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Old 02-24-2013, 11:51 AM   #1
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Cost of a S/C or Turbo.

How much would a good super charger or turbo set cost before and after install and tunning. I been saving up and should have around 5K by the end of this month just for the sole purpose of F/I for the camaro. Would that be enough or should i just save a lil more?
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:16 PM   #2
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How much would a good super charger or turbo set cost before and after install and tunning. I been saving up and should have around 5K by the end of this month just for the sole purpose of F/I for the camaro. Would that be enough or should i just save a lil more?

The IPF Supercharger Kit is a bit higher than that out the door, we are direct WD for them and can get you all hooked up with the kit (PM me for pricing specifics, cannot post in this forum). OR if you want to take a ride (Oh yes it's a ride), come to us for that same out the door price we'll install, baseline dyno, and after dyno your car for FREE.
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:29 PM   #3
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The IPF Supercharger Kit is a bit higher than that out the door, we are direct WD for them and can get you all hooked up with the kit (PM me for pricing specifics, cannot post in this forum). OR if you want to take a ride (Oh yes it's a ride), come to us for that same out the door price we'll install, baseline dyno, and after dyno your car for FREE.
I long will installation take if i take a drive down to Florida. I am in Mississippi right now doing some military training but wouldn't mind the drive down depending how long would the set up take.
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I long will installation take if i take a drive down to Florida. I am in Mississippi right now doing some military training but wouldn't mind the drive down depending how long would the set up take.
2 days start to finish. We'll baseline the car immediately, then move it over to the lift and get cracking... notagoat called us on a Monday, we had him in the shop Tuesday morning and out the door Wednesday night.

This is the dyno sheet of the last one we just did for notagoat (He has headers, full exhaust, so his dyno is on the higher side because of the supporting modifications):

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how much more power would your super charger give off if i have everything still stocked on my car?
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how much more power would your super charger give off if i have everything still stocked on my car?
Manual or automatic trans ?
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:48 PM   #7
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I'd say right in the 340-350rwhp mark on our Mustang MD-150 dyno..The Dynojet or Land & Sea dyno's will show more power to the wheels compared to our Mustang dyno.. On our dyno the LLT manual trans stock they made 230-240 on our dyno. .
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:07 PM   #9
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I'd say right in the 340-350rwhp mark on our Mustang MD-150 dyno..The Dynojet or Land & Sea dyno's will show more power to the wheels compared to our Mustang dyno.. On our dyno the LLT manual trans stock they made 230-240 on our dyno. .
What about with existing mods? similar mods that I have should put my car around 290whp N/A, I plan on upgrading to a ful catback exhaust. I know that wont do much but with all my mods I should be no where near 230-240hp.
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What about with existing mods? similar mods that I have should put my car around 290whp. N/A
I'd say you'll be within the same range as notagoat's on our dyno (The graph above)
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I'd say you'll be within the same range as notagoat's on our dyno (The graph above)
I think I will wait for the RX Roots supercharger...
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:52 PM   #12
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We do single turbo, twin turbo, front mount SC and soon to be released top mount SC.

Prices start inline with what your looking to spend.

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Old 02-24-2013, 05:46 PM   #14
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I'd say right in the 340-350rwhp mark on our Mustang MD-150 dyno..The Dynojet or Land & Sea dyno's will show more power to the wheels compared to our Mustang dyno.. On our dyno the LLT manual trans stock they made 230-240 on our dyno. .
Okay this is a straight Newbe question im not sure if im getting this straight since im not really into the whole F/I, but the V6 come stock at 312hp and if i put a S/C i will only end up getting max 40 extra HP? or would i be adding the 312hp + 340 rwhp. Because i like the V6 but thinking about traiding it in for a V8 so if im only getting max 40 extra hp with a S/C that cost more than 5K might as well have that for a down payment for a V8 and end up getting 426HP stock right?
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