2012 SVTPP with a heavy dose of 2013 components
.This has been pushed around on the forum a whole bunch but while upgrading from the VMP 67 I bought 2 Brand New FRPP Mono's that could not be tuned by two different Mustang Shops or Lund. In essence I had 3 useless base tunes.
I shipped one FRPP Mono to Accufab where it spent two weeks bench tested. After telephone discussions with an Accufab Tech the company owner called me at home to tell me he even baked the FRPP TB at 260 degrees to simulate engine temps before bench testing . Accufab concluded my FRPP TB Mono was perfect But...after reloading each of the 3 Mono blade base tunes there was still zero street driveability. I was no longer able to chase the 20rwhp FRPP Mono gain.
No, KB uses a different bolt pattern on their throttle bodies. You either need a KB supercharger, or an adapter for your standard throttle body bolt pattern. Someone makes an elbow for the Trinity supercharger with the KB bolt pattern.I looked at Kenne bells website and they recommend the 168 kb mono is for 800whp+ ..how does it run overall and does it fit stock 2.3
.Here's my big long boring story on this one singular mono blade topic . Uugh......
From my 2017 conversations with Accufab they made TB's for Ford, Mopar& more.
In 2017, FRPP Tech also told me they were also in discussion with Accufab about the failure of Cobra Jet's TB on GT500's. FRPP Tech told me they were researching the ECU issues with an experimental Mustang GT.
Yet there were and are still guys here on the forum who have tuners with no such problems. God bless those tuners !