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Nitrous

The company in tenn. That made superchargers for 911 is now defunct. One
could design their own. The most difficult part of the conversion is the mounting
bracket. There are small superchargers that look like a turbo and in most cases
I've seen these applications successful with the only addition of larger fuel
Injectors. Take a look at power dyne superchargers on eBay.I bought one for
$50 and spent another $100 on a new belt and bearings.

Dry nitrous, without the addition of extra fuel is good for 35-40 hp. Any more
requires additional fuel, solenoids. What I like about nitrous and superchargers
is that it's an on or off. Flip a switch or turn a knob.
Old 06-28-2011, 08:59 AM
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