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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 4:25 pm 
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Very interested, though not in a whole kit.
I'd be in for just a Vortech V-2 with bracket to suit EF-EL...
And I said I'd never go the supercharger route... :P

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 4:50 pm 
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Still waiting for the prices from CAPA. In total I have 11 who have shown solid interest so far with a few other maybes...
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:03 pm 
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fyi - for fellow E-Series owners the powerdyne kit includes...

PowerDyne Kit

1. Supercharger and pulley size
2. Supercharger bracket
3. Supercharger bracket top spacer bush 58mm
4. 1 1/4 x 3/8 Allen bolts spring & flat washer
5. M1.25 x 65mm x 8mm bolts spring & flat washer
6. M1.25 x 90mm x 8mm bolt spring & flat washer
7. M1.5 x 180mm x 10mm bolt spring & flat washer
8. Bottom bolt shim kit
9. Idler pulley mount posts
10. Step bolts idler pulley mounts and pulleys
11. Idler bearing dished washers and sleeves
12. Mount post to bracket bolts 1/2" x 1"
13. Belt 6PK30327
14. Idler pulley shim kit 8 x 12.5mm thin shims
15. Plastic ties
16. Air conditioner protector wrap 500mm (EF only)
17. Intake tube assembly 800mm & rubber angle
18. Air filter mount tube
19. Air filter mount bolt M8 x 20mm nut spring & flat washer
20. K&N filter assembly
21. Joiner tube 90mm x 76mm rubber hose
22. Clamps 84 x 109
23. Aluminium air tube & grommet
24. Special cut 90deg rubber angle
25. Blow off valve
26. Blow off 1" hose 1200mm long
27. FMU number + mount screws
28. FMU fitting 90 deg
29. FMU fitting straight
30. Fuel return hose 350mm x 8mm
31. Fuel clamps
32. Intake clamp 64-89
33. EF only - discharge tube assembly rubber & plastic
34. Stage 3 only - injectors
35. Premium Unleaded & Synthetic Oil Stickers
36. Stage 3 only - fuel pump inline kit
- fuel pump & mounts - tec screws - 100mm high pressure hose
- clamps
37. Stage 3 only - fuel pump relay kit & switch kit
- switch assembly
- 30amp relay & mount screw
- 300mm black wire
- blue spade terminals
- hole terminals
- 4mm red wire 1700mm long
- conduit, small 1600mm long
- 2 core wire 1400mm long
- fusible link wire
38. Hose protector strip 350mm
39. Fuel filter
40. PCV cap and clamp small
41. PCV 90 degree joiner
42. PCV hose 500mm x 10mm
43. PCV tube to intake tube fitting
44. Re-calibrated computer chip plus auto trans control - for autos only
45. Vacuum brass T pieces
46. Vacuum hose 4mm - 1400mm
47. Spark plugs BOSCH- F6DCX/ NGK BCP6ES

Water Injection Kit

1. Water tank and motor
2. Tank mount bracket
3. 2.2 meter plastic delivery hose, nozzle and clamp
4. Tank neck protector strip
5. 25mm x 6mm bolt, nut, spring and flat washers
6. 1 meter of 2 core wire
7. Relay assembly and mount screw
8. Plastic ties
9. Spade terminals – male
10. Hole terminals
11. Fuse link wire
12. Pressure switch and 2 clamps
13. Optional electronic controller
14. No soap water injection (sticker)
15. Low water sensor
16. Low water lamp
17. 2 meter of 2 core wire
18. Spade terminals – female
19. Angle bracket 2 self tapping screws
20. 6mm x 16mm bolt and nut, spring and flat washers
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:16 pm 
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I'm only interested in a Vortech V-2 with all the mounting hardware and bracket to suit EF-EL serpentine setup.
When you price from them see if I can still be squeezed into a group buy..

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:19 pm 
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No probs steady ed. There are a few others who just want supercharger and bracket also. I'll run it past my contact at CAPA once we get initial pricing.
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:30 pm 
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Cheers mate, count me in at the moment.
Hopefully we can get the numbers CAPA requires for a tidy discount.
If we struggle with members on here, we can always try other forums.

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 7:15 pm 
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Yep, I've posted in other places and am receiving solid feedback. All is looking good so far.
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 7:53 pm 
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Fourbarrel, would they include a BA xr6 Supercharger as part of the group buys, might talk dad into finally getting it if he gets a good discount.
Cheers buddy.

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:01 pm 
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im pretty sure id be after a stage 2 to suit EA-ED, MINUS the water injection, and with a straight scroll housing. im hoping i have a big tax return this year! cos im going to need an engine rebuild before this goes on!

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:11 pm 
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The buy is only really intended for e-series. But if your really serious I will pose the question. Talk to your old man first. Note the CAPA kit for the BA is already a very low $3995 and pushes out 305KW.

Us e-series owners need to put in a little extra effort and spend a little extra cash for the ultimate sleeper...
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:25 pm 
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is there any particular reason behind the water injection for the 9psi powerdyne kit? just to drop intake temps?

would psi without water injection to much? or would u really need an intercooler in not going water injection? (which is where i would wanna go. mmm front mount)

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:28 pm 
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FourBarrel wrote:
Note the CAPA kit for the BA is already a very low $3995 and pushes out 305KW.


Thats news to me.
Says on their website its $5500+
If you can get it for us for that price i'm sure he'd be stoked. (or even less)

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:43 pm 
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Whoops, yep your right. I was thinking of the Boss-PD kit that I was thinking of getting for my XR8 not so long ago.
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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:53 pm 
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Gaz wrote:
is there any particular reason behind the water injection for the 9psi powerdyne kit? just to drop intake temps?

would psi without water injection to much? or would u really need an intercooler in not going water injection? (which is where i would wanna go. mmm front mount)

Yeah, drop intake temps I'd say. Ward off detonation.
Don't think centrifugal blowers increase intake temps as much as say a positive displacement blower or turbo though.
I know at the drags a while back Steve (dcstraight) was seeing some fairly high manifold temps with his turbo while Dave (EL XR8) was keeping fairly steady temps at a bit above ambient with his vortech blower.
Depends on what sort of power you're chasing as whether you go intercooled/water injection or not.
With higher boost levels its a bit of insurance against detonation.
I'll be going air-to-air front mount intercooling myself.
He he, just saw this thread this arvo and I've already got it planned out!

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 8:55 pm 
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Gaz wrote:
is there any particular reason behind the water injection for the 9psi powerdyne kit? just to drop intake temps?

would psi without water injection to much? or would u really need an intercooler in not going water injection? (which is where i would wanna go. mmm front mount)


i think that at 9psi there were some detonation problems without the water injection, so if you ran an intercooler it would do the same thing as the h2o injection (but look better), thats why ive chosen the combo i want (straight scroll housing makes it easier to plumb)

 

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