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Old 06-13-2011, 11:10 AM   #21
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I contacted brenspeed about the whole vortech and winter driving thing. They said basically it is in the user manual to cover the companies ***, but they have well over 100 kits being run in the winter, even in canada and alaska, with no issues. They haven't seen any warranty issues related to temperature.
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Old 06-13-2011, 12:01 PM   #22
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I contacted brenspeed about the whole vortech and winter driving thing. They said basically it is in the user manual to cover the companies ***, but they have well over 100 kits being run in the winter, even in canada and alaska, with no issues. They haven't seen any warranty issues related to temperature.
+1, I believe it was mainly more of an issues for the V2 then the V3 because of how they are lubricated differently.
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are these features pretty common among SCs, or just the KB?
I believe the bypass valve is very common in late model positive displacement blowers. I can't say for certain which models have it but I believe most if not all the twin screws for our cars do, and I'd be willing to bet the TVS blowers have one as well.

As far as having a valet mode, unless someone corrects me on this, I think KB is rather unique on this feature.
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