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Old 07-03-2012, 02:21 AM   #1
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I know I have seen it on here before but I cant find it but which supercharger would be good for the top end say after 60 foot? Vortec or kennybell?
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If you want something for top end go with centrifugal style I.e. vortech

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Re: supercharger

Would the boast kick in during my 60 foot?

This is the one im going with
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/VOR-4FL218-128L/
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Re: supercharger

also would you prefer procharger or vortec? or will they be about the same? Both are self lubicated cuz im going with the v-3
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Re: supercharger

boht are good brands, both will work great for top end. Make sure you get an intercooler see if only one offers that etc
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also would you prefer procharger or vortec? or will they be about the same? Both are self lubicated cuz im going with the v-3
I would go with procharger because they come intercooled and with the vortec you would need the aftercooler.
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boht are good brands, both will work great for top end. Make sure you get an intercooler see if only one offers that etc
Both offer the intercooler but the procharger one is rated for 8-10 psi and the vortec is rated for 9-11 according to summit.
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Both offer the intercooler but the procharger one is rated for 8-10 psi and the vortec is rated for 9-11 according to summit.
Haven't looked in to vortecs lately but they use to sell the aftercooler seprately and were air/water intercoolers while procharger uses air/air intercoolers. I would buy the procharger and get the d1 upgrade.
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Haven't looked in to vortecs lately but they use to sell the aftercooler seprately and were air/water intercoolers while procharger uses air/air intercoolers. I would buy the procharger and get the d1 upgrade.
If you click on the link above that takes you to summit that is a kit that comes with the intercooler. They are still air to water but the only kit that I can find with procharger is the •P-1SC kit.
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If you click on the link above that takes you to summit that is a kit that comes with the intercooler. They are still air to water but the only kit that I can find with procharger is the •P-1SC kit.
Not bad for the vortec kit, there was a site that let you choose a psi for the procharger and even upgrade the head unit to a d1
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Not bad for the vortec kit, there was a site that let you choose a psi for the procharger and even upgrade the head unit to a d1
Yeah I know, thats why im looking at getting that kit from summit. I have yet to find a site that offers more options for the procharger.
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