View Full Version : SS looking for a good deal on a Supercharger!!
07-24-2003, 11:25 AM
I have a SS Camaro looking into a supercharger.. saw one for $4,500. but was wondering where i could get a kit cheeper than that if anyone has info it would be cool.
My car is about 370hp now i am guessing that if i got a SC it would be 550+ that would kick total ass!! then i grab up some nitrous and i got myself a stang raper!
Thanks for any info.
07-24-2003, 02:27 PM
what mods do you have? if you still have stock bottom end dont bump the boost to high. you will be on borrowed time! my buddy did this to his ride and i wasnt to impressed. i ve seen 3 ati kits and i really was disapointed.but anyways, he got his at speed inc for 4250.00 i believe.
07-25-2003, 07:22 PM
I got a aftermarket subframe on it so i guess it would be ok. and aftermarket B&B duel stainless steel exhaust and headers so i could run some good boost as im told... got strut tower bracer,and a hpp3 programable chip. not really stock =)
08-12-2003, 10:24 AM
looking for a deal check out www.ebay.com look in the auto parts area
08-12-2003, 02:08 PM
steve can answer all your questions and has some good prices on prochargers and other performance parts
08-26-2003, 03:08 AM
Question with a Supercharger what kind of boost can yu run if you run twin inercoolers? 8-9 pounds? What do you guys think about the procharger? Do they produce more power than vortech ?
09-18-2003, 11:49 AM
yes, honda dream. You can run safely more boost with intercooling but I believe you can purchase intercoolers for vortech's also. 8-9 is pretty high, so you better have higher flow elect. fuel pump, ignition box(MSD BTM or something like it), 6 is about the safe limits on non intercooled set ups. I think I am going to buy a powerdyne for the ease of install and simplicity(belt driven internals vs. gear driven like the other brands-they are almost 1000 bucks cheaper but I am only looking at the baby ones 4.5-6pound powerdynes. ATI prochargers claim more power and seem to be a popular product/vortech has been around forever though-tough call. Flip a coin. lol.
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