THE FUNNY THING IS MY BUDDY BOUGHT ONE OF THESE LIKE 2 YEARS AGO INSTALLED IT ON HIS MITSUBISHI 3000 GT AND IT MADE NOTICEABLE DIFFERENCE WHEN TURNED ON IT WOULKD DEF SPIN THE TIRES MORE WHEN SHIFTING IT WOULD OF BEEN NICE TO TAKE IT TO A DYNO AND SEE WHAT IT REALLY DID !!!!!Get this!
Sure, it's crap.
But, it's only like fifty bucks on eBay! :wink:
Then you can tell everyone you have a Supercharger! :tongue:
It all depends on what your end goal is and how much money you have to spend. Good advice given here to you. You can build a very fast NA car, but a blower is bad ass!!!Thanks once again for the heads up, i plan on stripping a 94-96 Caprice all the way down and customize paints, and performance tune the engine then get a Supercharger just for those quick sprints on Sunday's
Start with 2.5 inch exhaust and air intake. Add headers. Then heads and cam. Le2 heads and cam setups are about $1650. LT4 kit is around $2,300-$3,300 depending on where you get it. (LT4 includes a new intake) Rear gear ratio to 3.73 and balance drive shaft. Stall converter on rebuilt tranny.
All of that is about the same price as a good Super Charger.(Maybe a G or two more, but close)
Reprogram your chip to support the mods. You have to get the core done before you start adding the gold plating. Capiche...
Obviously, ignorance.Why the LT4 recommendation?
If you have that much money you can build yourself a nice supercharged setup. Do you have to worry about emmission checks?Money won't really be an issue, I have about 25k put to the side to mod up my Project Caprice, so If I need more than I'll get more, but the Caprice in the pictures is just my daily driver with the LT1