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Old 06-21-2012, 10:07 AM   #1
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Should I go kenne bell supercharger or hellion twin turbo? If supercharger what lbs of boost or size
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Is your motor built? If not you'll have to run low boost. I'd be happy with either one. I know that don't help out to much.
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What do I need to do to motor for high boost

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I want around 450-500 rwhp just need to know how to get it. The cheapest way
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You need forged rods and pistons. Stock motor you can run like 8 pounds. There is no cheap way. Your talking thousands of bucks.
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With the power you are looking for you to build the motor right you are looking at around 10k just for the motor , that being said you can run a kenne bell on a stock motor at 10 lbs of boost safely , I know dudes running 12 lbs with vortech v3 on stock blocks , it's all in the tune.
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Ide go with supercharger you have to worry bout warming up turbos than you have to worry bout over heating superchargers are ready to go with the start of the key
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Old 06-22-2012, 12:05 AM   #7
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+1 to what they all said. But I would say go with a single Hellion turbo. Twin turbos are a bit excessive since you don't want high HP numbers.one thing to remember with those superchargers is heat soak, twin screws are notorious for it so if you go with a Kennel Bell then definitely get an intercooler
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