I have owned a 2007 Ford 500 SEL since day one (21 miles). It now has 77755 miles on it. I love it, and it has never given me any problems. I would like to increase the HP as it has seemed to fade over the years. Cost is not a problem. Please advise. Thanks.

Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 01:05 AM about the 2007 Ford Five Hundred SEL

Question type: Car Customization

Would like to improve HP and reduce lag time between accelerator pedal and engine response -
everything else is great (like new).

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Cost is not a problem? Oh, boy! Check out: http://nautilusperformance.com/automotive-performance-parts-overview ..for a supercharger kit for beginners

Then take a look at: http://www.moranav6racing.com/category.html?CategoryID=36..lots of cool stuff they have

I didn't mean 'supercharger kit for beginners' like you are you don't know what you are doing, that didn't come out right..To begin, check out....that's better

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Would any of the "SHO" parts fit or maybe a engine transplant? A supercharger would give plenty of power. It doesn't have the lag of a turbocharger and it has a high "cool" factor.

buy a real muscle car, not a Taurus boat under a different name. BTW for all you supercharger fans... if you know what you're doing you'll install a turbo timer/antilag, also turbos are better than superchargers in one way. you can control your boost a lot better.... happy racing!!;;

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