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Hey Steve during the night if you have any questions or need a hand tuning the supercharger feel free to give me a call :) I will happily inform you to call yourself :)
 

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im assuming this is not possible to be done on a 3.5ltr!?!??
and if yes how much im quite interested....
would you do a supercharge kit for 350Z as well and if yes how much would that cost?!

Thanx steve
 

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im assuming this is not possible to be done on a 3.5ltr!?!??
and if yes how much im quite interested....
would you do a supercharge kit for 350Z as well and if yes how much would that cost?!

Thanx steve

if there's a demand either then most certainly we'll do one mate
 

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Oooohhhhhhh How exciting. Gonna be interesting to see some figures.

Love your work.
 

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thats looks awesome. come to the U.S.!!!!
 

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Lots of companies/people have tried boosting the 6.1 and failed. Just goes to show that Aussies are not afraid of challenges and can be creative to overcome the hurdles that have defeated others.


I wish you the best of luck and once again highlight the opportunity for big overseas sales if this is a success.
 

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Great work Steve!
We all have high expectations with this project :cool:
With yours/team expertise & a bit of luck :fing02:
Fingers crossed for more than 550 killer wasps :biggrin:
 

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Drool :Eyecrazy:
 

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Steve, the Harrop blower is basically an Eaton unit. Have you tried any other units such as the Kenne Bell or even a Whipple? What did you base the decision to go with the Harrop unit on? Price, efficiency?
 

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Steve, the Harrop blower is basically an Eaton unit. Have you tried any other units such as the Kenne Bell or even a Whipple? What did you base the decision to go with the Harrop unit on? Price, efficiency?

the fact that this is the screw version and is more instant power have try'd the others and believe this will best the best result
 

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Believe me when Steve says he has tried others.....and I am so glad he has gone this way.

They are an awesome unit and have shown some unbelievable gains on LS1/LS2's and from what I heard last night, ST8's. :)

I cannot wait for this on mine.
 

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the fact that this is the screw version and is more instant power have try'd the others and believe this will best the best result
Cool. If it's a twin screw type you'd have the advantage of boost with less temp problems. Good choice. How does the Harrop unit compare to the Kenne Bell?
 

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Believe me when Steve says he has tried others.....and I am so glad he has gone this way.

They are an awesome unit and have shown some unbelievable gains on LS1/LS2's and from what I heard last night, ST8's. :)

I cannot wait for this on mine.
Fair enough. Steve's an old hand at anything boost related, with LOTS of runs on the board so I'm not questioning his knowledge or ability. I know there's a few LS1's running the Harrop unit but that's no surprise considering the Harrop/GMH connection. I'm asking because I haven't looked into this particular unit yet. If a local product is as good as or better thank an imported one and can be used in place of an imported one, I say go for it. Either way, better a PD unit than what's currently available.
 
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