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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-09-2008, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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supposingly this electricsupercharger works

Ok so I found this one website where it looks legit,but maybe you guys have heard about this or not,here is the link to the site Electric Superchargers

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Ok so I found this one website where it looks legit,but maybe you guys have heard about this or not,here is the link to the site Electric Superchargers
the one i bought(which wasnt from them) was total bull. i would be hesitant, how much are they asking?
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100 dollars for it haha

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100 dollars for it haha
i say dont then, mine cost $72, and it's all plastic. barely seals. A leaf blower could give more boost

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true but supposingly they're throwing in a boost gauge for free and a ecu

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true but supposingly they're throwing in a boost gauge for free and a ecu
then definitely dont. It's a ploy to get your money.
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There's that old addage

If it's too good to be true it probably isn't...........

Just do a little research before buying. Don't believe what the seller is saying find out through other sources. Here are a few to consider.

Amazon.com: Supercharged! Design, Testing and Installation of Supercharger Systems: Corky Bell: Books

Amazon.com: Supercharging, Turbocharging and Nitrous Oxide Performance (Motorbooks Workshop): Earl Davis,Diane Davis: Books

courtisey of IMADreamer

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in response to the thread title alone "supposedly" well "supposedly those resistor chips work" but they don't.

If you want FI save the money and do it correctly.
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thats why I would rather get a rebuilt eaton m62 then for 900 dollars

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thats why I would rather get a rebuilt eaton m62 then for 900 dollars
Then just go ahead and do that lol. Forget this worthless crap.

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