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Old 04-27-2013, 08:09 AM   #36
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My thoughts exactly! Deal was so good i couldn't pass it up.
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Yeah, I like those! I came across one of those myself a few years back. Guy was upgrading to a procharger from his vortec after cooled kit. It was for my 2004. Thing made monster power with 11.5 psi.
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Yeah, mine is a Paxton NOVI 2000, with an upgraded/smaller impeller and a blow off valve. I'm going to put an intercooler on it as well, going top fab up some hard pipe.
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:21 AM   #39
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Sounds awesome! I'm torn as to which kit I want. I really like the prochargers for their potential and the self lubrication, however, I don't like the fact it mounts on the drivers side and you have to relocate the battery but that's a small price to pay for the intercooled system. I like the new Paxton and vortec kits that are self lubricating and how "factory" ish they look mounted on the passenger side and you retain the battery upfront. The only down side is no intercooled and the after cooled systems on the foxes just look a little to crammed in there. All make great power but in the long run the procharger is a little more consistent with the power numbers due to the intake temps being cooler. But then again the price is better for the vortec and Paxton kits as well, hahaha! Decisions decisions.
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Yeah, I know what you mean. You can always Intercool any if them. All you need is an intercooler and a hard piping kit.
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Yup!
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