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New Product: Vortech Maxflow Carbon Fiber Cold Air Intake for the Shelby GT500

By - September 3, 2010 – 7:15 amNo Comment | 1,257 views

Vortech Maxflow Shelby GT500 Cold Air Intake

Vortech has added to the successful line of Maxflow products by releasing the new Maxflow Power Pack for the 5.4L Shelby GT500. Developed for use with the OEM GT500 supercharger, throttle body, crank pulley, and fuel injectors, the Maxflow Power Pack provides a boost increase of ~4psi, and increases of 80-100+rwhp and 50-70+rwtq from the factory OEM supercharger pulley and air box combination.

Kit Content and Features:

  • 123mm billet aluminum MAF Housing (Vortech P/N 8A003-111)
  • High flow air filter (6″ diameter flange x 9″ length)
  • 5″ silicone sleeves (matte black exterior) with appropriate stainless hose clamps
  • Black powder coated aluminum heat shield/MAF mount
  • High-quality 100% carbon fiber composite inlet duct (Vortech P/N 4LFR112-020)
    – Integrated breather and bypass fittings designed to mate up with OEM hoses
  • Auxiliary supercharger drive idler assembly
    – Additional idler provides increased belt wrap and stability
    – Idler position offer a wide range of adjustability
    – Billet Amuminum idler (dual bearings), mounting plate, and spacers
    – Allows for re-use of OEM length supercharger drive belt
  • Replacement supercharger drive pulley (Vortech P/N 4LFR031-265-01)
    – 2.65″ effective diamater
    – OEM fit and quality
  • Re-usable tool set
    – For removal of OEM Ford pulley and installation of replacement Vortech pulley
  • SCT ECU re-flash tool (Vortech P/N 5A003-062)
    – Pre-loaded with a safe, reliable calibration developed to work specifically with the Vortech supplied pulley, MAF and inlet components. Calibrations for both 91 and 93 octane fuel are loaded into the tool.

[Source: Vortech]




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