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Vortech supercharger info pls

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Old 08-17-2015, 01:41 AM
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Vortech supercharger info pls

So im still kind of new to my infiniti it has 4,000 miles on the engine witch was rebuilt in the spring. I only really drive it on the weekends. So i wanna put a vortech supercharger on it. Just so i can have a little fun with out getting mysf into to much trouble lol. Anyways i trying to figure out how much hp ill have to the wheels if i did this. I have stillin headers and exhaust with high flow cats. I have the motordyne 5/16 spacer and i have the nwp throttle body kit. If i do go with the supercharger what can i expect?? Also will a stock tranny be able to hold the power?
 
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Old 08-17-2015, 11:05 PM
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Yea im asking what kind of results i will get with some of the othe modifications i have. Im not sure if the headers and exhaust would add a lil somthing or next to nothing. But it seems when i google stuff like this I get a bunch of guys that are all talk. Like i rlly dont need to see another video of somones car running with the supercharger or them driving with it. And when i come to this forum i try to read what everybody is saying but the thing is you get so many guys that say a million diffrent results but somehow have the same setup. So i figured maybe id bring the subject up again and have some guys that actually have the setup comment. Considering most of the threads on the setup are now a few years old.
Oh and i forgot whats the point of looking at the thread and commenting if ur just going to be like that. If u read it and had nothing to contribute then just leave. Not really hard.
 
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Old 08-19-2015, 03:12 PM
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Get on my350z and ask your question in the FI section...they'll treat you much better there...
 
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I would think you would get (depending on the pulley size) between 375-400 RWHP. To go any higher on a stock motor is playing with the disaster. I know many will tell you "I run 550hp all the time, it's lasted for years" and that may be true, but there are so many more that went boom. The longevity in FI is ALL in the tune. A good tune will not hurt the motor near as much a "out of the box" turn. Remember these motors have a 10.5 or 11:1 compression ratio, anything more than 5-7 psi is just asking for it.
 
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All im looking is to get to or as close to 400 hp to wheels. From some of the reading iv done i think 6 or 7 lbs of boost would be my best bet. I still have a while before i do this. Im probably going next spring
 
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All im looking is to get to or as close to 400 hp to wheels. From some of the reading iv done i think 6 or 7 lbs of boost would be my best bet. I still have a while before i do this. Im probably going next spring
with all your current exhaust mods
plus a vortech kit with the 3.12 pulley you will be close to that... however you might run lean
so a tune would definitely put you at 400+ whp and approx 8lbs of boost at 6000 rpm
 
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A fuel/air ratio meter would be a must.
 
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Go big or go home! Vortech v3 with the SI Impeller with 2.87 pulley just pull some timing and you'll be fine and have a lot of fun.
 
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