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I kinda looked around and maybe I missed it but what would it take for me to put a 2.0l supercharger on my 2.2l? The supercharger and a new belt? I know it replaces my air intake and I'd need a new air filter assembly but is that it? Other than that has anyone done it and how much power is to be expected?
 

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The big things are tuning and some sort of fuel management system.
 

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Css.net would probably be more helpful on this topic, but make sure to wear your flame suit. This wouldn't be a simple bolt on procedure by any means. I would suggest a turbo honestly, it would be easier to plumb your own system for that than finding a supercharger that fits. Plus, unless you get a twin screw supercharger (big bucks) any other roots type would draw too much parasitic loss, and the 2.2 doesn't make enough power for that. Centrifugal superchargers suck also, so I'd go turbo.
 

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gmpp parts sell a supercharger that fits the 2.2 ecotec, the whole kit is designed for the ecotec cavaliers and sunfires. alot of the components will work, obviously the tuning portion will not.
 
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