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Old 04-12-2012, 06:54 PM   #1
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that is pure sex but why a supercharger when subies have had great experience with turbos?
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^^ cause its not a BRZ
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Omg that looks dope
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that is pure sex but why a supercharger when subies have had great experience with turbos?
Not 100% sure why. I could be the clearance.
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^^ cause its not a BRZ
That post makes no sense, it's a subie motor lol
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Not 100% sure why. I could be the clearance.
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This would be the best thing for the FR-S, Its looks were the only thing winning awards in my book. But now SC! A big Win.
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that is pure sex but why a supercharger when subies have had great experience with turbos?
My guess is because they are going for acceleration and not top end.....maybe for drift applications? Either way...I'm in love hehe.
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they need to center the intercooler better! lol
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^^^i noticed that too!
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not a turbo because this motor was never designed for turbo. it may be easier to fit a SC than a TC. With the motor sitting so far back I am not sure you would even be able to fit a turbo on that motor how it normally sits on a WRX/STi/FXT/LGT
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i wonder what the boost is.
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I can dig 250whp...In this lightweight chassis, that should be mid-low 13's for a daily driver. Where did you see it that it made 250whp on the stock motor? I posted that video in the Lounge section. Love to see it on the dry to see how the power puts down.

I see that they redesigned it also, compared to the pic I posted above.
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:46 PM   #17
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I think HKS is going to have two versions of the supercharger. A street kit and a racing kit. If you look at version two they removed the A/C.

I used the Google translator
The Japanese forums said 250ps
http://ft86.me/forum_patio/cgi-bin/r...s=forum&no=195

HKS86はノーマル状態で172psだったそうなので、
今回スーパーチャージャー付けて250psということは78psアップ!
夢が広がりますw

Since it was HKS86 172ps in the normal state,
That is 78ps 250ps supercharger up with this!
W extends the dream

Here are some more parts and another video from HKS.
sts manifolds (86 look better for me)




cams...


supercharger kit and oilcooler kit


6-speed sequential transmission


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4u_r...ature=youtu.be
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Dang...on the trans. That was FAST!

The Header looks good. Hope someone can come up with a way to get a turbo routed in there. Wonder if that re-design can be re-routed to keep AC, cause I like the way that looks compared to the original (or street version if it is the street one).
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HKS has been working around the clock. I want to see the greddy turbo kit. It might be a small turbo due to limited space in the engine bay.
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16G FTW!
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