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Old 7th April 2009, 14:49   #31
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Got too carried away by the CFM thingy. Thought of it 5 mins back while having lunch. Will update you once I manage to get the SC in the car and spinning. Will be measuring the boost and temperatures at 6500 rpm before deciding anything.
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Update - The NA tuning for the ECU is done. The car is coming in for the SC install tomorrow. Will have to see how the SC can be installed.

To Do

1. Cast Aluminium / Iron housing for SC outlet
2. Fix the SC, piping etc., and measure boost pressure and intake temperatures first before actually routing the intake to the engine. This is because I am not sure if I have the M45 or M60 supercharger. Dont want to take a risk running too high a boost.

Keeping fingers crossed. If the SC boosts as expected and intake temperatures remain under control, things should look very good

Current target is 100 horses at the crank without a inter cooler. The ultimate target can be quite high if the SC turns out to be M60 instead of the M45 that I believe I have. Cant really make it out because this is a very old model and no spec sheets are available anywhere.

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Infact, There's a supercharged OHC in chennai.
I've seen a setup in a swift and it looked awful. No change in fueling/ignition at all. Was running with a stock ECU.

About the Swift - did it work ?? With the stock ECU I mean !!




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About the Swift - did it work ?? With the stock ECU I mean !!
Will be interesting to see how they did it.
I am more interested in this

Trust - Greddy - Super Charger kit - Nengun Performance
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Will be interesting to see how they did it.
I am more interested in this

Trust - Greddy - Super Charger kit - Nengun Performance


Interesting...how much for the bolt on ? Any idea ?? Is this for the 1.6 or the 1.3 ??










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Will be interesting to see how they did it.
I am more interested in this

Trust - Greddy - Super Charger kit - Nengun Performance
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Interesting...how much for the bolt on ? Any idea ?? Is this for the 1.6 or the 1.3 ??

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Small thing to remember. That kit is for the M series engine.
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even if for m series it can be mated to our g series. slight work required.
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any updates on this?

can someone tell me please how effective is the E-supercharger aka the electric supercharger?
someone has put it on sale too. i would call it a blower rather than supercharger.

one thing i wanted to know as how does the ECU calibrate itself with the increased air flow? the stock conditions dont permit calibration above certain % of airflow.
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Old 16th October 2009, 11:16   #39
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Out with the supercharger... Turbo is installed and running great. Running 5.5 psi near the TB. Stock clutch, no port & polish. OWS turbo racing oil and OWS plugs. RD 0601 for fuel and spark. Using IOC premium so far and no knocking. Have not used the AC so far.

0-100 in 10s with a grandma launch.

I am lovin it
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