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Old 04-22-2011, 05:03 AM   #1
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Talking Revo1 looking for S/C???

Yes, it's true. I have a whole year to do this before the next C5F, so in no rush. Just keep me posted if anyone comes across a stellar deal
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Old 04-23-2011, 04:55 AM   #2
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:33 AM   #3
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You changed your avatar...NO S/C FOR YOU!
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Old 04-23-2011, 01:14 PM   #4
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It wasn't me! The avatar gremlin got me, seriously!
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You got bit HARD didn't you? Well, I got dibs on the 02.
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:03 PM   #6
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You got bit HARD didn't you? Well, I got dibs on the 02.


Dude, it got me bad! I'm also tryin to figure how to get my paws on some bushings and coilovers before the next 'Fest!

Don't even mention the 02 right now, it's starting to look like a pile of cash!
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:10 PM   #7
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Dude, it got me bad! I'm also tryin to figure how to get my paws on some bushings and coilovers before the next 'Fest!

Don't even mention the 02 right now, it's starting to look like a pile of cash!
I hear ya! I got the 67 project I'd love to sell off and put the money into other stuff but wifey wants to keep it... I'll never sell the 89 since my dad bought it new. You're 02 is stunning so if you parted with it, you should get good money but that's your baby... isn't it?
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:17 PM   #8
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I am looking for one as well...Just curious, which unit are u thinking about going with?
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After hearing Mindz's car, I am leaning more towards a centrifugal S/C.
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:37 PM   #10
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After hearing Mindz's car, I am leaning more towards a centrifugal S/C.
J's car sounds wicked, and you can see how fast that thing is...


Honestly I just want something that will be dependable for a DD. A little extra grunt will go a long way with this car, and I don't need to be shredding the Pirellis on accident all day long. Just want something that will be reliable, and won't break the bank. Anyone have suggestions?

Oh and an audible whine is a definite plus
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:38 PM   #11
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I hear ya! I got the 67 project I'd love to sell off and put the money into other stuff but wifey wants to keep it... I'll never sell the 89 since my dad bought it new. You're 02 is stunning so if you parted with it, you should get good money but that's your baby... isn't it?
It definitely is! I don't think I'll ever have the heart to sell it, not even for major 5th gen mod money
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J's car sounds wicked, and you can see how fast that thing is...


Honestly I just want something that will be dependable for a DD. A little extra grunt will go a long way with this car, and I don't need to be shredding the Pirellis on accident all day long. Just want something that will be reliable, and won't break the bank. Anyone have suggestions?

Oh and an audible whine is a definite plus
He has the "Quiet" version, and he BOV is LOUD!!!!
We had a little "race", and I thought I was actually keeping up with him with the "pink" car, until I heard the blow off valve, and it took off.
Later he told me I was actually keeping up with him, only becuase his tires were spinning.......
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Well... if you dont want a lot of power added you could go with the baby maggie the TVS 1900 with the 1:1 rear drive pulley makes it whine... Most people go with the TVS 2300. I think the 1900 on the L99 is good for maybe 450 rwhp with supporting mods. Thats a guess... You'd be totally safe with that much power. The 2300 is good for a lot more and it all depends on drive pulleys and what not...

Something like this deal:

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=135782

Otherwise your getting into the big power adders... Whipple, Vortec, Kennebell, procharger... I mean you can turn them down but if you only want a little bit... why pay for a lot?
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$30.00 can win you one. Even if you don't win the supercharger it is for a great cause. Win Win

Win a supercharger thread

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=130753
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Well... if you dont want a lot of power added you could go with the baby maggie the TVS 1900 with the 1:1 rear drive pulley makes it whine... Most people go with the TVS 2300. I think the 1900 on the L99 is good for maybe 450 rwhp with supporting mods. Thats a guess... You'd be totally safe with that much power. The 2300 is good for a lot more and it all depends on drive pulleys and what not...

Something like this deal:

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=135782

Otherwise your getting into the big power adders... Whipple, Vortec, Kennebell, procharger... I mean you can turn them down but if you only want a little bit... why pay for a lot?
The 1900 can make just as much power as the 2300 with the same mods. Plus according to Uncle Robin, it's the best displacement for the LS3.
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The 1900 can make just as much power as the 2300 with the same mods. Plus according to Uncle Robin, it's the best displacement for the LS3.
good to know! Then I must ask... why 2?
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good to know! Then I must ask... why 2?

Some people like the idea of having more room to grow, even if they never make enough power to max out the 1900.....
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Some people like the idea of having more room to grow, even if they never make enough power to max out the 1900.....
I see.... well thanks!!
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Well... if you dont want a lot of power added you could go with the baby maggie the TVS 1900 with the 1:1 rear drive pulley makes it whine... Most people go with the TVS 2300. I think the 1900 on the L99 is good for maybe 450 rwhp with supporting mods. Thats a guess... You'd be totally safe with that much power. The 2300 is good for a lot more and it all depends on drive pulleys and what not...

Something like this deal:

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=135782

Otherwise your getting into the big power adders... Whipple, Vortec, Kennebell, procharger... I mean you can turn them down but if you only want a little bit... why pay for a lot?
Exactly. This would work perfectly, thanks for the link Jason!

Just wish I had the cash for it right now... Probably won't be able to do this realistically for a few months, but I'm on the prowl.
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Whipple is hands down the best choice for a s/c, all the rest have shortcomings,
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Whipple is hands down the best choice for a s/c, all the rest have shortcomings,
I can see it's your blower of choice

Nick is also rockin a Whipple, I've heard good things.
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