: Any Late model 3.6 CTS owners want 100-150 more HP?



SC2150
04-04-12, 12:37 PM
We are in the final stages of the super charger system for the CTS 3.6 V6 before release and will offer a free install for the first to purchase the system. $5900 for all, tuned and ready to spank some V8's. Install is reg $1000 so that part will be free.

Had 2 members (pilots that drove over from Ft Lauderdale) stop in yesterday and tour the shop & projects and they also took a test drive in one so I expect to see them post their impressions.

We will need the car for app 2 weeks for final fitment and then this system is ready to ship/install for any wanting v8 smoking power with your V6 economy.

:thumbsup:

Michael_atDell
04-04-12, 01:11 PM
I'm all about it, but can't give her up for two weeks... Plus driving to FL...

If you decide to discount the kit for self install, let me know. I'll already have Trifecta, Ported TB, Black ICE and RX Catch Can...

SC2150
04-04-12, 01:19 PM
May have to do just that!

Michael_atDell
04-04-12, 08:25 PM
PM me...

sfv41901
04-04-12, 11:23 PM
If u need a few CTS's that can self install......count me in as well. I just ordered ur tune & still plan on getting the T/B, catch can & spacer.......but I'm in the same boat as Michael, I'm in Palmdale, Ca & a trip out to Fl is out of the question......that & I have no more vac with work

brk
04-05-12, 04:17 PM
Will this work OK (fitment, power, etc.) for AWD models? I have a 2010 3.6L and I'd be very interested. Car is in NH, but it's not my only vehicle...

sfv41901
04-05-12, 04:46 PM
Will this work OK (fitment, power, etc.) for AWD models? I have a 2010 3.6L and I'd be very interested. Car is in NH, but it's not my only vehicle...

As long as the transfer case & front diff can handle the extra power, I don't see why not.

jscalade
04-06-12, 08:46 AM
Will this work on a Non-DI motor?

SC2150
04-06-12, 09:56 AM
As long as the motor is not transverse mounted it will work.

Should on the non DI, just need the tune written by Vince at Trifecta for it.

brk
04-06-12, 06:03 PM
As long as the transfer case & front diff can handle the extra power, I don't see why not.

Well, yeah, but I was hoping that the producer of the kit had some idea how much power the rest of the drivetrain could handle.

sfv41901
04-06-12, 09:28 PM
Well, yeah, but I was hoping that the producer of the kit had some idea how much power the rest of the drivetrain could handle.

I don't think anybody knows how much power the AWD drivetrain can handle cause the gen2 CTS gas never had any kind of f/i.

Michael_atDell
04-06-12, 09:46 PM
I don't think anybody knows how much power the AWD drivetrain can handle cause the gen2 CTS gas never had any kind of f/i.

We're all about to find out! Anyone have a spare tranny and transfer case laying around? I may need them...

;-)

Wag-O-Neer
04-09-12, 09:33 AM
We're all about to find out! Anyone have a spare tranny and transfer case laying around? I may need them...

;-)

NICE! I would've jumped all over this weeks ago, when Tracy offered it to me. If this weren't my wife's car, I'd have been all over it....

Good luck! Can't wait to see the results.

SC2150
04-09-12, 11:15 AM
Yes, were unsure of what power the AWD can hold so that is an unknown. The system produces app 375-400 RWHP

CTS-AWD
04-21-12, 09:03 PM
So Michael when is that big mod taking place?

underpsi68
04-22-12, 07:56 AM
How many lbs of boost will the kit run?

tinman
04-23-12, 12:23 PM
And where in Florida are you located?

SC2150
04-23-12, 12:40 PM
The SC system is good for 5-6 PSI and app 370-400 whp.

We are located between tampa & Sarasota FL.

:thumbsup:

tinman
04-23-12, 12:46 PM
We are located between tampa & Sarasota FL.:thumbsup:
Do you have a website? What is the name of your company? And where in Florida are you located?

underpsi68
04-23-12, 12:50 PM
The SC system is good for 5-6 PSI and app 370-400 whp.

We are located between tampa & Sarasota FL.

:thumbsup:

What does a stock 3.6 put out in rwhp?

SC2150
04-23-12, 01:13 PM
We are:

RX Performance Products, LLC
2200 US 301 N
Unit 6
Palmetto, FL 34221


The rwhp on a stock 3.6 DI runs around 220-230.

If you want a view into our reputation, just visit this link to view our itrader feedback andthreads from customers with our systems:
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/itrader.php?u=20741

tinman
04-23-12, 01:22 PM
Thank you.

underpsi68
04-23-12, 09:52 PM
What supercharger does your kit come with?

Michael_atDell
04-29-12, 06:18 PM
What supercharger does your kit come with?

Kit comes with VortecV3, unless that's changed since last time I talked to them.

concorso
04-29-12, 07:54 PM
The rwhp on a stock 3.6 DI runs around 220-230.

Do you have a dyno graph for those numbers? They seem awfully low, considering the 04-07 3.6L 255 hp dyno's at 215-220 whp. The 3.6L DI should be in the 250-260 range by my guestimath. You mention that the kit makes 370 rwhp, and 100-150 hp over stock. By those numbers the LLT should dyno around 270 whp.

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-cts-first-generation-forum-2003/45707-great-air-intake-challenge-11.html#post481524
3.6L auto at 220 rwhp stock.

underpsi68
04-30-12, 04:19 PM
We are:

RX Performance Products, LLC
2200 US 301 N
Unit 6
Palmetto, FL 34221


The rwhp on a stock 3.6 DI runs around 220-230.

If you want a view into our reputation, just visit this link to view our itrader feedback andthreads from customers with our systems:
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/itrader.php?u=20741
If the stock RWHP is 220 than 5-6lbs of boost will not net you 370-400rwhp.

On paper 7lbs of boost will give you 50% more power, that's not accounting for the hp loss to drive the Vortech among other items that will affect the hp.

SC2150
05-01-12, 12:38 PM
underpsi has it right on. We see right around 400 whp.

Systems are available for installs for any that want near V power from their 3.6 DI. :thumbsup:

concorso
05-01-12, 05:00 PM
Which part is he correct on? Are you actually pushing 7lbs? Did you actually dyno a 3.6L DI at 220 hp?

Is there any reason to think this wont work on an LY7? Where do you stick the supercharger?

krazienluv10
05-02-12, 12:35 AM
here is a "rough" estimate... of course there are other things that can affect hp...location, dyno, temp, auto/manual, etc...

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=153186

SC2150
05-02-12, 10:20 AM
It should work on the LY7....we just haevnt done one yet.

underpsi68
05-04-12, 11:55 PM
Which part is he correct on? Are you actually pushing 7lbs? Did you actually dyno a 3.6L DI at 220 hp?

Is there any reason to think this wont work on an LY7? Where do you stick the supercharger?

I call BS on the 370-400rwhp. Looking at the link with cars dynoed, ones with mods are putting out 250rwhp. 5-6psi will not net 370-400rwhp. Not even CLOSE to a CTS V LOL. I didn't look at any info which says which Vortech he is using but I am guessing a SCI or SI trim. The V3 just means it uses a self contained oil, no engine oil to lube it. A V2 uses engine oil.

SC2150
05-05-12, 02:32 PM
We have several at 390-400 rwhp with the vortec unit and we have the twin turbo versions pushing 450-just under 500 rwhp. No BS....reasearch who we are and the amount of R&D and products released for the 3.6DI.....dont know of another facility that has done as much as we have.....but lets get someone to bring their CTS in here (09 or newer) and let them post up their dyno #'s to prove it as a vendors claims dont always have the credability an independant source does. :thumbsup:

underpsi68
05-05-12, 07:34 PM
We have several at 390-400 rwhp with the vortec unit and we have the twin turbo versions pushing 450-just under 500 rwhp. No BS....reasearch who we are and the amount of R&D and products released for the 3.6DI.....dont know of another facility that has done as much as we have.....but lets get someone to bring their CTS in here (09 or newer) and let them post up their dyno #'s to prove it as a vendors claims dont always have the credability an independant source does. :thumbsup:

390-400-rwhp with a bone stock motor and a vortech at 5-6psi on pump gas? 7psi will give approximately 50% more hp on paper. There are a lot of other variables of course. Than factor in pulling timing to control detonation (power loss), the hp lost to turn the blower and you won't come close to 50%. I have been playing with blown and turbo cars for over 20years. I have a lot of experience with Vortechs.

Also dyno numbers don't mean much really. To many things can affect the hp reading. It is very easy to get the dyno to read whatever you want it to read. A dyno is just a tuning aid, that's all.

Do you have any 1/4 miles times if these 400rwhp cars? You can get a much more accurate hp reading by this.

SC2150
05-07-12, 12:57 PM
I agree on the dyno #'s....a tuning tool for the most part. Go to 10 different dynos with the same car & get 10 different results.

Were running from 12.30's to 11.90's in the 1/4mile.

If you have been doing this for 20 years you have seen alot of progress then, (I have been for 38 years) and the DI motors with 11.3:1 CR we would not have tried to boost a motor on pump gas with that high of compression, but the DI with the fuel introduced on the comp stroke directly into the combustion chamber so detonation is reduced in occurance so were pushing 9# with the twin turbo's on 93....these motors are also so velocity dependant so we have had to abandon much of our standard head porting designs as there is only air transiting the runners. Look at the piston design also and the specific quench area design.

The weak point we assume that is keeping us from going above 600 at the crank is the crank and a custom forged is the only option at this time and the cost makes that a non option for most.

Then the fuel delivery. The lift pump from the tank can supply all we need but the DIHP pump maxes at 2400 PSI and we need app 10-15% more than it can deliver. We have sourced one from Hitachi that has the same plunger depth (runs off of the drivers side cylinder head intake cam) and bolt pattern/fitting thread but it is slightly larger and taller so the feed line between the pump and the rails needs to be modified to adapt it.

To date we have been using either 100% methanol with a progressive controller or a stand alone with 6 28# injectors adapted into the plenum cover so the new pump should solve most fuel delivery issues to app 425 rwhp.

We are not a shop experimenting with something we are not familiar with...we are probably the leader in the 3.6 DI in product development and producing power from these amazing engines.....and they still avg 30plus MPG when cruising on the interstate. If you research you will find we were the first to build a running, driving (customer drove 1000 mile from FL to AR after picking it up) twin turbo 3.6DI 1 1/2 years ago (Leno's team had a mock up at SEMA 2 years ago but it was not street driveable).

We also were the first to offer a specific built stall torque converter for the auto trans on these (all others were restalled OEM units and would not hold up to the extra power), and several other "first to market" LLT specific products. We do NOT have the quickest 3.6 DI car in the 1/4 mile though....that record belongs to a guy with nitrous that is still a couple tenths quicker right now...but were chasing it.

:thumbsup:

Nin92
05-07-12, 10:03 PM
I'm definitely interested in the system. Only thing keeping me from jumping on that boat would be the warranty. If it came with a powertrain warranty that could rival GM's I would be all over it.

SC2150
05-08-12, 10:19 AM
Several aftermarket warranty companies offer packages for add on super chargers......do a google search and you can get quotes. Around $350 for a year I have seen. :thumbsup:

concorso
05-09-12, 02:07 PM
What kinda engine work are you doing to these engines you have in the shop? You must be going with stronger internals...crank...rods...cam work?

SC2150
05-09-12, 02:16 PM
The LLT & LFX have strong as heck pistons that are holding up well, the rods are strong and the crank stress tests to just over 600 HP before failure so aside from ARP rod bolts, just making sure the timing chains, tensioners, and gears are good and the chains are not strectched.only

The only real failures we are seeing with these engines is either owners running them dry on oil (dont understand why so many dont think check oil is part of owning a car....but apparantly it is so) or the timing chain failures (mostly due to premature stretch from using cheap oil or the dexos instead of full sysn, and low oil as the tensioners do not have spring backup....all oil presuure dependant). Unreal engines. :thumbsup:

concorso
05-10-12, 06:28 PM
Interesting...I wonder how strong the LY7 is. Im considering this supercharger setup, but I really really want a N/A setup making 300 whp. If I wanted to do a build to get near 350 hp, what would you look at?

Are you saying the DEXOS spec is worse for this engine then the Mobil 1 Syn?

DMCEDDoc
06-23-12, 10:31 AM
I would like to self install. How much for the kit?
My email address is dpaling@gmail.com

SC2150
06-23-12, 12:54 PM
conorso,

The LYZ we have done any FI to yet so cant answer that, but this system does fit. 300 whp is within reach with CAI, Iceolator spacer, long tubes/exhaust, and a tune.

DMC,

System is $5900 complete with $99 S&H in the US.

Add $350 if you want the billet overdrive crank pluuey/dampner for 8-9# boost. Standard is 4-5# boost.

Includes the tune and tune cable.

To order, call direct: 941-721-1826

:thumbsup:

DMCEDDoc
06-23-12, 07:39 PM
How much additional HP does the extra 3-4 psi from the crank pulley provide?

HP for the standard kit (4-5# boost)?

Michael_atDell
06-23-12, 08:04 PM
I still want to see someone else supercharge a AWD, before I drop the change on this...

DMCEDDoc
06-23-12, 08:44 PM
I'll let you know how it goes

SC2150
06-25-12, 10:57 AM
The standard pulley makes just under 400 whp, the overdrive 450. :thumbsup:

SC2150
06-26-12, 05:44 PM
Here is a video of a fly-by of one of our older twin turbo 3.6 builds:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsgFJPC-d3A&feature=player_embedded

We also broke 600 FWHP on another Saturday with twin EFR turbos.

First member here will have his installed in the next two weeks also. :thumbsup:

concorso
06-26-12, 05:48 PM
FWHP? Im guessing you dont mean front wheel...600 whp on a fwd car would be insane for a DD.

ncscons
06-26-12, 07:11 PM
Flywheel ;)

cracing
06-26-12, 10:43 PM
Any chance of producing a production twin turbo set up for the 3.6 DI?

SC2150
06-27-12, 02:10 PM
Yes. We are doing them one at a time right now as were swamped producing the Super Charger kits, but we intend to in the future whe we can hire more production staff.

But if anyone want one now, the single turbo (ceramic ball bearing) is $6900 turn-key installed and tuned, and the twin is $7900. :thumbsup:

WRXtranceformed
06-28-12, 01:22 PM
Wow...what kind of power are you seeing out of both single and twin setups? Is the twin a rear mount setup like the STS kits?

cracing
06-29-12, 02:06 AM
Yes. We are doing them one at a time right now as were swamped producing the Super Charger kits, but we intend to in the future whe we can hire more production staff.

But if anyone want one now, the single turbo (ceramic ball bearing) is $6900 turn-key installed and tuned, and the twin is $7900. :thumbsup:

What turbo's are you running in the twin and single setup? Where are you placing the turbos? Interested!

WRXtranceformed
06-29-12, 09:30 AM
Im sorry I just read up a few posts and sort of answered my own question. 600hp is pretty insane, I wonder how long it would take the stock auto tranny to get thrashed with that kind of power :P

JimmyH
06-29-12, 04:40 PM
With the kind of abuse that level of power will invite, probably not very long.

SC2150
06-29-12, 06:58 PM
We turned the wick down to around 475 whp to save the motor & trans. There is no doubt it would not last long.....but it made for some good bragging rights!

The turbos are mid mount by the trans, and we use Borg Warner turbos or other top quality, The BW EFR's are what we made the 600 hp with....but they are $1800 each.

cracing
06-30-12, 03:23 PM
We turned the wick down to around 475 whp to save the motor & trans. There is no doubt it would not last long.....but it made for some good bragging rights!

The turbos are mid mount by the trans, and we use Borg Warner turbos or other top quality, The BW EFR's are what we made the 600 hp with....but they are $1800 each.

I ran Garrett series turbos on previous vehicles and was very happy with them. Any possibility of running those in the near future

cracing
06-30-12, 03:24 PM
Also how does the automatic transmission hold the power? Have you seen an transmissions fail at a certain threshold?

SC2150
06-30-12, 07:21 PM
Garrets are top of the line as well and we use them also.

We have yet to break a trans (or have a customer break one...and the auto's have all went with our 3600 stall converters).

Here are links to videos of both RX super charged & twin turbo builds posted by customers:

Take a ride in a RX Supercharged V6:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBJ1DDbT6AI

The "Burn-out":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsIch17R34I

The "corners":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Fd4kWFH2Ew

The "DIY build first startup"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ubs4bK8n60

Twin turbo on closed road:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytdyfvhw_gc

The "Drive by's"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsgFJPC-d3A


RX Superchiller in use:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6VMD-95G4w&feature=related

cracing
07-02-12, 02:52 AM
Do appreciate the vids could we get a shot of the engine with supercharger and twin turbo setup underneath trans

kingtj
07-02-12, 11:28 AM
Same here! I have a suspicion the AWD system won't hold up to much extra power and will prove to be the weak spot in these cars. (Kind of makes sense, if one assumes GM's designers decided AWD owners were most likely customers just doing daily driving with their cars and wanted one that wouldn't get them stuck in ice/snow, while the more performance-minded would go with RWD versions instead.) Problem is, I'm one of those exceptions who bought my car used, not even knowing it was offered as RWD/AWD in different versions until after I made the purchase. Got a great deal and the car had every single feature I wanted - so don't regret it. But now I'm stuck wondering if it's really a candidate for this type of power upgrade or not?



I still want to see someone else supercharge a AWD, before I drop the change on this...

Michael_atDell
07-02-12, 12:58 PM
Same here! I have a suspicion the AWD system won't hold up to much extra power and will prove to be the weak spot in these cars. (Kind of makes sense, if one assumes GM's designers decided AWD owners were most likely customers just doing daily driving with their cars and wanted one that wouldn't get them stuck in ice/snow, while the more performance-minded would go with RWD versions instead.) Problem is, I'm one of those exceptions who bought my car used, not even knowing it was offered as RWD/AWD in different versions until after I made the purchase. Got a great deal and the car had every single feature I wanted - so don't regret it. But now I'm stuck wondering if it's really a candidate for this type of power upgrade or not?

I bought mine with performance in mind. I can out drive myself in an AWD model over a RWD model.

SC2150
07-02-12, 04:02 PM
Here is the twin turbo from beneath...and the AWD may be a tight fit....havent done a AWD twin turbo yet:
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii115/RevXtreme1/Fransiscoturbosmounted001.jpg

The Supercharger should be no fitment issues as all is upfront:

http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii115/RevXtreme1/superchargerandCTSVpulley001.jpg
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii115/RevXtreme1/superchargerinstallpics005.jpg

As far as drivetrain, that time will tell. If not doing a high rev start from a dig should be fine, but as always, power adders find the weak links in the rest. :thumbsup:

JimmyH
07-02-12, 05:42 PM
Interesting. What made you choose that spot to mount the turbos?

SC2150
07-02-12, 06:42 PM
Only place we could fit them. Under the hood results in far to much heat (but look cool as heck), and rear mounts the heat loss (essential for optimum performance) is to great. Rear mounts work, but far from ideal. And they are a tight fit where they are also.

JimmyH
07-02-12, 06:46 PM
I always thought mounting them where the mufflers were was kind of dumb. I have seen those STS kits on a few cars, and it's ALOT of plumbing. Of course, a shop near my house installed them on an Escalade EXT and made it into a 12 second truck.

WRXtranceformed
07-02-12, 08:35 PM
I want that twin turbo setup! haha

You would be surprised how much power a transmission will take, unless you are absolutely thrashing it. I ran my old STi at 456awhp (565 every now and then on 110 leaded) with a completely stock drivetrain other than a ridiculously expensive afternmarket clutch. To be fair though, it makes it a lot easier to keep the shock off of the trans when you can quick slip the clutch. Honestly I would be more worried about the axles than the transmission, I have heard of bone stock STis twisting their axles at the track before they broke their gearboxes.

SC2150
07-02-12, 10:44 PM
Some dang quick STi's out there...AWD traction, lots of power, and light = quick. :thumbsup:

JimmyH
07-03-12, 11:47 AM
I thought I read the center diff, or viscous coupling, whatever it is, is the weak spot on the STi. And I think a manual will take alot more abuse than an auto will. There's only one clutch to worry about burning up with a standard.

concorso
07-03-12, 11:55 AM
Same here! I have a suspicion the AWD system won't hold up to much extra power and will prove to be the weak spot in these cars. (Kind of makes sense, if one assumes GM's designers decided AWD owners were most likely customers just doing daily driving with their cars and wanted one that wouldn't get them stuck in ice/snow, while the more performance-minded would go with RWD versions instead.) Problem is, I'm one of those exceptions who bought my car used, not even knowing it was offered as RWD/AWD in different versions until after I made the purchase. Got a great deal and the car had every single feature I wanted - so don't regret it. But now I'm stuck wondering if it's really a candidate for this type of power upgrade or not?You gotta pay to play. If you 2 are as performance minded as you say, then be the guinea pigs!

SC2150
07-04-12, 02:28 PM
Yup! We see stuff break. All part of going faster. :thumbsup:

JimmyH
07-04-12, 03:22 PM
An old timer at the drag way once told me " if you didn't break something then you didn't go fast enough".

kingtj
07-05-12, 11:33 AM
Eh.... yes and no. I've done a lot of modding of a lot of cars in the past, but I'm also tired of playing guinea pig and getting burned. That's the main reason I dumped my Genesis Coupe I put many thousands of dollars into. I had everything on it from vertical doors to a full cat-less exhaust with long tube headers and a custom dyno tune (done by a guy who flew into the U.S. from S. Korea just to tune 5 or 6 of our cars). It's always gonna be a "pay to play" situation, but that doesn't mean you have to pay for untested stuff that needlessly breaks things.....



You gotta pay to play. If you 2 are as performance minded as you say, then be the guinea pigs!

SC2150
07-05-12, 04:23 PM
Eh.... yes and no. I've done a lot of modding of a lot of cars in the past, but I'm also tired of playing guinea pig and getting burned. That's the main reason I dumped my Genesis Coupe I put many thousands of dollars into. I had everything on it from vertical doors to a full cat-less exhaust with long tube headers and a custom dyno tune (done by a guy who flew into the U.S. from S. Korea just to tune 5 or 6 of our cars). It's always gonna be a "pay to play" situation, but that doesn't mean you have to pay for untested stuff that needlessly breaks things.....

Very true. Thats why what we sell is proven, and when were doing R&D we clearly state it. BTW, Love the new Genesis....we do the super chiller for them and other products. They have come a long way from the Tiburon. :thumbsup:

vector
07-06-12, 05:20 AM
I talked to an engineer at GM and he said the automatic transmission was only engineered to handle 315hp for my 2009 AWD cts. Have you installed these kits in any automatics yet? Any AWD cars? I would love to buy one of these but I live in the mountains of Colorado and need an AWD car. Also I know that my car is significantly down on power living between 5000 and 9000 ft most of the time. What sort of power do you think I could expect at this altitude? One of my previous cars was an M3 that I had dynoed in Houston and also Dynoed at 6000 feet. It was 57hp lower at altitude. I was thinking this power loss might make the extra horsepower somewhat easier on the drive train. Any thoughts?

SC2150
07-06-12, 10:42 AM
We have over 12k miles on an auto with our 3600 stall converter that is currently making 475 rwhp with no failures, and a dozen or so others in the 370-425 rwhp range (only several months of running on them to date) with zero failures.....but as there are no aftermarket parts out yet to beef up the trans I'm sure with abuse there will be failures......but so far they are doing great.

We have done NO AWD cars yet so that will be an unknown, but distributing the power to 4 wheels instead of 2 should ease the stress and driven withing reason I dont forsee issues based upon the 2 wheel drive results.

Also, having lived for a few years on carter Lake West of loveland at altitude the power loss is significant so your overall whp will be less than those at sea level for sure. :thumbsup:

SC2150
07-18-12, 04:54 PM
A member on here is almost finished with his 2011 CTS so he should have some feedback shortly. :thumbsup:

outlawdra
08-11-12, 08:17 PM
Any results on the 2011?

cracing
08-15-12, 07:31 PM
A member on here is almost finished with his 2011 CTS so he should have some feedback shortly. :thumbsup:

Any customers been setup with a nitrous setup?

Gallego64
08-15-12, 07:37 PM
Can you provide any updates on your solution? Do you have a website I can check out? Thanks!

SC2150
08-16-12, 07:46 PM
www.RevXtreme.com

Some videos on there.

Loooking for a LFX to finalize the kits for them, but your choice of 6 or 10# boost pulley or the single or twin turbo.

We bumped 600 HP with one of the twin turbos but there is no way the motor will hold together so turned the boost down to 550 and doing good there.

Have not done any nitrous with any but for over the 6# we reccomend meth inj.

:thumbsup:

DMCEDDoc
04-25-13, 03:45 PM
I lost 3# boost when my original crank pulley broke. I'm not happy with the lost performance. It's a huge difference!!

I'm going to have to purchase a smaller SC from Vortec to gain back what I lost.

Stock Mustangs and Camaros will now beat me without any difficulty. my girl's tuned SHO even beats me now. That wasn't the case when I was running 10#
50HP makes a huge difference. My methanol injection kit is useless until I get the extra boost back

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The AWD system has held up well even when I had 10# boost. No problems with the drivetrain.

I wouldn't go with 6-7# boost especially after knowing how my car ran with 10#.

tinman
04-25-13, 03:46 PM
Interesting about the AWD holding up. That's the good news.

6.2/3.6
04-28-13, 07:18 PM
Bad news is the twin setup is so darn expensive.

DMCEDDoc
05-03-13, 08:36 PM
Bad news is the twin setup is so darn expensive.

What's the price on a twin setup? How much HP is that setup running?

I'm having 1 7/8" headers made for my car. I'm going to either run 2.75" or 3" the rest of the way back. I'm going to have it dyno'd after that.

SC2150
05-03-13, 08:43 PM
Twins are $7900 installed and tuned turn key. On the LLT app 450-500 hp (400 plus at the wheels) and LFX we can make app 50 plus more as the fuel delivery has more capacity.

KLX
05-26-13, 02:12 PM
Mannnn 500+ twin turbo cts coupe :lildevil: just let me put a lil time into my 2013 b4 pulling the trigger....

SC2150
05-28-13, 09:25 AM
Doing them steady. No hurry.

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