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Old 10-21-2014, 10:19 PM   #1
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procharger supercharger

for those who have already installed this beautiful piece of machinery... my question goes: what other unforeseen mods will I need to make?


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Lol bro I thought this was covered a few weeks ago in a separate thread. Oh wells.

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this thread is not answering the question: basically if I install a procharger supercharger kit what else would I need to do to my car whther it be now or a year from now because of the install


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If you purchase a complete kit everything needed is there. Only thing that would be greatly beneficial would be a dyno tune. What year and type of transmission do you have?


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Fyi, my car will have dual catch cans,full exhaust,3.85 pulley,65lb injectors and a good dyno tune. Lower control arms will help with traction as will drag radicals.


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Old 10-22-2014, 11:27 AM   #7
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14 base v6 only performance mods are exhaust CAI ad tune nothing else. everything else is stock... if the procharger will cause wear and tear (I'm not gonna drive it hard, but I'm concerned that wear and tear will be coming sooner rather than later w this piece of fine machinery.


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Procharger supercharger 2014 v6

I'm too lazy to type it up again, check this thread where I have posted previously as to what you 'might' need.

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so a 5k investment will actually cost a couple of thousand more? wth


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Just go turbo, there is a reason everyone who had the procharger on the v6 took it off, it's not worth the money, actually pretty depressing

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Old 10-22-2014, 12:09 PM   #11
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Just go turbo, there is a reason everyone who had the procharger on the v6 took it off, it's not worth the money, actually pretty depressing

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depressing as in power gains and more and more mods required? I will have to research more on turbo. My initial thoughts have been go supercharger as install is a breeze, but I'm afraid my stock car (as a direct result of more power) is going to need way way more modifications.
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I thing all 3.7s should upgrade to a one piece driveshaft. The clutch will need to be replace soon or later(just the nature of the beast),at least one catch can and a oil drain line(to make life easier)for the procharger. It's hard to say you only need the purchase the kit and that's it .There are other aspects of the car that needs upgrades as well but not 100% necessary. For instance control arms and tires are not completely necessary buy without them you'll bounce and spin all day long.


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Fyi, my car will have dual catch cans,full exhaust,3.85 pulley,65lb injectors and a good dyno tune. Lower control arms will help with traction as will drag radicals.


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Why two catch cans, and how do you plan on routing them ...
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One on each side, passenger side valve cover to intake manifold. Driver side valve cover to procharger air inlet tube. I want to catch as much oil as I can. The way procharger has the driver's side pvc line running from valve cover to inlet tube letting blow by oil enter the procharger then enter the intercoller.


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Just making sure you realized the Drivers side would only ever make a difference at WOT. Also, keep an eye on the check valve they send you on the passenger side, a buddy of mine had his fail and was actually boosting the crankcase.

What we did in his case was route both valve covers to a single catch can, then tie that into the intake. This way, the IM was capped off and there was no need for a check valve, and the intake would actively pull a vacuum on the crankcase at WOT eliminating any potential CC pressure. Worked very well in his case, and even during daily driving the nature of the procharger will put vacuum on the crankcase. You could possibly save some money (or time and effort) and just go with 1 large can instead of two. Just something to think about.
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Thanks I'll look into that, I currently have two JLT catch cans sitting in my garage.


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any one know how much twin screw would cost or if available on v6?


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any one know how much twin screw would cost or if available on v6?


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There is no positive displacement blower option. The 60 degree configuration doesn't work
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i reccomend getting the tuner kit getting your own injectors and taking it to get dynotuned. my car made 406rwhp and 336rwtq on 6lbs with my auto
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for those who have already installed this beautiful piece of machinery... my question goes: what other unforeseen mods will I need to make?


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Dyno tune is a MUST for any extra modifications. And your going to need more anti-freeze. Along w/ typically a wideband air sensor of some sort since our cars don't come w/ it from the factory.
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Dyno tune is a MUST for any extra modifications. And your going to need more anti-freeze. Along w/ typically a wideband air sensor of some sort since our cars don't come w/ it from the factory.

The car is equipped with a factory wideband, that's the reason we can tune via email; because the tuner has access to a live readout of the AFR. The car does not come with a gauge to display AFR however, if that's what you meant.
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i reccomend getting the tuner kit getting your own injectors and taking it to get dynotuned. my car made 406rwhp and 336rwtq on 6lbs with my auto

do u have some clips or videos that i can see of the setup and/or you using ur car?


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