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Old 05-17-2016, 07:14 AM   #1
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Since I want to supercharge my v6, would I need to purchase any extra parts?
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Depends on your current setup, what you ultimately plan on doing/getting, etc. Unfortunately, there is not much info in your original post. so I will just throw this up here....

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Yeah that's what I was planning on getting. Everything is stock at the moment. Only mod I have is magna flow axle backs. I was looking along the lines of would my transmission handle it?
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Are you Auto or Manual? Either one will handle the procharger kit fine. It is not until you start pushing over 550 rwhp or something like that, when you have to start changing parts.

With that kit though, it is indeed meant for a more stock setup. And will get you just over the 400 rwhp mark. So you should be good.

I ask about the Auto vs. Manual because on the 3.7s, the Autos seem to be just a hair more solid.

But if I were you, I would invest in better suspension and tires/wheels also.
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And if you plan on racing and going over 100 mph frequently, maybe also invest in a 1 piece driveshaft w/ safety loop.
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I have an auto. Yeah I'm in the process of getting new tires right now and I'm planning on getting a new suspension within the next month or so.
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So the kit from AM is fairly complete. The only other thing I can think of besides wheels, suspension, and driveshaft - is an Oil Catch Can....

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Since I am sure you will be flooring it a bit and such, you don't want a bunch of oil collecting in the intake manifold. You will want the most out of your fuel that you can get.
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And if later you really want to go all out, you could upgrade your front brakes to the 4 piston Brembos. This kit worked very good on my 3.7:

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Alright bro. Thanks a lot. Im in the process of saving up money for the supercharger so I'm trying to get a feel for how much I should save up.
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No problem. You could always just do the SC now and do stuff bit by bit later on. But to have a good solid build, expect to spend $9,000-$10,000 in parts (supercharger, suspension, wheels, driveshaft, brakes, other little odds and ends). Not including if you plan on paying someone to install everything.

SC Kit - ~$5,000 w/ discount code
Suspension - ~$1,500
Wheels and Tires - ~$1,400-$1,600
Driveshaft - ~$700
Catch Can - ~$110 w/ discount code
Brake Upgrade - ~$1,000 w/ discount code
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