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Old 07-03-2022, 11:48 PM   #1
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Question Supercharger - Sprintex S5 210 vs SPS model? Differences?

Im seeing a price difference but on ft86speed website the descriptions are the same - unless I missed something.

Can anyone help clear this up for me??

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Former has Sprintex S5-210 1.0L twin screw compressor.
Latter has S5-335 1.5L supercharger.

So depends on if you want to keep a stock engine and boost where you need the former or want to really up the game and forge the rods and add the rest of the supporting mods like fuel pump, bigger injectors etc in which case you need the latter.
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Incorrect.

Both 210 and 335 have sps upgrade option.


Sps upgrade is a special coating on the rotors. It should make the unit roughly 8% more efficient/ more boost.

If you plan on going 69mm pulley and still wanted to squeeze just a little more the sps might be the way to go, however at that point a 335 unit with the largest pulley IIRC 85mm pulley makes about 14psi would probably be a better option. If you had plans to build the block and wanted to push a 335 unit as much as possible the sps upgrade would be worth it at that point IMO.
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Incorrect.

Both 210 and 335 have sps upgrade option.


Sps upgrade is a special coating on the rotors. It should make the unit roughly 8% more efficient/ more boost.

If you plan on going 69mm pulley and still wanted to squeeze just a little more the sps might be the way to go, however at that point a 335 unit with the largest pulley IIRC 85mm pulley makes about 14psi would probably be a better option. If you had plans to build the block and wanted to push a 335 unit as much as possible the sps upgrade would be worth it at that point IMO.
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