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[Alloytec] Blown SIDI.

Discussion in 'V6 Development And Modification' started by Richo101, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. Richo101

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    Hey guys.

    I'm new to this forum but having looked at it a few times before becoming a member I've found it very informative. What I'm wondering is; has anyone developed a supercharger kit for the 3.6 SIDI? I have a 2010 Series II SV6 and I like the power it has already but I think super 6's are awesome... That said, if a kit hasn't been fully developed I'm more than happy to offer my car up for development.

    Thanks guys.

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    Raptor superchargers (sponsors on this forum) offer a kit i think... contact them and see what they have to say
     
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    Thanks guys. I know that raptor is based over east, but CAPA is right around the corner from me.

    Just for clarification, is the 3.6 Alloytech the same as the 3.6 SIDI?

    Thanks for your help guys.
     
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    not sure on that i think its the same engine but some different internals best thing to do is ring CAPA
     
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    The SIDI is slightly different internals im pretty sure... I think its something to do with the injectors and some other stuff
     
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    Thanks for the replies guys,

    I know that CAPA have a kit for the Alloytech, but not the SIDI that I know of. As I said, I'm more than happy to have my car developed on so that's not a big issue.

    Thanks again.

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    Always thought the SIDI were a 3.0L.
     
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    The Omega has a 3.0 but the SV6 is a 3.6.

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    Talk to astroham on here, he has toyed with the idea on his SIDI SV6 for quite awhile. Think ontop of the Supercharger itself, you will need an injector swap, tune and some other small bits. Probably a stronger trans too. Contact Mace (sponsor on here) and he will probs be able to help tune it.
     

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