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Old 06-11-2011, 03:22 PM   #11
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.. well, if you ever change your mind and want a self-lubricated kit where you don't have to tap into the oil pan.

I am still selling mine possibly for $3k
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Old 06-11-2011, 03:22 PM   #12
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thats awesome.. is there a good site or write up or something on how too?? that way i can print it off and keep till times need.. and do i need new injectors or a new fuel pump or anything like that or is everything fine? im not gonna lie ive never messed with SCs before only turbos so i dont have that much knowledge on them.
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Which model is it? V-2 or V-3? Vortech has some PDFs on their site you can download.

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sorry stealth 3k is a little out of price range 1800 is out of my price range.. but its a really good deal so im taking it while i can.. i still have school i have to pay for and thats a supercharger itself
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If you're looking for a easier alternative and need to keep it on a budget, look at the Magnacharger. It's also an M112 unit and it'll save you the wild goose chase on parts.

It's a killer deal on a M112 if you're set on that kit.

http://www.hotpart.com/shop/index.ph...ct_detail&p=12

They're also coming out with a M1900 for our cars if you're looking to spend a little more and make good whp
for $4200 I'm suprised more people aren't running this maggie?!?
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sorry stealth 3k is a little out of price range 1800 is out of my price range.. but its a really good deal so im taking it while i can.. i still have school i have to pay for and thats a supercharger itself
FI may not be for you if $1800 is out of range, you have to equate all the other costs that come with FI too!
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:34 PM   #17
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yea i know.. ive talked to my neighbor a lot about it and it just seems like a lot to do or a lot that you need to do for an SC.. and if this car was my secondary car id probly do it.. im just going to do cams and some LTs and be done with it and look for a set of nice chrome wheels and leave my car alone
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yea i know.. ive talked to my neighbor a lot about it and it just seems like a lot to do or a lot that you need to do for an SC.. and if this car was my secondary car id probly do it.. im just going to do cams and some LTs and be done with it and look for a set of nice chrome wheels and leave my car alone
Well there ya go! FI is a slippery slope of money lol.
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