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VMP Tuning offer its Gen2 TVS case for owners of standard 2.3-liter TVS blowers

By Steve Turner

If you own a TVS-supercharged modern Coyote and you were envious of the new VMP Gen2 TVS for GT500s that we tested here, your time has come. Yes, owners of modern 5.0s with early 2.3-liter TVS blowers can now retrofit their existing TVS rotor pack into a Gen2 housing for an affordable upgrade.

If you’ve been following our coverage of VMP Tuning’s latest supercharger offering, the Gen2 TVS, you know this supercharger features a completely revised case designed to more efficiently feed the 2.3-liter TVS rotorpack. Now owners of TVS-supercharged Coyotes can swap their rotors into a Gen2 case and get its benefits for only $1,499.
If you’ve been following our coverage of VMP Tuning’s latest supercharger offering, the Gen2 TVS, you know this supercharger features a completely revised case designed to more efficiently feed the 2.3-liter TVS rotorpack. Now owners of TVS-supercharged Coyotes can swap their rotors into a Gen2 case and get its benefits for only $1,499.

“Gen2 was designed from a clean sheet of paper and the target was to eclipse the factory TVS offering on the ’13-’14 GT500, the most powerful factory Mustang in history,” Justin Starkey, president and owner of VMP Tuning & Superchargers, said.

“… And our Stage 1, 2, and 3 VMP TVS kits for 2011-and-newer 5.0 Mustangs have been wildly successful, with a number of customers running 9-second street cars,” he added. “But, when they got wind of Gen2, they immediately wanted in on the action. So, we developed this retrofit program to support them.”

So, if you own a 2011-and-newer Mustang, Boss 302, or Roush with a TVS blower, you can upgrade to the more efficient Gen2 case for only $1,499, which is about half the price of a fully assembled VMP Gen2 for the GT500.

Here’s a look at the rapid prototype of the VMP Gen2 TVS case. You can see how the back of the case freely feeds air to the TVS rotorpack. Now TVS-blown Coyote owners can swap their 2.3-liter rotor pack right into this case to get an affordable boost in performance.
Here’s a look at the rapid prototype of the VMP Gen2 TVS case. You can see how the back of the case freely feeds air to the TVS rotorpack. Now TVS-blown Coyote owners can swap their 2.3-liter rotor pack right into this case to get an affordable boost in performance.

Sounds pretty great right? Well if you are daunted by the idea of a rotor pack swap, VMP will demonstrate just how easy it is at this year’s Mustang Week. On Friday July 18 at 2 p.m., the VMP staff will perform the retrofit on JLT Performance’s project Mustang—right in the JLT booth at the huge Mustang Week car show!

Who knows? SVTP might even be on hand to cover the swap…

The VMP staff will perform a Gen2 TVS retrofit on the JLT Performance project Mustang Friday July 18 at 2 p.m. in the JLT booth at the Mustang Week car show.

 

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