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This is a discussion on superchagers in mind. within the Forced Induction forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I wonder that is easier to install than a Procharger. Any members here have one yet? Like to hear their ...

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    I wonder that is easier to install than a Procharger. Any members here have one yet? Like to hear their take on the system.

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    I hope to be able to get one in the next few months. I couldn't care less how easy it is to install. That only has to be done once. Its the performance that really matters, and a nice sized roots is by far better than a Procharger. The torque down low is unreal.

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    torque curve on a procharger is also more forgiving than a roots(crankshaft)

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    One more thing look into the magnusson stumble

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    What the heck is that?

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    Wow that looks like a really nice set-up and it's putting down some pretty impressive numbers at only 6 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrntWS6 View Post
    What the heck is that?
    I guess our motors don't have bank control so one side gets more air/fuel than the other side and it causes it to stumble down low, some are more noticeable than others. If you search it they will give you a better answer.

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    Unless I'm mistaken the "magnuson stumble" is called that because it happens when using magnuson roots style superchargers this is twin screw so it may not even be a factor........ Frost would be the guy to ask if you want to know for sure.

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    I say PROCHARGER.

    I have done several with Maggies with the 2010 Camaro and 1 Procharger.

    the Maggies without cams just shorties and stock cats get around 500 RWHP in the M6.

    the procharger we did cam, D1SC, LT's and got 657 RWHP on it in a M6.


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    Quote Originally Posted by c5z28 View Post
    I guess our motors don't have bank control so one side gets more air/fuel than the other side and it causes it to stumble down low, some are more noticeable than others. If you search it they will give you a better answer.
    That really makes no sense. Our engines aren't carburated, there is no reason there should be uneven fueling between banks.

    Perhaps someone has an explaination of what the "stumble" actually is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    That really makes no sense. Our engines aren't carburated, there is no reason there should be uneven fueling between banks.

    Perhaps someone has an explaination of what the "stumble" actually is.
    Really? You posted in this thread earlier this year maybe your getting old

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    Procharger all the way. The installation only took me about 6 hours. Its very reliable. And it has a lot of potential. Just make sure to get the d1sc

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    That dragon racing supercharger looks like the best choice for me. No modifications, well except for rod bolts and pinning the crank and a new rearend and a new clutch. Sounds fun to me. Seriously does anyone have any first hand experiance with one of these? See the thing is I just won't cut my cowl. Thanks.

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