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Old 01-28-2016, 09:16 PM   #6833
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I have running 335 on the stock motor with an 85mm pulley. I only have 3k miles on the supercharge and 72k on the car. The tune is from moto east and runs e85. The fuel and exhaust system has also been upgraded to support the 335. The car is also an auto.

The car is a lot more fun but the stock tires wont stop screaming��. I do plan on building up the motor in a few years unless it lets go before that.
is your drive pulley coming in contact with the hood at all?
Im thinking of putting a slim washer in between my hood hinges to try and make clearance.

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Power per dollar on this kit is best spent elsewhere. I have a 210 kit running ~ 280 RWHP and 12.8@110 in the 1/4 mile on 400 treadwear all seasons. If you're not going to build the motor you'll gain about 55-60 WHP and you'll have to upgrade clutch, fueling, etc especially if you want to run e85..

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I'm actually getting a second hand kit and will be spending less than a non-intercooled 210 kit! :thumb: I just haven't decided if I want to have it rebuilt by BBM before installing it for the added peace of mind.
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Old 01-28-2016, 11:24 PM   #6834
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The pulley never came in contact but the belt did rub the paint on the inner hood structure a little under full throtle. A little hammer work on the inner structure and nothing rubs, it didnt take much just dented the drivers side of the rib.
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Old 01-29-2016, 02:59 AM   #6835
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To me getting a 335 and just going with a bigger pulley to keep the boost down seems preferable than maxing out a 210. Especially if you are getting it at a good price.
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Old 01-30-2016, 11:58 PM   #6836
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Hey guys!
So after about 4 month of serious deliberation as to which direction to go, I think I'm going to go with the Sprintex 210 kit! This was infact the first kit I looked into and sparked my interest in forced induction.

Few questions though for the experts:

How hard it is to upgrade to the 335 once engine is built etc? Does the manifold have to change or is it just the intake tubing at the back of the SC and the SC itself?
I'm buying a used kit from Bullet Australia who are the guys that designed the kit for the 86. About $4000 AUD which is 2k less than new. Not too bad a price seeing as there are none here second hand in Aus.

Any issues I should be wary of, check for with a second hand kit or preventatives for the kit when installing? I've read over install notes etc etc, just looking for general tips.

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Old 01-31-2016, 03:07 PM   #6837
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so I've got my kit installed, but a quick questiong about catch cans.

I will be running one on the intake side, before the intake.

The pcv/crankcase one...the catch can is installed before the breather tube(well, inline with it)? On the back of the supercharger, there are the 3 connections, evap, breather and brake booster. Its the breather one that the cc connects to, right?
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Old 01-31-2016, 04:41 PM   #6838
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Old 01-31-2016, 04:44 PM   #6839
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Hey guys!
So after about 4 month of serious deliberation as to which direction to go, I think I'm going to go with the Sprintex 210 kit! This was infact the first kit I looked into and sparked my interest in forced induction.

Few questions though for the experts:

How hard it is to upgrade to the 335 once engine is built etc? Does the manifold have to change or is it just the intake tubing at the back of the SC and the SC itself?
I'm buying a used kit from Bullet Australia who are the guys that designed the kit for the 86. About $4000 AUD which is 2k less than new. Not too bad a price seeing as there are none here second hand in Aus.

Any issues I should be wary of, check for with a second hand kit or preventatives for the kit when installing? I've read over install notes etc etc, just looking for general tips.

Thanks guys!
The only difference between the 210 and the 335 is the charger itself and the intake tube
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Old 02-04-2016, 06:11 PM   #6840
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To me getting a 335 and just going with a bigger pulley to keep the boost down seems preferable than maxing out a 210. Especially if you are getting it at a good price.
Boost levels arent really the issue here though, its the strain that so much rotational mass puts on the FA20 engine. The 335 is just too large.
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:29 AM   #6841
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Boost levels arent really the issue here though, its the strain that so much rotational mass puts on the FA20 engine. The 335 is just too large.
Yes it's a quite a fair bit more torque that the 335 puts out, but I would never say it's "too large" for the FA20

Plenty of people running the 335 on here without any issues
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Yes it's a quite a fair bit more torque that the 335 puts out, but I would never say it's "too large" for the FA20

Plenty of people running the 335 on here without any issues
I said nothing about the torque it outputs of the blower. I am speaking of the parasitic load required to turn it. Even the bullet website itself says its meant for 3+L engines

And there are more people using them that have issues than those without.
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Sprintex 335 and other performance engine parts for sale

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So sad to see you go so soon. I look forward to see what you have planned next!


also, .02 - buy the 335. larger pulley. call it a day. The upgradability of the kit alone makes it far more valuable than the 210 imho... and that's coming from a 210 owner.


or buy the 335 and swap it for my 210. thx
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So sad to see you go so soon. I look forward to see what you have planned next!


also, .02 - buy the 335. larger pulley. call it a day. The upgradability of the kit alone makes it far more valuable than the 210 imho... and that's coming from a 210 owner.


or buy the 335 and swap it for my 210. thx
I won't be going anywhere bud, still keeping the car just given up with the FA20 and had an offer that I can't refuse for a bigger, better and more reliable engine

Happy to discuss pricing for the 335 if you're interested?
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I won't be going anywhere bud, still keeping the car just given up with the FA20 and had an offer that I can't refuse for a bigger, better and more reliable engine

Happy to discuss pricing for the 335 if you're interested?
Lol I wish. If I would have known the 335 goes so cheap used I wouldn't have bought the 210. :p glws
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