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944 supercharger kit

Just curious, anyone have a 944 supercharger kit? Interested in your experience with one and if it might be for sale (im exploring power options in case I end up sticking with my 88 NA as opposed to going turbo)

What about electric superchargers?
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Old 03-20-2009, 05:28 PM
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I'll sell you an electric one, barely used on a BMW...


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You can't ask about superchargers on this forum because the forum is filled with wise guys that think they know it all and they usually tell you to buy a 951.
I know that you can add a supercharger but the costs are prohibitive. Experiment and only listen to your inner self.
i get responses like this every time I try to ask something about adding power to the NA. do some searches in this forum and rennlist. something might come up.
Best of luck!
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I think a supercharger setup can make sense if you can do all the labor and any required custom fabrication yourself. Speed Force Racing makes a kit, but at $4500 for the base model and $5500 for the version with an intercooler you might as well just buy a 951.

If you do everything yourself and start off with an inexpensive supercharger (like say an Eaton M-62). I imagine you could do it for a price that's not totally crazy. This is the route Dean924S is taking. Should be interesting to see how it turns out.
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