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Old 12-04-2008, 06:41 AM   #1
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Modifications to the Camaro

What companies do you think will start producing aftermarket products for the Camaro? We know Pedders is already having there go at the suspension, but who else is going to start making intake's, header's, exhaust's, pulley's, etc.?

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Old 12-04-2008, 07:32 AM   #2
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If this Camaro takes off like we hope it will, their all going to want a piece of the action!
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i know this being my 1st post nobody will take me seriously, but i emailed Kenne Bell, and they said they are planning on making a twin-screw for the Camaro
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i know this being my 1st post nobody will take me seriously, but i emailed Kenne Bell, and they said they are planning on making a twin-screw for the Camaro


WOW that's what I'm looking for Kenne Bell has the best superchargers on the market , what does this mean ???BIG BIG POWER
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Damn, that would be pretty nice lol
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i know this being my 1st post nobody will take me seriously, but i emailed Kenne Bell, and they said they are planning on making a twin-screw for the Camaro
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Old 12-04-2008, 11:56 AM   #11
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i know this being my 1st post nobody will take me seriously, but i emailed Kenne Bell, and they said they are planning on making a twin-screw for the Camaro
Kenne Bell twin-screw supercharger on top of a LS3 engine.
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Kenne Bell twin-screw supercharger on top of a LS3 engine.

WELCOME and

I can't wait to see what differences a KB vs TV2300 shootout will show.
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WELCOME and

I can't wait to see what differences a KB vs TV2300 shootout will show.
Twinscrew will come out on top, no doubt. Just a better design than the roots.

The TVS2300 is a definite improvement over the typical roots design. Eaton seems to be closing the gap between twinscrew performance and roots type performance.
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Can you point me in the direction of any direct comparisons? The only one I've found so far is on Magnusun's website where their smaller blower made more power across the curve than the larger screw-type and the centrifugal. I am not at all disputing the Gen VI being better than the older generations, but I'd like to see direct comparisons. I've noticed that 2.6L KBs claim to be topped out at 700 horse' where I've seen 1.9L TVS blowers up to 800 horse'. They weren't comparisons on the same car, but they were claims by their respective companies. For me, I'll go with the one that makes the best power, reliability, and has a CARB-exemption. Again, any information would be greatly appreciated
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Can you point me in the direction of any direct comparisons? The only one I've found so far is on Magnusun's website where their smaller blower made more power across the curve than the larger screw-type and the centrifugal. I am not at all disputing the Gen VI being better than the older generations, but I'd like to see direct comparisons. I've noticed that 2.6L KBs claim to be topped out at 700 horse' where I've seen 1.9L TVS blowers up to 800 horse'. They weren't comparisons on the same car, but they were claims by their respective companies. For me, I'll go with the one that makes the best power, reliability, and has a CARB-exemption. Again, any information would be greatly appreciated
I can't find a damn thing. This could be because the TVS2300 is new compared to the twin-screw blowers, but I don't think its that new.

I'll continue searching.

Amen to you for choosing the one with the most potential. That's always the right choice!
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