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Old 12-03-2012, 01:33 PM   #15
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Take the turbo route more power and torque. Also for less than upgrading and is reversible and you can just find a shop to add the kit to another car. That's my car in the video up top gotta love boost and high MPG's ^^^^^!! Also everyone loses when it comes to mod dollars. Never seen a used mod go for new prices.
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Go turbo and give the ZL1 a run for it's money. haha
And when your done ask if they where running on all 8 cylinders. I give v8's hell .
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Old 12-03-2012, 05:18 PM   #16
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And when your done ask if they where running on all 8 cylinders. I give v8's hell .
hahahahaha thats great!!!
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:11 PM   #17
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This is the V6 section so the only superchargers available are centrifugal... so it's not going to be "instant power"... boost on a centri comes on very linearly as the RPMs go up...

A properly sized turbo(s) really shouldn't have any lag...

I have owned and driven centrifugal supercharged cars... and now I've got a couple turbo vehicles in the driveway... I would have a hard time going back to a centri...

to OP, we've seen a few guys with STS kits here... most seem to have some issues with the installs and a fair amount of work to get them "right"... Personally I would avoid STS... IMHO...
I agree a proper fit turbo will work better then say a 75 mm bigger is not all that better.
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