Q: How much is it to add the 4×4 to the truck?
A: 4×4 in any truck typically adds about $5,ooo, however from the factory most trucks are optioned with some added equipment which means we’ll need to find a specific truck to customize your quote.
Q: Can I finance through my own Credit Union?
A: By all means, you can bring your own financing, but sometimes it makes it easier to do everything in house, so if we can meet or beat your rate – we’d hope you’d let us do so and save you some time and money. NOTE: Many credit unions and banks don’t allow for the kind of add-ons we do, and may not be competitive with our financing companies who allow a higher loan to value (LTV).
Q: How fast can I get my Supercharged vehicle?
A: Most of our builds are about a month out. While the builds themselves may only take a week or two, we typically have 10-20 builds in process. The faster we get the paperwork done, the faster we find you an available lift to put it on and get the work begun.
Q: How much is shipping?
A: Once you have your build ready and given it to a Product Specialist, he can get a quote for shipping to your Zipcode.
Q: Are your horsepower numbers “Wheel” horsepower?
A: We advertise “Crank” horsepower, as those numbers come directly from the respective manufacturers of the equipment we put on the vehicles. NOTE: Wheel horsepower can vary by heat, dyno type, transmission and there’s obvious parasitic loss from a variety of those factors.
Q: How much does the Mustang GT weigh?
A: The GT can weigh between 3532 and 3852 depending on the options.
Q: Why doesn’t my customized quote match up to the internet price on your site?
A: Rebates and taxes are subject to where you title your vehicle. Our internet pricing is localized to Ford’s Cincinnati Sales Region.
Q: Do you have the vehicles already upgraded, so I can come and drive one?
A: All our vehicles, other than Serialized ROUSH, RTR or Shelby Mustangs and F-150’s are upgraded post-title, meaning we don’t put a wrench to a bolt until you own the vehicle.
Q: What’s the advantage of 4WD vs 2WD when supercharging a truck?
A: 4WD will offer more control and versatility on the road or track where as 2WD can pose its own challenges to someone who plans to drive the truck and a variety of climates.
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