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Ive already done my search and it seem by far the community's favourite is Sprintex Supercharger

with 2426 Posts :oops:


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just wanted to know is Sprintex popular cause its easier to install as a straight bolt in and less messing about.

But i also noticed some who have had the sprintex supercharger sell up to upgrade to a turbo path could this be because they want more power ?
 

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Might also have to do with cost / time available.. Sprintex has always been the cheapest boost available for this car, and the kit was available for the longest time. In comparison, Greddy has less than 10 known turbo kits state side.
 

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Supercharger for the win!
The Spintex is popular for its "plug and play" set up, but I figure the extra high post count is more for troubleshooting the minor problems associated with an aftermarket product. Contrast that with the few posts about the HPD Supercharger.... I have one CR-Z with the Sprintex, and another with the HPD, and both do a good job of adding spirit to the CR-Z.

Turbo?
I've never had one, but if anyone out there wants to let me go for a test run in their Turbo'd CR-Z, I'm just waiting for the setting of a time and place. :)
 

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Turbo?
I've never had one, but if anyone out there wants to let me go for a test run in their Turbo'd CR-Z, I'm just waiting for the setting of a time and place. :)
Time? 2 or 3 years from now. (depends on how soon I can get/make a kit after I graduate.)

Place? Niagara meet.

:p
 

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Time? 2 or 3 years from now. (depends on how soon I can get/make a kit after I graduate.)

Place? Niagara meet.

:p
Yep. Looks like my schedule is open then. :)
 

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Is it possible to Supercharge and Turbocharge the same engine? I saw or heard something recently where there is some production car or race car where they did that for even more power.
 

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Things really look interesting when you put them head to head.
look at this clip from 1:00minute mark
 

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I got The Speed Bump to eliminate the High Octane fuel costs of my Factory Supercharged previous car. So I will not be the Guinea Pig for this! :ROFLMAO: The Speed Bump is very happy with its powertrain as is.
lol not that I know of, that means you should be the first ?
 

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I seriously considered twincharging… still not completely given up on the option... But the extreme heat would be something you would have to deal with.

I'll stick with my turbo for now, quite fun.
 

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