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Old 08-15-2014, 01:45 AM   #771
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Will be saving up for the jrsc carb kit after I get my is300 repainted and possibly a rebuilt 2jzge with get internals. I haven't even put 200 miles on my frs yet but with all the positive feedback I've read on it I'm convinced it's the route I'll take.
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The small amount isn't going to cause any issues. When I pulled off my intercooler and cleaned it after 20+ years nothing drained out, I had to use solvent to get anything out and even then it was minor.
That's the exact opposite of my experience on my DSM. 3 years at the 300-350 hp level and a few tablespoons of oil poured out of the FMIC when I removed it. Looked inside and saw a pretty heavy coating of oil everywhere.

This is on an engine that never had a questionable compression test.
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Will be saving up for the jrsc carb kit after I get my is300 repainted and possibly a rebuilt 2jzge with get internals. I haven't even put 200 miles on my frs yet but with all the positive feedback I've read on it I'm convinced it's the route I'll take.
Let us know when you're ready.
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who here has the JR kit with a full exhaust without cats? What kind of power did you make and who tuned your car?
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who here has the JR kit with a full exhaust without cats? What kind of power did you make and who tuned your car?
What kind of gas do you have up in Quebec? I can probably give you an idea based on that.
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Hey guys if I order the complete kit is it truly a bolt down and go with no fitment or any issues. How do you guys like the kit and is reliable because I'm trying to figure out which supercharger kit to purchase and I like this one
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We are going to use some 94 octane gas, i beleive it has some ethanol in it so it is not perfect, i would guess it is an equivalent between your 91 and 93. We can also run some race gas for the big events but i am limited in terms of horsepower anyway.
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We are going to use some 94 octane gas, i beleive it has some ethanol in it so it is not perfect, i would guess it is an equivalent between your 91 and 93. We can also run some race gas for the big events but i am limited in terms of horsepower anyway.
I've heard from a few people that the 94 runs worse than 91. It would be worth logging a couple tanks to verify.
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yeah some say the Shell 91 is a little better than our 94, problem is it is our race serie spec fuel so we don't have the choice to use it, it's either that or race fuel but race fuel is double the price.

So i guess saying it is equivalent to at least 91 without ethanol is safe
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Hey guys if I order the complete kit is it truly a bolt down and go with no fitment or any issues. How do you guys like the kit and is reliable because I'm trying to figure out which supercharger kit to purchase and I like this one

It's a perfect bolt on, no modification, like ikea building furniture kit... but a little more expensive than a an ikea night stand

In all seriousness, it's really easy and doesn't require any modifications. Just bolt it on, flash the tune, and you'll smile so much your cheeks will hurt
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It's a perfect bolt on, no modification, like ikea building furniture kit... but a little more expensive than a an ikea night stand

In all seriousness, it's really easy and doesn't require any modifications. Just bolt it on, flash the tune, and you'll smile so much your cheeks will hurt

The instructions say that the A/C shroud needs trimming to fit the supercharger in the front of the engine bay.
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The instructions say that the A/C shroud needs trimming to fit the supercharger in the front of the engine bay.

I didn't cut anything. I installed the Raceseng S1 pulley kit and wanted to show said pulley's beautiful craftsmanship
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We are going to use some 94 octane gas, i beleive it has some ethanol in it so it is not perfect, i would guess it is an equivalent between your 91 and 93. We can also run some race gas for the big events but i am limited in terms of horsepower anyway.
Lets say it's 93 octane. Without cats, and a full exhaust, I'd expect to see low 300's at the crank.
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The instructions say that the A/C shroud needs trimming to fit the supercharger in the front of the engine bay.
Most people just don't put the covers back on :p
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