Product highlights for the 2018-2019 ROUSH F-150 Supercharger Kit - Phase 1 - 650 HP:
Fits all 2018-2019 F150 5.0L V8 (all trim levels, cab configs & wheelbases)
ROUSH/Ford Performance TVS R2650 Phase 1 Supercharger System
Produces 650 HP & 610 ft-lbs (+255 HP & +210 ft-lbs over stock)
Features R2650 rotating assembly along with newly-designed, high-flowing front inlet and outlet ports that greatly enhance thermal and volumetric efficiency across the entire RPM range
Custom, all-aluminum high efficiency intercooler and low temperature radiator along with high capacity degas bottle provides substantial cooling technology
170 degree twist (vs. 160 on previous 2300)
Better sealing with optimized Length-over-Depth ratio
Increased durability with bigger bearings and thicker timing gears
Pressure relief ports in bearing plate for reduced input power
Fuel charging assembly with ROUSH-designed upper and lower aluminum intake manifolds
Heavy-duty, first sheave FEAD system reduces stress on the engine
High-flow induction system with larger throttle body provides increased air flow
ROUSH Performance calibration included (to be downloaded using the ROUSH RDT software – see details below)
Includes all necessary installation hardware
Warranty included when installed by Ford dealer or an Automotive Service Excellence-certified technician
ROUSH Performance and Ford performance have developed this industry-leading calibrated supercharger system. Boosting performance to 650 horsepower for the 2018-2019 Ford F-150 5.0L V8, the ROUSH 2.65L Phase 1 Calibrated Supercharger Kit is part of the TVS (Twin Vortices Series) line of superchargers developed by ROUSH Performance, raising the bar for performance and reliability. Eaton’s TVS technology rotating assembly delivers more power and better fuel economy in a highly-engineered package, and is part of the same line that has been used and proven for years in ROUSH-built Ford Mustangs.
The ROUSH R2650 TVS supercharger is a roots-type positive displacement supercharger that features twin four-lobe rotors that are twisted 170-degrees. By comparison, the original Eaton supercharger rotating assembly featured three lobes twisted 60-degrees. The fourth lobe and the added twist, provides a long list of benefits including: greatly enhanced thermal efficiency, higher volumetric capacity, higher operating speeds, a smoother, more efficient flow of air into the engine, and improved noise and vibration characteristics. Unlike turbocharging, the ROUSH R2650 TVS supercharger provides instant throttle response and can generate increased power through the engine's entire power band.
Great so far, not too worried about top speed limiter, due to its a pickup at stock height. Overall I’m satisfied with the product. I waited just over 10 months and it was well worth the wait. (Posted on 9/23/2018)
We built one of the first 2018 Ford F150's for SEMA, and it was equipped with the ROUSH Supercharger. We loved it as we drove back to LA from SEMA, but last week things changed to a whole new level. The guys from RPG in SoCal installed the updated ROUSH calibration for us, and the F150 went from cool to WOW and it is awesome to drive. The power, the throttle response, the overall feel of the truck's performance is exactly what we envisioned when we built our F150 for Ford and SEMA. This was our first Ford build with a ROUSH supercharger, and we are extremely happy with the kit, and how it performs. We are ROUSH fans for life! (Posted on 9/19/2018)
Nice but I expected more. It handles low speed and driving around at low to moderate speed nicely. Quality appears great. Very little supercharger noise. It's fast but not as much as I expected. I traded a 2014 GT with minor bolt ons. This does not appear as quick, though I have no time slips yet. The Roush tune as installed does not appear to remove the speed limiter. Overall a great product. just somewhat disappointing in speed for this vehicle. This is on a 10 spd auto. In fairness, former vehicles have been manuals. It just doesn't feel like the beast I expected. (Posted on 9/7/2018)
Flying low was a tactic we used in avoiding ground fire on recon missions. Get fast and low was quite the speed sensation. My Lightning Tribute f150 Rouch supercharged truck feels almost the same plus it's a excellent antidepressant with no drugs involved and free of charge!
(Posted on 8/21/2018)
So far this thing performs really well, just took it on a 200mile trip, averaged 19mpg (on dash) with my crewcab STX (4x4, 6.5’ bed, 3.31 gears) Dyno 500/502, believe they dyno mid day in humid mid 80s temp. Expected to see higher dyno numbers, Even though, it has a completely different feel! (Posted on 8/6/2018)