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Hi, my name is greg and I own a company called Forced Induction Technolgies.

Our web address is www.superchargemyride.com

My best friend owns Procharger here in Kansas City. They Currently have no plans to do a kit for the 300C or Magnum but we want to.

We just finished doing a Mercury Marauder kit. Stock the car made 250RWHP after we Superchargerd it we made 475RWHP and detuned it down to 440RWHP. They haul a##.

I wanted to see how many people would be interested in a complete turn key intercooled supercharger kit that would reatil for around $5000.00?

We can make alot of RWHP but I am not sure how much these cars can take and be safe. Motor trans and rear axles.

If there are enoughf people interested than I will be more than happy to become a venor on this site.

Thanks, Greg (maraudernkc)

 

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Supercharger

I for one would be very interested. A possible substitute for a SRT-8 for those of us already owning a 300C.

Please keep us advised.
 

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That werkz.
Hey, maraudernkc, reading through your site under the topic "Detontation Explained" it spoke about supercharging marine applications - ever do this?
Does it require water intake plumbing to "inter-cool" the super/pro-charger (and what is the difference anyway?)?
Have two Mark IV GM 454s I'd like to surprise the marina with next year. Pls inform.
THANX!
 

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Procharger makes air to water kits for the boat market. Air to water on a boat is the best way to go. The lake or ocean is your radiator of cool water.

you can go to
www.Procharger.com



QUOTE=Redman]That werkz.
Hey, maraudernkc, reading through your site under the topic "Detontation Explained" it spoke about supercharging marine applications - ever do this?
Does it require water intake plumbing to "inter-cool" the super/pro-charger (and what is the difference anyway?)?
Have two Mark IV GM 454s I'd like to surprise the marina with next year. Pls inform.
THANX![/QUOTE]
 

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I joined this board to make sure of one thing. Everyone understands Greg. I have no major problem with Greg other than he doesn't tell the truth.


Greg seems to make a good kit for the Marauder. It has the ability to be a good kit. Only problem is that he has lied to the Marauder community about it. During the intitial testing of the kit Greg blew the engine. No problem. Innovation takes time and money and hopefully a good tune. Greg, allegedly didn't have a good tune. We would have been willing to forgive him for this...but what does he do?

He lies to the Marauder community and tells everyone he's rebuilding his engine because 450rwhp wasn't enough. Then...he sold an untested kit to a member in Florida. This member (with Greg's help...finally) was able to finally get the kit to work. The kit has finally come out to something that is saleable.

I'm not saying Greg can't produce a kit. Just be aware that the first few kits might be flawed...and he may not be around to take responsibility for them.

Greg has continued to deny problems with his Maruauder kit...even when questioned multiple times. It took his first customer coming forward (and being honest) to bring things to light...(and Greg still hasn't taken full responsibility).

Good luck 300 gents/ladies. I'm not warning you of aftermarket adders...just be aware of Greg and his continually shady tactics.


PS: This post will be edited if Greg ever comes clean in the Marauder Community.
 

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There is a head case on every site. Feel free to go to mercurymarauder.net

Go to Forums and look under the Vendor section and you will see our company listed.

Forced Induction Technologies and look at all the nice respones I have from the guys there including guys that have Eaton blowers on there Marauders.

We just ran a special for a complete kit $5000.00 Installed and sold 4 kits in 24 Hours.

Thanks, Greg (maraudernkc)
 

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Again, I'm not saying Greg can't sell a kit. Just beware of his tactics.

The original MM kit didn't even include a boost gauge and he wanted CORE returns. After complaints he CHANGED it...and is now not getting the core returns.

Its still a shady kit. Beware MM owners.....as his tune is supposedly good...it took him to the 3rd kit to get it right. At the minimum.

He's claiming 4 kits in the last how many hours?

Finally got it right....or so they think. Just don't be the first 2-3 ordering.
 

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There is a head case on every site. Feel free to go to mercurymarauder.net

Go to Forums and look under the Vendor section and you will see our company listed.

Forced Induction Technologies and look at all the nice respones I have from the guys there including guys that have Eaton blowers on there Marauders.

We just ran a special for a complete kit $5000.00 Installed and sold 4 kits in 24 Hours.

Thanks, Greg (maraudernkc)
Ironically Greg has lied on every site he's posted on. And he's unappreciative that I've been calling him on it.

Head case? I'll call you out as a simple liar. You can call me a head case all you want...but don't lie to people. You'll be realized and not appreciated.

And just because you're a vendor at MM.net doesn't mean your a honest person.
 

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Being a member here for a while and you guys accepting me is great. It is not always easy for someone from the outside to be accepted. I will say that Greg (Maraudernkc) is a vendor on our site (www.mercurymarauder.net). There has been a lot of discussion on our board about his kit. There were some issues at first as with any new item. Things have been worked out with his kit and he now offers a good alternative to the other blower choices. As a matter of fact, three of his kits were purchased in one day to three lucky Marauder owners. If you want to purchase a blower for your car, do as we have done and look at all the choices and then make your decision. Please give Greg a chance to bring you a good product as he has done with us. Good luck with your kit Greg.
 

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I joined this board to make sure of one thing...
FiveO, your opening statement says it all...
So consider your mission accomplished; you have made your point known and we have both sides of the story now...
I think we would all appreciate it if you didn't use this forum as your personal sparring ring.

Welcome to the forums Greg, bigslim is a respected member and his vote of confidence for you will be a comfort to many. As 300 owners, we definitely understand that there can be problems with the first edition of a product... Many of us experienced this first hand with our 300 itself, let alone with aftermarket items!

Hope you get the interest you need - let the experiments begin...
(it would be good to get it right before you get it out though ;) )
 

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Bigslim, Thank you for the post. We did have some issues at first but they were on my car. I would never sell a kit to someone that was not right.

Thanks again for your post! :)

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Being a member here for a while and you guys accepting me is great. It is not always easy for someone from the outside to be accepted. I will say that Greg (Maraudernkc) is a vendor on our site (www.mercurymarauder.net). There has been a lot of discussion on our board about his kit. There were some issues at first as with any new item. Things have been worked out with his kit and he now offers a good alternative to the other blower choices. As a matter of fact, three of his kits were purchased in one day to three lucky Marauder owners. If you want to purchase a blower for your car, do as we have done and look at all the choices and then make your decision. Please give Greg a chance to bring you a good product as he has done with us. Good luck with your kit Greg.
 

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HEMEEE, Thanks for the welcome. If anyone wants to talk to any of my customers, just let me know. They are 100% satisfied. There can and will be problems at first. On supercharged applications we change fuel Injectors, MAF, Fuel pump, Spark Plugs and alot of other items. We make sure the problems are worked out before you buy the product.

I though there would be more of a response for people wanting there 300C supercharged.

Maybe they are too new and alot of folks want to wait until there warranty expires.

Thanks, Greg

HEMEEE said:
FiveO, your opening statement says it all...
So consider your mission accomplished; you have made your point known and we have both sides of the story now...
I think we would all appreciate it if you didn't use this forum as your personal sparring ring.

Welcome to the forums Greg, bigslim is a respected member and his vote of confidence for you will be a comfort to many. As 300 owners, we definitely understand that there can be problems with the first edition of a product... Many of us experienced this first hand with our 300 itself, let alone with aftermarket items!

Hope you get the interest you need - let the experiments begin...
(it would be good to get it right before you get it out though ;) )
 

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HEMEEE, Thanks for the welcome. If anyone wants to talk to any of my customers, just let me know. They are 100% satisfied. There can and will be problems at first. On supercharged applications we change fuel Injectors, MAF, Fuel pump, Spark Plugs and alot of other items. We make sure the problems are worked out before you buy the product.

I though there would be more of a response for people wanting there 300C supercharged.

Maybe they are too new and alot of folks want to wait until there warranty expires.

Thanks, Greg


Greg- I am very big in the street / track racing scene here in Kansas City and I have never heard of you, your car, or your shop. I too am good friends with the guys over at procharger however they have yet to mention you. Maybe we can meet up some time this weekend and you can show my the work that you do. Let me know I am curious.
 

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Hello everyone. I'm Tallboy [Chuck] and am new here. I think 300Cs are ass-kicking cars and I have a lot of respect for them and their owners. I hope to add one [or a Charger] to my fleet next year.

I own a Trilogy Supercharged Marauder.

I've been following this Procharger thread and wanted to say "HI" instead of just lurking in the background.
 

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On supercharged applications we change fuel Injectors, MAF, Fuel pump, Spark Plugs and alot of other items.
I like the sound of this so far, but there is not MAF on a Hemi.

Anyone who doesn't understand all of the concepts that are going on under the hood of a blown stock car needs to educate themselves. You can slam kit builders all you want but it doesn't change the fact that most cars go BOOM because the end user either didn't tune or install the kit correctly!!!!

You will always run into tuning problems with ANY kit.

Maraudernkc:

How are you going to incorporate fuel and spark management into your kit, meaning what components will this consist of?

New fuel pump and injectors are just a start.

hmmmm....spark plugs can get pricey, I just realized we need 16 :D j/k

P.S. I like the idea of a procharger vs. a roots blower on the hemi. The hemi already produces tire shredding low end torque. The centri blowers give power when you want it, over 3k rpm which should lessen the "shock" to your drivetrain and produce high RPM peak power output.

Keep in mind though, you're track times (if that's what's important) will not be as good typically (60ft) due to parasitic loss and no boost until higher RPM's. However, if you run it on the street and just want "passing power" a centrifugal is the way to go.

Just my opinion, Looking forward to seeing people's results.
 

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Ktrends, I sent you a pm with my phone number.

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Greg- I am very big in the street / track racing scene here in Kansas City and I have never heard of you, your car, or your shop. I too am good friends with the guys over at procharger however they have yet to mention you. Maybe we can meet up some time this weekend and you can show my the work that you do. Let me know I am curious.
 

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vvv90, sorry I have been swamped with one job and our Marauder kits are selling great. We are now caught up and are going to get either a 300C or Magnum to start working on. This will be an air to air Intercooler kit using Procharger componets. We like the air to air for the street. If you drag only than air to water is the way to go because you can chill the water to below ambient. We are not tuners but builders of complete supercharger kits. Tuning is so important and now that there is some tuning avaliable for these cars we feel ok to move forward. I hope we achieve a price of $4500.00 retail. That is a goal not a promise. Our kits will always be complete and come with tuning and everthing needed to install the kit.

Thanks, Greg

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I like the sound of this so far, but there is not MAF on a Hemi.

Anyone who doesn't understand all of the concepts that are going on under the hood of a blown stock car needs to educate themselves. You can slam kit builders all you want but it doesn't change the fact that most cars go BOOM because the end user either didn't tune or install the kit correctly!!!!

You will always run into tuning problems with ANY kit.

Maraudernkc:

How are you going to incorporate fuel and spark management into your kit, meaning what components will this consist of?

New fuel pump and injectors are just a start.

hmmmm....spark plugs can get pricey, I just realized we need 16 :D j/k

P.S. I like the idea of a procharger vs. a roots blower on the hemi. The hemi already produces tire shredding low end torque. The centri blowers give power when you want it, over 3k rpm which should lessen the "shock" to your drivetrain and produce high RPM peak power output.

Keep in mind though, you're track times (if that's what's important) will not be as good typically (60ft) due to parasitic loss and no boost until higher RPM's. However, if you run it on the street and just want "passing power" a centrifugal is the way to go.

Just my opinion, Looking forward to seeing people's results.
 
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