Supercharger, intake manifold, manifold to TB, belts, brackets, and possibly injectors....?So Phil what exactly is required parts wise for someone who wants a kit that is still in NA form at the moment?
Absolutely!...let us know when we can send paymentVery cool...thanks for taking the time to design this and make it so it was an "upgrade" vs. a whole new kit.
Keep the price less than $2k (or there abouts) and you will sell one to anyone who has already purchased a SC!
I'm going to plug for Phil here.Thanks for all the kind feedback everyone. I think it's fair to say that there's enough interest to make a BUNCH more of these kits. Here's what I'll do. I'll visit with the "usual suspects" about tunes, distribution, packaging, etc. I'm quite certain that details for distribution would be ironed out in Jan '09, which is surprisingly fast approaching with the holiday season already here :crazyeyes
In the meantime, there are two other forum members that are installing the kit soon as upgrades (one BWR and the other S111 Katana). Given the compression ratios involved, I'm actually expecting a little more HP/TQ from their cars given the higher static compression ratio of the stock engine.
Pricing is obviously still in the works. What I know is that the upgrade kit will be substantially cheaper than your original kit cost you. To be any more specific than that, would purely be speculation at this point. This is really very close to a ready to mass produce level just as it sits on my car, so there's not much else to iron out from the hardware side:coolnana:
I'm still open for questions about performance, hardware, etc... but I won't have any specific answers about price and how it will be delivered to the community until closer to January...
Thanks again! Projects like this are certainly fun and exciting! :up:
Disregard the above post I have found what you mean......
So who has the inlet manifold advantage then Sector, BWR, VF or Original Lotus S manifold?
Or are these all basically identical
I'll let you know in about 7 days...the blowers have landed on American soil! :shift: Phil is nothing short of a perfectionist.Yeah Phil's pretty anal, and I mean that in a good way. I would expect/demand top notch workmanship -- and he has the tools/equipment to do it.