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Old 03-03-2016, 04:23 PM   #1
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I plan on supercharging my auto 2014 and want about 700RWHP what are the first things to goboom and what should I replace them with? Please help!!

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I know that! I'm just not sure what else maybe rods and pistons? I heard crank sprocket as well I just need some help with that

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Somewhat no.

Ring lands are the weak point.


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Somewhat no.

Ring lands are the weak point.


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What would the go to things be to replace/upgrade for that horsepower so nothing fails?

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What would the go to things be to replace/upgrade for that horsepower so nothing fails?

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For reliability ? Pistons rods and OPG head studs main studs ect
Crank is good for a 1,000

Weak link of the motor is the ring lands though.



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For reliability ? Pistons rods and OPG head studs main studs ect
Crank is good for a 1,000

Weak link of the motor is the ring lands though.



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Specific brands? Or website to buy it all from?

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Manley, diamond can't go wrong with that setup. And ARP for all your hardware.

I always order straight from the manufacture on pistons and rods


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Manley, diamond can't go wrong with that setup. And ARP for all your hardware.

I always order straight from the manufacture on pistons and rods


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What is your current setup if you don't mind me asking? You're above 700RWHP correct?

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What is your current setup if you don't mind me asking? You're above 700RWHP correct?

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I sold the car recently.
But it was a 2012
Built motor ( Manley H beams, diamond Pistons 11.5 compression )
Slight head work.
Direct port 300 shot. Yes it was roughly 800

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I sold the car recently.
But it was a 2012
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Direct port 300 shot. Yes it was roughly 800

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Maybe unshoukd get a blower first and go from there. Why 700 ? U know with that much power ur gonna figure have to figure out how ur gonna hook. I have almost 600 rwh. I want a lil more but without solving how to use the majority of that power there no sense to go after more. I think u should do what ur engine could handle as is figur out how to hook and then from there imo.


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The procharger I want can put me at 627 but I want it tuned to push 550 to 575.

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Maybe unshoukd get a blower first and go from there. Why 700 ? U know with that much power ur gonna figure have to figure out how ur gonna hook. I have almost 600 rwh. I want a lil more but without solving how to use the majority of that power there no sense to go after more. I think u should do what ur engine could handle as is figur out how to hook and then from there imo.


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Take it from a guy with 700 rwhp. Its totally pointless on the street and not worth the expense it takes to get there, unless you are racing....a lot.
I am not a big nitrous guy-stuff scares the hell out of me BUT, at least you can turn it off when you don't need it. A built 700 rwhp motor on a DD is not nearly as much fun as it seems like it would be. Mine sits in the shop 99% of the time these days. 600rwhp is way way more than enough....and the cost is far less. You will still burn the crap out of the tires at 600 so 700 is no faster unless you can hook it up, which takes some doing on street tires. I am running super sticky 335/30/18 Toyos 888's with a soft azz 100 wear rating and they might as well be bicycle tires on soap. On slicks it fast as hell, but no real street tire is going to hold that power. 600rwhp will get you into the 9's....how fast do you need your DD to be?
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