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I had the supercharger installed at GS Motorsports and wanted to show a few photos. My impressions so far: awesome..... I will tell you that my car is not quite yet complete the way it will be in a few weeks. I had to pick up my car and get it back to Arizona as it has to go into paint Monday. The original test mule Magnum was an early model. When some of the parts fabracated for that car were tried on mine they didn't fit. As the second car out of the shop those things happen. First rule with any major mod - it always takes longer than you think, and if you want instant gratification - don't be the first one. The car will be totally finished in a few weeks after paint, I'll drive it over to California and we will get it totally finished. First of all the thing is a rocket. This from a guy that campained a 69 Vette 427 on the strip for a number of years. I know fast. Complete dyno figures when I get back to CA. I drove it back from LA to Phoenix, 375 miles of 100+ degrees temp after I got to Palm Springs (varied from 106 - 100 the whole way.) With the A/C on full, never any trouble, never overheated, and averaged 21 MPG at 80-85 the whole way. Very seamless operation, not a lot of blower whine, perfect. All parts are very high quality and the guys at GS Motorsports are great.

The blue hose (ugly) and the aftercooler will be changed out next trip.

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cuz while it looks fine today, it's gonne look straight up badass next week.
Your car is really coming along nicely, dillo.
Love the supercharger (gotta get me one of those now), diggin the rear view camera installation and can't wait to see the paint job, man.
My paint job is probably close to a year away. I wanna get more scratches over and done with before makin' it all perty. :)
hey scott, is there a place I can find that radiator overflow bucket by itself?
I be diggin that.
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