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|06-07-2019 08:26 PM|
If I do it Iíll go BOE. Best bang for the buck and a complete kit. Iíd live to do the kit plus e85 to see the results
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|06-07-2019 10:46 AM|
|JoeyV.||Thanks all! I bought this an car because it was a rebuilt title for 25k. It had only front bumper damage and no airbag pop or any other type of damage. I figure the 25k cost plus the super charger cost I’d still be a bit less than an 2012 S Not sure I will need the charger yet I didn’t even receive the car from the shipper..|
|06-07-2019 08:06 AM|
Originally Posted by DBG View Post
|06-07-2019 12:51 AM|
|DBG||Simply Sports Cars (SSC) do a kit also I believe.|
|06-06-2019 05:02 PM|
|John Z||I have the boe kit. Definitely much quicker now lol.|
|06-06-2019 03:35 PM|
Someone didn't bother to do their home work. :P
Like ShadowWulf stated BOE makes a kit as he has linked to. Others (very few) have done the conversion by sourcing stock S parts. MonkeyWrench Racing sells a wonky kit but I wouldn't recommend it as well as the S supercharger itself.
The BOE kit makes some great power WAAAY above stock S power levels. I would opt for BOE's complete kit if I was going to have a go at it. At $12k plus another 20-30hrs of labor to install, it isn't cheap.
Moot point now but with the delta of the prices on the S1 S cars being not much more over a non S - compared to S/C'ing a non S - why did you go NA if you wanted to supercharge? Just asking, I have an NA myself and would love to SC! When I bought there was a big difference in price than what I found my 2011 NA for.
|06-06-2019 01:19 PM|
If you want a full kit, BOE is the place to go. Iím sure other companies offer just a supercharger, but this should have everything you need included.
|06-06-2019 01:14 PM|
Anyone make a supercharger for the Evora 2x2 yet??
Just bought a 2012 Lotus Evora the non S model. I would love to supercharge. Anyone make a kit yet? Thanks!!