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Old 12-04-2014, 09:52 AM   #15
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Looks like a Headcrab from Half Life.
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Old 12-04-2014, 11:09 AM   #16
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Looks like a Headcrab from Half Life.
Hahaha. Tru, tru.

Not liking the red color, but with a manifold that big we could Vincent Van Gogh's Starry night portrait pained on there... Or a nice representing meme:



Either way, I'm in
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Old 12-04-2014, 11:54 PM   #17
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"2015 TVS Supercharger kit release sneak peak.."
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Old 12-05-2014, 12:29 AM   #18
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Looks like two W2A cores, much better.
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Looks like two W2A cores, much better.
Hmm I think it depends. What's the area of the cores?

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Hmm I think it depends. What's the area of the cores?
Look at the two water passages on both sides?
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Looks interesting, Hope it makes decent power.
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The e-force superchargers...

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Consider this post an inappropriate comment about how cool this is. TVS is pretty kick ass stuff. However, I'm not sure it's going to matter much in the aftermarket, where tune, exhaust, and a whole host of other things matter just as much as the type of FI used.
The e-force superchargers are big on carb cert and give good results.

I've been looking at doing a twin with the drive train from a 2013, 14 camaro ss and I was looking at using the e-force..

I would love to have a twin with the brakes, rear end, engine and trans of a camaro with the weight of a twin and an e-force making 600 hp AND be legitimately CARB legal.

But I'd still like to have my twin as a 300whp DD...

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Looks interesting, Hope it makes decent power.
If it makes at least as much power as the 210+ kit with more headroom AND gets CARB, I'll take it :P
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If it makes at least as much power as the 210+ kit with more headroom AND gets CARB, I'll take it :P

I'd expect the kit to make around the same power as every other CARB kit, in CARB form. There's only so much you can do with CA 91.

However, there will be more than enough overhead to require a built engine to utilize the full potential of the supercharger.
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I just want a carb sticker...

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I'd expect the kit to make around the same power as every other CARB kit, in CARB form. There's only so much you can do with CA 91.

However, there will be more than enough overhead to require a built engine to utilize the full potential of the supercharger.
Once I have a carb sticker, I'll switch to E-85....

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actually, with the S/C's I'm developing, I'm trying to make them stealth.

Mount it under the stock air box and feed it through a front mount IC and then through the stock air box with a silicone (or aluminum) intake hose going through the stock air box and between the air box and intake manifold.

i've also considered doing a remote mount turbo INSIDE the stock muffler (although heat could be an issue (an open top with air ducting to it could minimize that though)) with disguised piping to a front IC and then hidden piping going through the stock air box. For an ultimate sleeper
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Once I have a carb sticker, I'll switch to E-85....

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actually, with the S/C's I'm developing, I'm trying to make them stealth.

Mount it under the stock air box and feed it through a front mount IC and then through the stock air box with a silicone (or aluminum) intake hose going through the stock air box and between the air box and intake manifold.

i've also considered doing a remote mount turbo INSIDE the stock muffler (although heat could be an issue (an open top with air ducting to it could minimize that though)) with disguised piping to a front IC and then hidden piping going through the stock air box. For an ultimate sleeper
LOL I love this type of thinking! I've had some similar thoughts.
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Once I have a carb sticker, I'll switch to E-85....

Jaden

actually, with the S/C's I'm developing, I'm trying to make them stealth.

Mount it under the stock air box and feed it through a front mount IC and then through the stock air box with a silicone (or aluminum) intake hose going through the stock air box and between the air box and intake manifold.

i've also considered doing a remote mount turbo INSIDE the stock muffler (although heat could be an issue (an open top with air ducting to it could minimize that though)) with disguised piping to a front IC and then hidden piping going through the stock air box. For an ultimate sleeper
Do it! And then make me one.
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