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Old 02-18-2007, 04:12 PM
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yes that is very true, the trash comes from metal shavings on the crank when spining too high an rpm.. However, Im just sure about the person above - But most prochargers have to be removed to change the oil - or use a syphon - for my DD i prefer not to have to deal with that. Also the gears in the vortech unit or d1 will last longer - sometimes alot longer in a high hp application - given that extra amount of cooling. There are alot of factors in determining your blower. Like P-1sc would be great, but for the D level step, that usually means a built motor and n20 is on the way, so there I would move way from the sc again - both setups require you to be maticulous about changing the oil
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Old 02-19-2007, 01:38 PM
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the D-1 does alot more than that
Well, talk to ATI about their spec sheet then.

BTW, that was both helpful and insightful, would you care to elaborate?
well if your going to be ****... figure it out yourself
Reading is a skill. He asked about a D-1SC not the D-1. I was only providing the technical differences between the two models. As far as a D-1SC's step up ratio, it's the same as the P-1SC's step-up ratio. But what do I, ATI's website, and ATI technicians know? Ok, so ATI technicians don't know jack, I digress...

While I would suggest upgrading anyway since it's only 400 bucks, I don't know how much of difference the stock block will realize. Again, I would get it for scalability reasons but the differences will be negligible in his application.

If you're going to go to a D-1 just say F-it and get the F-1. Again, not the correctchoice in this application but if you're going to overdo it, overdo it right.

I'm a ****? Who submitted a post saying "nuh-uh" without any supporting info?
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Old 02-19-2007, 01:44 PM
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yea the d-1 taps the pan... taping the pan is actually better.. bc what procharger doesnt tell you is that with the s/c units - you have to remove them to change the oil every 6kmiles... a real PITA - or pay your dealer 100 bucks to use his special tool to do it, also Im probly going to put in an oil cooler, (if my model doesnt already have one ..[&:]) and that would take car of any heat issues... taping the pan is better IMO, bc the s/c is still hot azz oil, and you wouldnt have to buy "procharger" oil which is expensive...
LMFAO. Special tools?[&:] Yeah, I use a socket wrench and a 1 cup measuring cup to change my oil. I have changed my oil three times this year and have all of about 1 hour into those three changes. 40 minutes of that hour was the first time I tried to syphon it out. I slide the measuring cup up under the head unit while I crawl under the car. I loosen the drain plug until it is almost out. I then reach up with one hand to pull the plug and use the other to slide the measuring cup over to catch the oil. The only trick is not spilling the oil when you try to pull the full cup out of the engine bay.

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