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For most people, the 6.2-liter V8 with 411 horsepower in the Ford SVT Raptor is plenty. Others, like our own Jeremy Korzenewski, who said as much in his recent review of the Raptor, think that it still needs more power. The solution? ProCharger, a Kansas-based company that has been adding forced induction to just about everything under the sun for the last 16 years, has developed a range of centrifugal supercharger systems for the Raptor good for up to 600 horsepower on pump gas. The 5.4 guys haven't been left out either, with a 505-horsepower system available for the smaller V8.

Each of the packages includes ProCharger's self-contained supercharger, a front-mounted air-to-air intercooler, larger fuel injectors and new programming for the engine's computer. ProCharger says that the engine bay maintains an OEM appearance (it actually looks quite a bit better in our opinion), and that the blower easily fits underneath the stock hood. Pricing starts $5,446 for a tune-it-yourself kit for the 5.4-liter V8 while the full system for the 6.2-liter V8 will run you $6,496. Hit the jump for official details in the press release.



[Source: ProCharger]

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Building on their 16+ year history and expertise in supercharging Ford engines, ProCharger is proud to announce availability of High Output Intercooled Supercharger System and Tuner Kit for 5.4L and 6.2L Ford F-150 SVT Raptor trucks. Both the 100 percent complete HO Intercooled System and Tuner Kit are available now through ProCharger dealers across the US and Canada.

Utilizing the patented and proven, self-contained ProCharger centrifugal supercharger making 8-9 psi of boost, both the 5.4L 3V and 6.2L engines respond very well to ProCharger's intercooled forced-induction solution. Using a ProCharger D-1SC supercharger and large, front-mounted air-to-air intercooler, 6.2L Raptors make more than 600 horsepower and outstanding torque on high quality pump gas, while Raptors equipped with the 5.4L 3V engine use a P-1SC-1 supercharger to produce more than 500 horsepower.

Thanks to the proven supercharger drive system, highly efficient supercharger compressor design and effective, air-to-air intercooler system, ProCharger produces the largest, most reliable power gains in the industry.

The HO Intercooled System and Tuner Kit are designed to be installed onto a completely stock engine and require absolutely no internal engine modifications or changes to the stock exhaust system. And like all ProCharger supercharger systems and tuner kits fit under the stock hood. Both the P-1SC-1 and D-1SC superchargers are available with a helical gearset option for reduced supercharger noise levels.

The HO Intercooled System comes 100% complete, including the industry-leading ProCharger self-contained supercharger, air-to-air intercooler, intercooler tubing, brackets, larger fuel injectors, ProFlow bypass valve and computer programmer. Systems for the 6.2L Raptor utilize 60 lb/hr injectors whereas ProCharger systems for the 5.4L 3V Raptor engine come with 39 lb/hr injectors. Thanks to the industry's coolest charge air temperatures, the unmatched power gains are delivered with maximum reliability and everyday driveability.

ProCharger Tuner Kits

The HO Intercooled Tuner Kit is identical to the complete system, but omits fuel injectors and computer programming and requires post-installation calibration by a qualified tuner. Higher boost and power levels are available for modified engines.

ProCharger HO Intercooled System Highlights:

* D-1SC (6.2L) or P-1SC-1 (5.4L 3V) ProCharger self-contained supercharger (helical gearset available for noise reduction)
* Large, front mounted air-to-air intercooler (fits behind stock grill)
* Outstanding OE underhood appearance
* Fits under stock hood
* Forward-facing supercharger air inlet for maximum exposure to incoming air
* No trimming to factory components

ProCharger Boost and Power


* Boost: 8-9 psi
* HP (6.2L): 600+
* HP (5.4L 3V): 505+
* Power Gains: 50-60% on otherwise stock engines
* 91 octane fuel required

ProCharger Suggested Pricing:


HO Intercooled System, 6.2L Raptor: MSRP: $6,496
HO Intercooled Tuner Kit, 6.2L Raptor: MSRP: $5,646
HO Intercooled System, 5.4L Raptor: MSRP: $5,996
HO Intercooled Tuner Kit, 5.4L Raptor: MSRP: $5,446


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Stupid question maybe, but can you have a supercharger and use it for towing? Or will it get too hot? Want Raptor (who doesn't? 6.2 would have plenty I'm thinking) but have an 08 XLT and it could sure use about another 150+ hp or so. If I don't upgrade...I was thinking supercharger...but will I blow it up?
        • 4 Years Ago
        I think he's more interested in whether or not towing with the supercharger would cause fiery death for the engine internals, the transmission or rear end, or the supercharger itself.

        To the OP, towing increases the strain on all drivetrain components, and putting an extra 100+ HP and torque through the transmission and rear end could cause heat issues that might cause premature wear and failure.
        • 4 Years Ago
        The problem isn't the engine...its the truck itself. Adding a supercharger increases HP and some torque, but the truck won't be able to benefit if the springs, rear end, frame, etc, aren't optimized for towing heavy loads. A supercharger isn't going to do a thing to change that so no, a supercharger won't provide any towing advantage.

        • 4 Years Ago
        the nice thing about all ProCharer setups is the intercooler. so even hauling something, it will keep the temps down dramatically.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I like it. This makes up for the post on the Cal Volt and the bed wetters (Barry's term) worried because the Volt does not make the HOA lane...
      • 4 Years Ago
      Hm, so they finally jazzed it up
      • 4 Years Ago
      too bad the tranny will be turned into shrapnel.....
      • 4 Years Ago
      ....It's like giving a sledgehammer a carbon fiber handle.

      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow, $6500 is a bit steep for a supercharger kit.
        • 4 Years Ago
        The street price for a P1SC Procharger kit intended for a standard 5.4L F-150 is right around $4600. This Raptor kit is very likely to be in that same range once the dust settles. Their intercooler and attendant plumbing is some nice bling, but adds significant cost, and is not absolutely needed if boost were kept down to the 6~8 psi range (which would still be worth 75~90hp and cost $1000 less). Still, I applaud the company for bringing this kit to market; it will be a nice alternative to the more expen$ive positive displacement blowers, and turbo setups.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Now this makes far more sense than the turbo-kit Hennessey put out. I'm thankful some tuners have the mind to pay attention to the purpose of this vehicle instead of bolting a pair of turbos directly BEHIND the front bumper (to be first inline to meet any frontal impact). This would be a great kit I'd consider mounting to a Raptor... if I owned this truck.