Ford Mustang Power Boost: Supercharger Kit Unleashes 810 HP

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Similar to General Motors, Ford Motor Company has imposed restrictions on aftermarket tuning for the 2024 model year Mustang. However, enthusiasts seeking more power can still enhance their Mustangs to produce a staggering 810 horsepower using a supercharger kit from Ford Performance.

Listed under part number M-6066-M8800 on the Ford Performance division’s website, this kit comes at a retail price of $9,995 and features a Whipple-supplied blower. Alongside the 3.0-liter supercharger, the kit includes a 92-millimeter throttle body akin to the S550-gen Shelby GT500, a dual pass intercooler, and cold spark plugs.

Compatible with both the Dark Horse and GT variants, regardless of the exhaust system or transmission type, the supercharger kit also incorporates GT500-style port fuel injectors. It comes with engine control unit calibration and a Tomahawk calibration delivery tool.

Ford Performance recommends using 91-plus octane fuel for optimal performance, aligning with the high-performance nature of the V8 engine.

Backed by a three-year/36,000-mile (60,000 kilometers) warranty when installed by a Ford retailer or ASE-certified technician, this kit ensures peace of mind for enthusiasts seeking enhanced performance.

Whipple also offers the sixth-generation blower as a standalone item, promising up to 810 horsepower in Stage 1 configuration or 855 horsepower in Stage 2. The supercharger inlet, measuring 120 millimeters, is compatible with various throttle body sizes.

In terms of torque, owners can expect a substantial increase, reaching 615 pound-feet (834 Nm) with the 92-millimeter throttle body. Notably, the 10-speed automatic transmission in the 2024 Mustang handles up to 800 Nm (590 pound-feet) of torque, while the heavy-duty 10R140 transmission in trucks can withstand up to 1,627 Nm (1,200 pound-feet).

Looking ahead, the 2025 model year is expected to introduce the Mustang GTD, boasting over 800 horsepower from a 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine.

This powerplant, likely shared with the 2026 model year Shelby GT500, hints at further advancements in Mustang performance, potentially featuring a double-clutch transmission.

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