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Old 06-01-2017, 06:47 PM   #15
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anyone have questions on this kit i can help answer them for you.
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Old 06-07-2017, 09:38 AM   #16
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anyone have questions on this kit i can help answer them for you.
Have any dyno sheets for the complete kit? IAT logs, 1/4 mile times - lets see some #s!
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Old 06-07-2017, 10:04 AM   #17
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Have any dyno sheets for the complete kit? IAT logs, 1/4 mile times - lets see some #s!
Check the first page, my dyno sheet is in there. I haven't been able to make it to the 1/4 mile track. I work weekends and my closest track is 80 miles away. 1/8th mile my best was a 7.8 with a 1.8 60ft before I started having issues because I was running a throttle controller. Have since removed the controller but haven't been back
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Old 06-07-2017, 12:59 PM   #18
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Check the first page, my dyno sheet is in there.
Thanks! I should have been clearer, I'd like to see data for it installed on an otherwise stock car. Neat to see Rotrex being used on something other than imports.
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Old 07-07-2017, 04:24 PM   #19
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Old 07-07-2017, 04:46 PM   #20
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Still seems too small for a 6.2L. Power band is too narrow and not enough torque. Seems to not hit full boost till 5000. LSA supercharger would mop the floor with it for about the same price.

A Centri can be much better than PD blower in so many ways if done right with a larger head unit. But not this one. Now twin of these Rotrex head units and now we'd be talking!!
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Old 05-14-2018, 09:01 PM   #21
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I have this kit as well and I'm super pleased with it. I went with this kit because of the advertised lower under hood temperatures. I autocross the car and have had no over heating issues. I made 612 WHP on E85 and it's more than enough power. I dont drag the car, so no clue on 1/4 mile times. Also I got an awesome deal on the kit. I think I paid under 4k for it but went with the smaller pulley and upgraded injectors. This brought the price up to a little over 4k. I ordered the kit from modaddiction.com and was happy with the experience.
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Old 05-14-2018, 09:20 PM   #22
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Also I have some supporting mods. I have a tick performance street heat stage 2 cam (NA), longtube headers to stock NPP exhaust, high flow cats and BBK TB.
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Old 05-14-2018, 09:22 PM   #23
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I have this kit as well and I'm super pleased with it. I went with this kit because of the advertised lower under hood temperatures. I autocross the car and have had no over heating issues. I made 612 WHP on E85 and it's more than enough power. I dont drag the car, so no clue on 1/4 mile times. Also I got an awesome deal on the kit. I think I paid under 4k for it but went with the smaller pulley and upgraded injectors. This brought the price up to a little over 4k. I purchased it from Modbargins and was happy with the experience.
612 rwhp was this number corrected for altitude?
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Old 05-14-2018, 10:18 PM   #24
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Still seems too small for a 6.2L. Power band is too narrow and not enough torque. Seems to not hit full boost till 5000. LSA supercharger would mop the floor with it for about the same price.

A Centri can be much better than PD blower in so many ways if done right with a larger head unit. But not this one. Now twin of these Rotrex head units and now we'd be talking!!
I agree. Way better options out there. I know im on the bandwagon but the ESS Tuning kit has a Vortech V3 Si head unit, excellent intercooler, choice of pulley, option to bolt a YSI in later (or upgrade now for $500 more) and makes way more power and costs.....$5k

I made 711/639 on 10psi, and this other guy I know made 751/650 on 11psi with meth. These arent record setting numbers compared to the big blower guys or turbo dudes, but shit I am super stoked with mine. No lag, no small powerband. Just big smiles.

Two weeks after the sticky mickeys and now im clutch shopping. Lol
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Old 05-15-2018, 01:26 PM   #25
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Still seems too small for a 6.2L. Power band is too narrow and not enough torque. Seems to not hit full boost till 5000. LSA supercharger would mop the floor with it for about the same price.

A Centri can be much better than PD blower in so many ways if done right with a larger head unit. But not this one. Now twin of these Rotrex head units and now we'd be talking!!
This is there biggest blower listed-
C38-91/92:
Targeted specifically for those that want to enjoy the refinement and acceleration of a Rotrex application but need more sheer power, the C38-91/92 units feature the best efficiency of the C38 range. The Rotrex C38-91/92 supercharger units went through many years of development and the result is a unit that flows about 10% more than the C38-81 across the range. This unit is capable of over 700hp and works best on 3.0-5.oL engines.
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:21 PM   #26
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Old 05-15-2018, 09:04 PM   #27
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The number was corrected for altitude. Also as I stated I'm running a NA cam. I Talked to Tick performance and they said it wouldn't loose power but also not gain power from it. This kit fits my needs, I'm not into drag racing anymore so I dont need large numbers. Also kraftwerks does awesome sales (check for memorial day) and for 4k you can't beat this kit. Before deciding on a kit look at what you will be using it for. If you your going to drag or want numbers go with a large turbo setup. I use mine on the track, I went with this kit because of the low temperature and I feel safe beating up on it on the track (stock bottom). I have a A&A kit with a V3 trim on my C5 Z06 making 600. I like that kit as well but I dont race that car. I would also say the Kraftwerks looks almost factory (for a centrifical). With the 1 or 2 thousand I saved i bought tires and aero. Also keep in my with anything over 600 whp the 285's are a little on the narrow side (can work though). I went to a 305 and have no problems. So all in all choose for you application not the numbers (unless that's your thing).
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:19 AM   #28
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What are your ait like? normal vs at the track
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