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Old 09-24-2014, 04:58 PM   #1
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Vortech sc!

Was debating on get a vortech supercharger or not!/: really pricey but I feel would be an awesome step!


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Awhile ago I asked the forum whether to go with a S/C or and the majority agreed that nitrous was the way to go since it's cheaper and you can get better gains


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Haven't really thought about that yet! What would be a good setup?


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If you can afford it supercharge or turbo. Nitrous is a pretty girl with a VD. You will use it more than you should and eventually cause issues. JUST talked to a guy who tore his rear end in two because he wanted just a little more power and bumped the shot up. Said would never Nitro again. If was only at track be one thing but said the temptation was too much too resist
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If you have the funds I would strongly recommend going with a s/c. Power when you want it, won't hurt your internals in the long run, and you won't constantly have to keep buying nos every week.
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