In this video we dyno tune a 2012 Ford F150 5.0L with a Roush Supercharger kit and test a CFM Performance Twin 67mm Polished Billet Aluminum Throttle Body.
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    • Bill Peirce
      Bill Peirce

      Very nice.
      Fun fun

      about 1 year ago
    • Jesse LaBelle
      Jesse LaBelle

      How much boost were you running at this time? Stock engine besides supercharger and full exhaust?

      about 2 years ago
    • Devin Sims
      Devin Sims

      I have a 2014 rt570 I was wondering what traction bars y'all were using and wheels?

      about 2 years ago
    • Devin Sims
      Devin Sims In reply to Devin Sims

      were there any other mods besides the trac bars, throttle body, and tune?

      about 2 years ago
    • MPT Performance
      MPT Performance In reply to Devin Sims

      Traction bars ar Caltracs by Calvert Racing. Not sure on the wheels, the customer brought us the truck with those already on there. http://www.morepowertuning.com/CRS-7300-caltrac

      about 2 years ago
    • Doyle Hargraves
      Doyle Hargraves

      Jesus.... that sounded SWEET

      about 3 years ago
    • HvyMetal4Ever
      HvyMetal4Ever

      Well, I know who I'm going to when I build my F150 sport truck. That thing is nasty!

      about 3 years ago
    • SlowFiveOh
      SlowFiveOh

      Is that a VMP elbow on there?

      about 3 years ago
    • SlowFiveOh
      SlowFiveOh In reply to SlowFiveOh

      +MPT Performance Tune required for the TB/elbow?

      about 3 years ago
    • MPT Performance
      MPT Performance In reply to SlowFiveOh

      +SlowFiveOh This truck eventually was upgraded to include a VMP supercharger housing and elbow, but that's not seen in this video.

      about 3 years ago
    • Johnny 1ders
      Johnny 1ders

      test drove one of those 2015 aluminium ecoboosts today . I am conflicted .....until i saw this . much cheaper than buying a new truck . I love my 2012 5.0 I must do this to it.

      about 4 years ago
    • Rich Marks
      Rich Marks In reply to Johnny 1ders

      @Johnny 1ders how come you want to jump in a category you have nothing in I was wondering about a 5.0 coyote tour talking about a dumbass ecoboost

      about 3 months ago
    • aaron monke
      aaron monke In reply to Johnny 1ders

      it's still a lot of money and dyno time to make it run right, idk man, superchargers can only pull boost as long as the crank is turning but once peak operating ranges approach the blower starts costing power and is generating alot of heat. this will cause oil vapors to travel back in the blower for that mill does not have a oil separator either, the powerplant plant was not made to handle boost so alot supporting modifications have to be made to have a proper reliable mill, head gaskets could potentially blow out because of the increased atmospheric pressure is being introduced in the head. besides it's a high static compression engine where boost will be low, most likely under driven pulley 5~8 psi tops would be my guess for safe engine longevity there is a vikings player who supercharged his rig at a ford I worked for, I talked to the mechanic who did the work. it ran okay it really needs new slugs and stronger valve components (stronger larger surface rollers, hardened seats and springs) but here in lies more issues of having to balance your valves for all these new valve upgrades might be grams to heavy ect ect. do you get where I'm going. or you could get an ecoboost motor that's already and built for boost and has a huge aftermarket and ford racing support.... it's up to you, blowers were great in the beginning of automotive performance. but they were designed for industrial perposes like mine shaft ventilation or early engine's where the blower is only spinning 100 rpm, it was not till after the war we saw aircraft mechanics and pilots install superchargers on there drag cars but these were centrifugal or very inefficient roots designs from aforementioned industrial age. variable displacement pumps or turbos are far more effective at producing boost and don't cause parasitic power losses. food for thought

      about 3 years ago
    • TheMeanmarine13
      TheMeanmarine13 In reply to Johnny 1ders

      @2rcnuts well the bike HAS to be loud haha. Yeah it performs great for a de-tuned mustang motor, has some grunt to it for sure. 

      about 3 years ago
    • Johnny 1ders
      Johnny 1ders In reply to Johnny 1ders

      that coyote sure does a good job I thought I might miss mine (had a magnaflo exhaust on it sounded amazing) but I feel that I didn't give up any power and enjoying a quiet ride. my other ride is an ignorantly loud motorcycle.

      about 3 years ago
    • TheMeanmarine13
      TheMeanmarine13 In reply to Johnny 1ders

      @2rcnuts Damn haha, someone's done their homework. It sounds like Ford put a lot of thought into this. I absolutely love my 5.0 though. I didn't think I would like it at first after owning an 01 lightning and 03 cobra previously but it's 4x4 is very capable in our severe winters up here. Not to mention the bigger cabs on the super crew keeps my kids at bay and out of smacking range in the back hahaha My 2010 XLT just didn't have enough ass pulling my trailer. The 4x4 shift on the fly came in handy though.

      about 3 years ago
    • Roush2012
      Roush2012

      Hey I to have a 2012 f150 5.0 with a Roush supercharger, cold air intake, and exhaust. On my Dyno run I hit 485 hp and 495 ft. I was hoping you could advise me off what the next step should be to build an amazing truck such as yours. I Also have serious traction issues on the track, my best run was 14.2@103 mph. That was in 2wd. Do you launch in 4hi, and if so how is your transfer case holding up? Thank you, Ken

      about 4 years ago
    • MPT Performance
      MPT Performance In reply to Roush2012

      @Roush2012 Shoot us an email. sales@morepowertuning.com

      about 4 years ago
    • Roush2012
      Roush2012 In reply to Roush2012

      @MPT Performance Thank you. At the drag strip did you launch the truck in 4 high? I can't seem to hook off the line and blow out my tires. With my rwh and trap speed I should be running 13s? Again thanks for your help.

      about 4 years ago
    • MPT Performance
      MPT Performance In reply to Roush2012

      @Roush2012 The truck in this video made 465hp and 420tq on the Roush Stage 2 kit and Roush's tune. Once we got our hands on it, we had it pushing 554hp and 542tq, along with much improved drivability and shifting. That was just programming. It's something we can do here on our dyno in Longwood, FL or over email if you're patient enough for multiple tune revisions and datalogging. After that, you may want to consider addressing the engine internals before pushing it further.

      about 4 years ago
    • mikesanto70
      mikesanto70

      662 rwhp!!!!  Holy Shit............That thing must haul ASS!!! Sounds killer too!! Imagine a Reg Cab Short bed!!!  How many psi and is that the TVS 2300? Do a 2015 with 2.9 whipple!!

      about 4 years ago
    • Guns Cars and Digits
      Guns Cars and Digits In reply to mikesanto70

      +TheMeanmarine13
      New. Build your own feature on Ford's website.

      about 3 years ago
    • TheMeanmarine13
      TheMeanmarine13 In reply to mikesanto70

      +Guns Cars and Digits new or used? Every truck I looked at started around 40k for the cheaper trim levels. The Mustang GT's were high 30's low 40's. The one I bought stickered 51k before all the rebates and X plan discounts. Flipping ridiculous these days.

      about 3 years ago
    • Guns Cars and Digits
      Guns Cars and Digits In reply to mikesanto70

      @mikesanto70
      I was super close to getting a 2015 sierra 5.3, until I saw this. RCSB, XL trim level, white with the black front end. 17" steelies painted black, with chrome beauty rings. Aluminum body. Cheapest horsepower per dollar. $26K. A mustang is about 33K, so once you do 7K for a supercharger, you're at 33K for over 600hp. Cheap pickup truck insurance. Never gets stolen.

      about 3 years ago
    • Dan
      Dan

      Where can I purchase the F150 front quarter panel badge with Roush inside instead of "fx4" or "xlt" etc.?

      about 4 years ago
    • Orlando Ortiz
      Orlando Ortiz

      how much do you have invested on this truck

      about 4 years ago
    • Anthony Pollina
      Anthony Pollina

      hey what rear end is in that?

      about 4 years ago
    • cesarc9276
      cesarc9276

      wow

      about 4 years ago