Tag Archives: Kenne Bell

Video: 4.7 Kenne Bell Vs VMP 2.3 Vs 4.0 Whipple

Under Pressure

One supercharger to rule them all.

By SID297

It’s a war that’s been raging for years, the battle of the Mustang blowers.  Kenne Bell and Whipple are the traditional combatants on the positive displacement side, but VMP has certainly been making waves with their 2.3L TVS units.  It just so happens that SVTP Member 302project posted a video of a 4.0 Whipple powered Boss 302 Vs 4.7 Kenne Bell’s GT500 Vs a 2.3 VMP TVS equipped GT500.

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News: Hurst/Kenne Bell 2017 Mustang

Gold Standard

Hurst and Kenne Bell join forces on a turnkey, 750-horsepower Mustang

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ken Latka/Television Motion Picture Car Club

Performance West Group is the builder of limited runs of Mustangs and other performance vehicles that wear the Hurst brand. This year, the company is offering Mustangs fitted with a Kenne Bell supercharger that delivers 750 horsepower!
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Tech: 732hp Blown 2015 Mustang

Working Out

Boost Works pushes a new GT beyond 700 rwhp with a 3.2-liter Kenne Bell

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Boost Works

For performance enthusiasts, the desire for more power is rarely about need. That desire is all about want. When it comes to bolting on more horsepower, there is no such thing as too much. In fact, what is too much for most people might not be enough for SVTP readers, and that hasn’t changed with the arrival of the 2015 Mustang.
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News: 2015 Shelby Super Snake

The Three Hundred

Shelby American unleashes a new Super Snake based on the 2015 Mustang

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Shelby American

With the demise—or at least hiatus—of Ford’s headlining power-adder Mustang, the Shelby GT500, you might have wondered if we had seen the last Shelby Super Snake for a while. Well, wonder no longer. Shelby American has just pulled the covers off of a next generation Super Snake and it’s based on the everyman’s 2015 Mustang GT—just like the 2015 Shelby GT we recently told you about.
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Tech: Kenne Bell 3.2-liter Mammoth

Super Size

Kenne Bell packs the punch of a bigger blower into its 3.2-liter Mammoth

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Boost Works

Like mobile phones the trajectory of the positive-displacement supercharger development seemed headed toward larger and larger units. However, eventually there are limitations on how much blower you can fit under the hood of a modern Mustang. So, color us intrigued when we learned that Kenne Bell was releasing a new supercharger that would sit between its popular 2.8- and 3.6-liter Mammoth units. Continue reading