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    powerdyne sc with nx wet kit?

    My girlfriend just told me she bought phantompoopers 6psi powerdyne charger for me for my birthday (what a woman!) anyways I already have a nx wet kit with all the fixins. My question is how do I hook it all up? I have the ngk plugs for the nos do I need to change those now? I do have fl headers true duals, slp maf access to a hp tuner can I still use the cold air kit? any idea on horsepower? I was at 348 before the headers and true duals. I really wanna keep the nos even if I just do a 100 shot. Its also a m6 trans with the spec clutch. Thanks, any other ideas (throttle body, intake?)

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    wow what a gift, havent heard too mmuch bout that set up, but thats just me,

    if you're a stock block you will PUKE that engine with the quickness on 6psi + 100 shot, a 100 shot alone is pushin it

    i'd be carefull

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    think about your fuel system first, as in a walbro in-tank and an msd Boost-a-pump, plus bigger injectors. Also, I would get the supercharger dialed in before you put the nitrous on it again and start out with a smaller than 100 shot. Nitrous on forced induction tends to be more power than the normal na shot, as in a 100 shot might be 125 or more.

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    which is DEATH to stock block, alone not to mention 6 psi

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    DONT BUY POWERDYNE!!! READ AS FOLLOWS

    NOOOOO GOOOOODDDD

    http://www.fastlsx.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14661

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    he already owns a powerdyne that his girlfriend bought him.

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    Yeah she bought it so I'm out nothing... I will use it if I don't like it I will have the motivation to get something different. Anybody out there running a powerdyne? Is an intercooler needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badazta View Post
    Yeah she bought it so I'm out nothing... I will use it if I don't like it I will have the motivation to get something different. Anybody out there running a powerdyne? Is an intercooler needed?
    What mods are on the car now? I have'nt heard anything about powerdyne in a while, but the more mods you have the harder you will have to spin the blower to make boost which sounds like those blowers don't like to be spun real hard. Powerdynes from what i remember are small blowers. If you have a heads and cam car i would'nt even bother installing it.You won't see much boost(if any at all). I don't know what kind of units they are offering now but from what i remember they were little blowers and nothing you would want to run on a modded ls1.
    You might actually have to spray it if your gonna install it anyway. Whatever your choice, good luck.

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