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opinions on supercharger kits

Matts-97vs

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what are your opinions on a s/c kit for my v6?
im not too fussed on a budget, just looking for a kit that could give me good gains..
any ideas?

and before anyone says buy a v8, i like my six so it aint gunna happen ahaha

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i have looked around a bit on here
but i havent really found anything really appealing..
what stage is your kit? whats it like?
 

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The best value supercharger kit for the VS is the L67 kit.
 

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L67 is the motor the Eaton M90 Is the supercharger kit that is on it :p
 

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heya mate i was thinking about doing the same thing to my V6 , but its a tad on the expensive side so im saving for my V8 =) but you can find some genuine or aftermarket ones in the paper if u look hard enough
 

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I have one for sale champ , pm me if interested .

Its a Powerdyne/ CAPA one
 

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what kind of gains are you looking for?

i would personally go for a positive displacement charger over a centrifugal.

if i was going to do it i would either put an L67 in or get the top end from an L67 and put it on your bottom end. from there you can go to an M112 or a whipple if you want more power.
 

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Buy a complete l67 you'll flog any of those chargers listed with not much effort. and it'll only cost about 3 grand all up

Best going whole l67 as they got a stronger bottom end.
 

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well im on my p plates so not so much gains that ill get yellow stickered.. just kidding.
you know we all want the most power we can have, id be happy with high 100rwkw's or possibly 200rwkw? (im a dreamer)

i heard that it isnt legal to put an older motor into a newer car (correct me if im wrong)
 
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