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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 12:05 AM

Procharger questions
 
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Well I'm about procharger my 2013 v6
The question I have is I want to push around 10psi what would be rwhp I'll be looking at?

The other things I want know is how do upgrade my fuel system if their no part for the v6? I do need upgrade right?

I know a guy that is pushing 8psi but he only did 2 pull on the dyno because it started to get hot why is that?

Supporting mods
Bbk long tube
Bkk off road
Borla touring
Steeda cold air intake (sell after)
Barton shifter w/bracket
Sr clutch line
Flywheel spec
Stage one clutch
3.55 gears
One piece ds

other questions is super six motorspots legit? Super Six Motorsports - V6 products that make your life faster

Ported cylinder heads
Intake manifold
Cams
Forged pistons

I hope so because I would love to hear cammed v6.

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bazinga11 02-06-2014 01:26 AM

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bazinga11 02-06-2014 01:33 AM

Lol sorry that was a mistake. I was gonna say you're looking at east 525+ with your current supporting mods, provided youve forged internals and beefy fuel injectors.

Just out of curiosity: why not go the twin route, since you have got everything needed to suporrt 600+ rwhp?

Ps: may be switch 3.55 gears and borla touring with 3.73 gears + magna flow street catbacks. It will better complement your mods. Also see if you can afford a throttle body and aluminum block (to avoid over heating, and sustain large hp) for your engine.

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 01:18 PM

Procharger questions
 
aluminum block they have for our v6?

What if I don't go forge internals?

And I didn't go twins because well I liked procharge lol

bazinga11 02-06-2014 01:29 PM

I believe they do? I was talking to a guy from performance division regarding supercharging my V6 here at the dealership, and that's what he said. If I remember correctly and if its wasn't aluminum, it was definitely some sorta upgrade from stock block. He said it be around 1000-1500. Again I might be wrong on this, Google it.

If you don't go forged internals, well you're pretty much looking at a KABOOM at 10psi sooner than latter. 7-8psi is the safe limit. A good dyno tune can get you about 450-ish rwhp with your supporting mods. Remember its a V6, you can only push it so far before you see metal coleslaw on the ground lol

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 01:31 PM

I would have to look it up the block
So 8psi would be the safe?

bazinga11 02-06-2014 01:47 PM

Yep 7-8 psi is a safe range. Are you looking to track it, or just gonna use it as a spirited dd?

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 01:47 PM

Both lol

bazinga11 02-06-2014 01:50 PM

Loll are you getting it professionally installed, or going to use your garage for it?

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 05:09 PM

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Originally Posted by bazinga11 (Post 1942417)
Loll are you getting it professionally installed, or going to use your garage for it?

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Well I've done everything my self beside the clutch and gears I think I want to et it done

bazinga11 02-06-2014 05:15 PM

Ah okay. Well if you can afford, get your intervals forged if you wanna beef up the boost.

PS: even 450rwhp would be more than enough to have fun (all from low rpms) if you have 3.73 gears

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 06:00 PM

What it is forge internals? Lol

TommyV 02-06-2014 07:24 PM

Wikipedia: Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces. Forging can produce a piece that is stronger than an equivalent cast or machined part. As the metal is shaped during the forging process, its internal grain deforms to follow the general shape of the part. As a result, the grain is continuous throughout the part, giving rise to a piece with improved strength characteristics.

bazinga11 02-06-2014 07:46 PM

In another words, internal parts (pistons, connections rods, crank shafts) made with tough materials to withstand extra load/HP.

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 07:56 PM

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In another words, internal parts (pistons, connections rods, crank shafts) made with tough materials to withstand extra load/HP.

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bazinga11 02-06-2014 08:12 PM

Yep spot on! They asked specifically made for forced induction applications. Consider em like shoes with steel toes, as compared to normal ones.

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arthurcordova93 02-06-2014 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by bazinga11 (Post 1942726)
Yep spot on! They asked specifically made for forced induction applications. Consider em like shoes with steel toes, as compared to normal ones.

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when I look at these picture I'm so lost I don't know what I'm looking at

Shuvool 02-06-2014 11:17 PM

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Originally Posted by arthurcordova93 (Post 1942769)
when I look at these picture I'm so lost I don't know what I'm looking at

Lol those are engine internals.

In the top left picture, the lollipop looking things are connecting rods (or conrods for short). They attach the pistons to the crankshaft. They're subject to the force from the combustion process, so if you start doing things like adding a whole lot of power to your engine, they need to be replaced with stronger ones to handle the increased power. The round things to the right of that are pistons, although those don't look like ones for FI applications, as they're flat, rather than dished.

The top right picture is another shot of the connecting rods and pistons, and the long piece in between them is a crankshaft. It transfers the power from the combustion process to the flywheel. The combustion process pushes the piston down, rod is attached to the underside of the piston, so it goes down too, the other end of the rod is attached to the crankshaft, which spins as a result.

The thing in the top of the bottom picture is an engine block. It encases all of the other components, with pathways for oil and water to keep the engine cool and lubricated. You can see the tops of the pistons in the cylinder bores.

2011 Kona Blue 02-07-2014 06:45 AM

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Originally Posted by arthurcordova93 (Post 1942042)
Well I'm about procharger my 2013 v6
The question I have is I want to push around 10psi what would be rwhp I'll be looking at?

The other things I want know is how do upgrade my fuel system if their no part for the v6? I do need upgrade right?

I know a guy that is pushing 8psi but he only did 2 pull on the dyno because it started to get hot why is that?

Supporting mods
Bbk long tube
Bkk off road
Borla touring
Steeda cold air intake (sell after)
Barton shifter w/bracket
Sr clutch line
Flywheel spec
Stage one clutch
3.55 gears
One piece ds

other questions is super six motorspots legit? Super Six Motorsports - V6 products that make your life faster

Ported cylinder heads
Intake manifold
Cams
Forged pistons

I hope so because I would love to hear cammed v6.

What about Modular Motorsports Racing

If you plan on jumping up to 10 pounds of boost, its my understanding on stock engine internals this is not a good idea. Your just asking for your engine to possibly implode and that's not good. Lol. Run max 8 pounds boost with the factory engine internals and your gonna be golden with your engine not being damaged.

Since your looking too run 10 pounds boost getting aftermarket Forged internals such as piston's, rods, crankshaft like from super 6 motorsports is where you need to be. Heck, you could get their larger cams, ported intake manifold plus the forged internals and your gonna be pushing big power.

All you got too do is just pay for the stuff and your golden. I would think a good 6,000 dollars for all and your there.


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