm Idler
  • SCT X3 Tuner

[Source: Brenspeed]




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