There is a shop by where I live that sells the jackson racing supercharger for svtf for $2749. Just seeing if that sounds like the right price for these. It does not have bbk
Hmm I have PC 8PSI unit on my SVT for 2 years not a single problem with PC, and I spent $1500 on used unitgmanj23, the price is right on the money if the kit is new and complete. I would take a JRSC over a Procharger any day of the week and here is why. I installed a used (5,000 mi) JRSC two years ago, added the BBK at install because it included a tune from Ford Racing. The total cost of this project was $2300 and I have not had a single problem or any additional maintenance. I have put about 30,000 miles on my car since adding the JRSC and to this day I have never had to pull the factory sparkplugs for any reason, not even to regap them.
Some people don`t think that adding 70 hp is much but I think that a 50% increase is substantial. It is not the most powerful power adder but it is reliable and a 215 hp focus is a hell of a lot of fun to drive.
Why BS ? Do you think I will take my car overseas if I have problems with it ? I bought it on ebay..overbid turbotom that time ;-) Installed it myself in parking spot (therefore as you mentioned aligmend issue after initial start up...solved next day), splash guard is still on. Will be doing clutch/fly/LSD next monthI`m gonna call BS on this one. PC installed, tuned and driven 2 years without a problem for $1500, I don`t think so.
I never had any of those problems you talk about. Have you had a Procharger on your car? Oil change was easy and never had any belt slippage. If you do it right and take care of it you'll never have any issues with it. I'm guessing you're not speaking from experience.If making bigger numbers on a dyno is your primary goal then get a Procharger. The problem with the PC is that it is not well suited for daily driving, just ask any former owner. The PC requires maintenance every 5,000 miles and is a pita due to location of the unit. The location of the unit causes other issues during inclement weather, like belt slippage because the factory splash guard had to be removed and cannot be put back on. The PC is notorious for alignment issues that cause premature belt wear and unit failure.
The one thing that is common to most PC owners, they don`t keep them very long. So in conclusion, if you want to be afraid to drive your car cross country then buy a Procharger.