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Old 05-09-2013, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Best blower for stock motor

Well basically I'm wanting to start saving next winter I'll install it I want to do a blower I'm looking at anything now Paxton,vortech,kenne bell, tork tech I was leaning towards twin screw but now I'm up in the air I'd like 350+ rw I'm gonna do 3.73s and rebuild rearend soon i want a low 12s high 11s any ideas I kinda wana go brand new but I'd consider used if anyone's gonna be upgrading soon, looking for input on what will be better
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:43 AM   #2
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:59 AM   #3
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There are lots of options and opinions out there and while they all make power and a roughly in the same price range they all suit different needs, so that is ultimately your decision.

If your goal is low 12's high 11's there will be more to it than just slapping a blower on it and going, especially if the power numbers are under 400, but with the right supporting mods and setup it is definitely doable.

If I were just starting out again I would definitely look into buying what they refer to as a "tuner kit," this will come with just the supercharger and main components for a cheaper price and you will then add your own fuel pump, injectors, MAF, intercooler, etc to the mix. This way you're not spending top dollar for a full kit where in most cases you'll be either upgrading the pump and using a BAP, as well as upgrading the injectors and MAF as you make more power. If you're not concerned with growing into more power (which I don't think goes for anyone) then a full kit is fine as you won't need to upgrade these other components.
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:16 AM   #5
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I'm thinking of buying the v-1 s trim kit I found them pretty cheap summit has them on sale for 3k, or for 3600 I could get the v-3 witch is better idk about the self oiled but the idea seems good, I think 350 rw and lightning the car up tubular k and stuff and sticky tires low 12s high 11s should be right there, I've seen 300 horse fox body's go low 12s
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:22 AM   #6
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I just ordered the V1 s trim kit shou be here next week, got hood painted too
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Old 05-11-2013, 05:37 PM   #7
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My 2 cents...

I think when it comes to a supercharger, it is a matter of personal choice and experience.

My choice (not necessarily yours) is a Procharger..

I'll explain why...

If your on a budget (like most of us are/have been) a person could pick up a P1-Sc or even a D1-SC kit used on any one of the forums for about $1500 to $2000.

With a P1-sc with 8LBS boost (the most that I would run on a stock bottom end using either head unit) and supporting mods such as dual fuel pumps, injectors, calibrated mass air, and Over Drive pulley (preferably 10%)and throttle body you could reach 400 to the rear wheel.

The reason why I mentioned a D1-SC is because you can run that with a 3.85 pulley or even a 4.00 pulley (but have room to grow into should you build or buy a upgraded bottom end)

From my experience. depending on your complete mod list that is relative to supporting rwhp and rwtq making 400 to the rw is going to run you in the ball park of about $4,000 (used parts) to $7,000 (new parts)

There are a few things that you can do on your own that I could teach you if you do not already know yourself in order to save labor cost.

Once again I do not know of your current build, but If you'd like some help. I "been there" feel free to text me 860-777-7878..
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:07 PM   #8
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When I got the money saved up I'd love to find a procharger for 1500-2000 I'm not looking for anything crazy really just want 350+ rw I'm gonna start by doing the rearend it's acting like its in need of a rebuild and 3.73s I'm gonna get my car running at peak for the set up it has now I feel it should run better, then before next season I hope to have boost
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:24 PM   #9
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Good deal... That's the correct direction...

You can find a procharger all day for those prices. One other thing is; if you do buy used, besure to get some sort of documentation of the history of the procharger head unit.

Ask for the serial number on the head unit.
Procharger keeps a history on every supercharger that goes in and out of that place.

If the unit has a history and been through procharger, you can decide based on the history pf the unit if its worth it or not.

Also, if you don't have one already, take a look at the cobra 31 spline difererantial.. It's rebuildable and pretty stout..

Anyway good luck with your build
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:32 PM   #10
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I went the turbo route. Stock lower end and heads with only a set of blower
Cams. I'm only making 373/393 on 6psi because I was at the max for my fuel pump. My best on stock rear suspension was 12.1 in the 1/4. Now I have a new pump and I am bumping up to 8-9psi. Should make 400 maybe more easily. Def a high 11s year
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Old 05-12-2013, 04:36 PM   #11
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well i made a discorvery today both my headgaskets are weeping down the block and i seem to have blow by 112k i know it wasnt treated well so oh well, so now im definitly back to mark viii swapping it im going to pick up a cheap 98 mark viii motor from the junk yard clean it all up do cobra manifolds and intake, the 98 mark viii motor is cop so i can use my harness, im gonna rebuild my rearend with 3.73s and just pound my motor this summer asis.
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