2007 GT500 Torch Red/White custom
If I owned a gt350 and had the means I would do this. One awesome machine. 💪
Plenty of supercharged and turbocharged GT350's making 800whp with the stock trans. Over that package though they suggest a T56 upgrade. The little TR3160 is actually pretty strong and more than enough for street duty. In regards to the build number serial plaque, they've built enough of them that it's worth keeping track. Ben has posted photos of up to 6 GT350's in their shop at a time getting one of their kits installed
The 800R package is more of a street package anyway since it's built on the mostly stock long block while the 1000R and up packages get the built engines, transmission swaps, and the move to Motec and are more configured for competition.You know what the Torque rating is for the Stocker right? It's basically Maxed out with Stock Power. Just because there's plenty doesn't mean it's prudent.
That said, if you're just doing the odd highway pull and polishing, it should hold up, for a while.... Fingers Crossed 🤞
Depends on the level of the build and the installer. Roush for instance offers a warranty on their supercharger setups if they're installed at a Ford dealer. Fathouse actually offers a 1 year/12,000 mile warranty on their package cars. Now if you go messing with the tune or swapping parts they'll void the warranty just like Ford will.Ron, I don't doubt that they know what they're doing. Most of the aftermarket companies are quite mechanically competent. That said, I think they push the envelope of what these engines are designed to handle. Think about it. They charge substantial fees to the customer for adding turbo's or superchargers to the cars. What kind of warranty do they provide the customer after the modifications are complete? I don't see much talk on forums about how aftermarket companies backed up or warrantied damage caused when the engine self-destructs. Just saying that they are in business to sell their product and make money. What happens to the customer's cars afterwards doesn't appear to be a cause for great concern. There's always another customer waiting in the wings.