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Old 04-05-2014
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Default 2015 Mustang Blower system

Anyone else seen this:

http://www.torquenews.com/106/whippl...00hp-or-beyond

Never used a blower with a drive-shaft before, but have heard mixed things about them.
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Anyone else seen this:

http://www.torquenews.com/106/whippl...00hp-or-beyond

Never used a blower with a drive-shaft before, but have heard mixed things about them.
Whipple is stepping it up lately!
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So, Jason, what are your experiences with the half-shaft drive system? Are they reliable? Is there more drive loss associated to this vs the driect drive? Just out of curiosity, where do the newer Mustangs get the 20 extra ponies from?
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So, Jason, what are your experiences with the half-shaft drive system? Are they reliable? Is there more drive loss associated to this vs the driect drive? Just out of curiosity, where do the newer Mustangs get the 20 extra ponies from?
I personally don't have much experience with the Whipple ' s but one of my techs does have a lot I'll ask him. As far as the extra 20 hp is coming from better flowing heads I'm told by a few ford engineer's.
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