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Last edited by modern-muscle; 05-16-2012 at 09:15 AM.
Very nice! Once I get my car paid off on april I am down for one! Can't wait!!!!!!! Isn't there a guy from cencal that has ur supercharger and has long tube headers? I saw a couple of youtube videos that showed long tubes and it also says on his profile. I think its straightchaos? I might be wrong but idk.
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I think we are going to do the testing for increasing the boost first and see how it does and then add the long tubes and see how it does, i will see if we can get you separate gains.
Last edited by modern-muscle; 10-02-2009 at 01:06 PM.
keep me updated intrested in getting longtubes
for sure, we are hopping to have it done before the open house, if we cant make that happen it will for sure be soon after.
Are there any numbers for pre-supercharged v6s with long tubes?
So the V6 is showing 28% drivetrain loss in stock form?!
I don't even want to know what my AWD is (not) putting to the ground...
That's a terrific kit you guys have there, sorry I don't have the budget for it.
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Just thought I'd chime in. This kit is SOLID! If you want to make your V6 really move, GET THIS KIT! I've been abusing my car for the past 10,000 miles after having John and Justin install my kit in Irvine, CA, and they've been mostly problem free (nothing caused by adding this supercharger kit). Once you get longtube headers, you're gonna have to get the car redynoed, but it's worth it. The mixture between the aggressive sound of the long tubes, and the increased top end is worth the money. Only complaint is that the system is a little too loud, and their "high-flow cats" will most likely do nothing to help my vehicle pass smog when the time comes. Regardless, thanks again to John and Justin for their work and effort for assembling this great high performance mod.
p.s., there are youtube videos up of acceleration, and on the car on the dyno if you search for "1fstv6charger" on youtube.com
mods: Modern-Muscle supercharger kit, Stainless Works Long tube headers, Magnaflow exhaust, Tien coilovers, 20" Viper replicas, Hotchkis front and rear sways, Pioneer 900-BT
4/24/09: 316.9 RWHP 276.28 Tq.
Best track time: 14.89 @ 97.9 MPH
One of these WILL be on my motor....just as soon as I can afford it.
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Wanted to know if y'all have had any customers that use these on their daily drivers and have run in to any long term/real world issues (heating/cooling, stress on other parts, coordination with other parts, fuel economy, etc.)?
Too, can y'all recommend any day to day/regular maintenance items on folks that have never had blown engines? Recommended exhaust (headers, cats, tube diameters, mufflers, etc.)?
Every one of these applications is a daily driver. So far, the worst thing we've seen is a clogged cat and that was a single isolated issue.
There's not much in the way of maintenance except changing the supercharger oil. Exhaust will just make it better. We have yet to test our long tube headers. Any catback will do pretty much the same thing, so pick one that you like the sound.