not an import, but with the supercharger can anyone help

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  1. {WBK}Blood_Lust

    {WBK}Blood_Lust New Member

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    not an import, but with the supercharger you might be more help than american muscle section


    Ok, i got a Bonneville SSEI.

    It's fast with the supercharger but i want to make it faster.

    I don't know much about this sort of thing so any advice would be appreciated.

    I want to spend under $2000 and get the most bang for the buck, any help?
     
  2. Brigante

    Brigante i'm a lurker without an avatar, deal with it

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    change the pulley for more psi. should cost you well under $2k. but then you'll probably need to get other mods to supplement the added air flow, you know stuff for more fuel, like bigger injectors, fmu etc. shoudl all still cost well under $2k. good luck!
     
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    thanks bro, i don't know shit, just want to go fast lol
     
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    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    sell car.. take money + 2k and buy a faster car
     
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    oh come on man, lol it's a cool car and i need the room so smaller imports don't work for me. it's not nice to beat up the newb lol. but thanks guys any input on juicing this fucker up is appreciated
     
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    ya a pulley which will up the boost, then full exhaust system to reduce backpressure. you may need upgraded fuel to handle the extra boost but if you're only looking for a small gain in post you're probaby ok stock. there's gotta be some message boards for specifically your car or maybe some other cars with the same motor (it has the corporate gm 3800 right?)
     
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