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Superchargers #131095 Mar 21, 5:31pm Mar 21, 5:31pm
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hey i'm looking for a supercharger. anyone know any info about them? which ones the best and which one has the best price?

Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131096 Mar 21, 6:32pm Mar 21, 6:32pm
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only one i heard of is TRD confused


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Re: Superchargers [Re: eric_h] #131097 Mar 21, 6:37pm Mar 21, 6:37pm
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for the celica i know we have blitz... it runs about 3500 hundred dollars though

Re: Superchargers [Re: teamshowgon] #131098 Mar 21, 7:47pm Mar 21, 7:47pm
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what is the price and how much hp do they add?

Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131099 Mar 21, 7:49pm Mar 21, 7:49pm
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so far the blitz kompressor is the only one i think i puts around 200wheel cost depends where you get it

Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131100 Mar 21, 7:50pm Mar 21, 7:50pm
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With the Blitz its only for the GTS. 4000 pounds and a decent setup will get you around 260-280bhp, but more importantly more low end grunt. Kit also comes with front mounted intercooler


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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131101 Mar 21, 7:53pm Mar 21, 7:53pm
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they both aren't worth it...only add about 30-40 hp and are too much...


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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131102 Mar 21, 7:54pm Mar 21, 7:54pm
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Argh, lets not get started on how much power superchargers add... top end you'll only see 30-40, but on the low end you'll see much more.


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Re: Superchargers [Re: Death] #131103 Mar 21, 7:55pm Mar 21, 7:55pm
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why not get a Turbo??


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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131104 Mar 21, 8:07pm Mar 21, 8:07pm
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60bhp+

Re: Superchargers [Re: Celica_Tsport] #131105 Mar 21, 9:16pm Mar 21, 9:16pm
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cuz Turbo has Turbo lag. what are some good Turbos?

Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131106 Mar 21, 9:20pm Mar 21, 9:20pm
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Originally Posted by ghostingcelica
cuz Turbo has Turbo lag. what are some good Turbos?
Doesn't matter. You can spool it at idle, and a Turbo vs. a supercharger on the Celica, the Turbo would whoop ass.


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Re: Superchargers [Re: slidr] #131107 Mar 21, 11:01pm Mar 21, 11:01pm
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Turbo on the celica would not be efficient. Even though the Blitz Super Charger does not provide as much horsepower, it provides the low end which is what our engines need most. The GTS already has a great High end. All we lack is low end torque. Furthermore, the Turbo kit is about 1500 dollars more and is "harder" on the engine.

Just my 2 bits

Re: Superchargers [Re: Rocketman] #131108 Mar 22, 5:51pm Mar 22, 5:51pm
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Trial also makes a supercharger for both GT and GTS. They say it comes in 3 variations for the GTS. Very pricey. Check here...

GTS supercharger GT supercharger Clip of supercharged Celica

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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131109 Mar 22, 6:06pm Mar 22, 6:06pm
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i thought trial's was based on the blitz? confused there's also the prototype magnuson charger from magnacharger (it's on the current hotchkis project car). it supposedly brings hp to 300hp but no dynoes have been produced.


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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131110 Mar 22, 6:11pm Mar 22, 6:11pm
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Brashboy also has the Blitz s/c for both the GT & the GTS, and it fits both auto & manual.

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Originally Posted by JAIMEJAMES
i thought trial's was based on the blitz? confused there's also the prototype magnuson charger from magnacharger (it's on the current hotchkis project car). it supposedly brings hp to 300hp but no dynoes have been produced.


I think it was.


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Re: Superchargers [Re: v3n0m] #131112 Mar 22, 8:02pm Mar 22, 8:02pm
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Originally Posted by v3n0m
Brashboy also has the Blitz s/c for both the GT & the GTS, and it fits both auto & manual.


any links v3nom?


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Re: Superchargers [Re: Spencer] #131113 Mar 22, 9:16pm Mar 22, 9:16pm
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damn this is a tough choice

Re: Superchargers [Re: Rocketman] #131114 Mar 22, 9:31pm Mar 22, 9:31pm
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Originally Posted by Rocketman
Turbo on the celica would not be efficient. Even though the Blitz Super Charger does not provide as much horsepower, it provides the low end which is what our engines need most. The GTS already has a great High end. All we lack is low end torque. Furthermore, the Turbo kit is about 1500 dollars more and is "harder" on the engine.

Just my 2 bits
That doesn't make any sense. How often are you gonna be in the low end of the powerband if you have a GTS?

Only from the start. After that, you are in nothing but the "high end" of the powerband.


The Turbo is not harder on the engine than the SC.

The Turbo on the GTS is efficient because it operates off of the exhaust pressure.



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Re: Superchargers [Re: slidr] #131115 Mar 22, 11:00pm Mar 22, 11:00pm
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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Rocketman
Turbo on the celica would not be efficient. Even though the Blitz Super Charger does not provide as much horsepower, it provides the low end which is what our engines need most. The GTS already has a great High end. All we lack is low end torque. Furthermore, the Turbo kit is about 1500 dollars more and is "harder" on the engine.

Just my 2 bits
That doesn't make any sense. How often are you gonna be in the low end of the powerband if you have a GTS?

Only from the start. After that, you are in nothing but the "high end" of the powerband.


The Turbo is not harder on the engine than the SC.

The Turbo on the GTS is efficient because it operates off of the exhaust pressure.



Do you know what you are actually talking about? wtf



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what are the hp gains on the trial supercharger...

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cant be more than 35 or so...right

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ok, but if the good thing about the blitz is the low end power, can't that create a little extra torque on the side... grin

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when you increase the power, you also increase torque. They go hand in hand.

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ight well i calculated and with 35 hp gain from a blitz supercharger (and no other mods, just stock 180 hp [GTS]) you get 215 hp with 145 ft lbs torque... thumbsup the torque increased about 30 or so from stock...

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yeah but yu hit that 145 at like 2500 rpms.

i personally would prefer the s/c fro the power down low.

inless you race in a straight line like most every member here you need power down low you can't keep it in lift on a windy road where someof the turns are as slow as 35 mph.


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Re: Superchargers [Re: ghostingcelica] #131124 Mar 23, 9:46pm Mar 23, 9:46pm
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Blitz S/C with exhaust has been Dynoed to the tune of 197 whp..The GTS comes stock with 161 whp. The Blitz is $4,500 and Trial is an arn and a leg at $7,500 but with the Trial you get the Trial titanium exhaust and Trial header along with everything else the Blitz has but I have yet to see a Dyno of it.
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Supercharger Dyno Its on the right hand side of article


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Re: Superchargers [Re: SatinSilverGTS] #131125 Mar 23, 11:08pm Mar 23, 11:08pm
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thank you very much. man thats costly >_<

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