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Jun 19, 9:22am - #21867 
blitz supercharger

jus recently my friend showed me a magazine that had a blitz supercharger for the celica gt..ill try to get the picture on here...but if it is available is it worth spendin 3 g's...

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Jun 19, 10:17am - #21868 
It's been around a lot - do a search and you'll find info. I think it's a lot more than $3K.
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Jun 19, 10:29am - #21869 
the blitz s/c is for the GTS. confused

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Jun 19, 10:30am - #21870 
The Blitz s/c is for the GTS; also, it's not worth the money, it's only about 30hp for $5g's.

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Jun 19, 10:36am - #21871 
Mind you that dyno was done with 19's. Saying it only puts out 30 hp would not be a fair and accurate statement.

Originally Posted by KDawg
The Blitz s/c is for the GTS; also, it's not worth the money, it's only about 30hp for $5g's.

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Jun 19, 12:35pm - #21872 
True, I forgot about that. The thing is, yes, you'll lose some power due to rotational mass, but it's not going to be anything astronomically different.

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Jun 19, 1:15pm - #21873 
True, but most ppl just want horsepower with reliability coming second. Blitz is making sure that there aren't going to be a growing amount of blown 2zz motors. They're doing so by not going ape shit with their s/c. BTW, say i only gives you like 210 FWHP. That's about 40 FWHP over stock and in our cars that is a LOT of horsespower.

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Jun 19, 1:42pm - #21874 
Originally Posted by Steven

Fast and cheap is not reliable
cheap and reliable is not fast
fast and reliable is not cheap


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Jun 19, 2:37pm - #21875 
Plus, no turbo lag! thumbsup


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Jun 19, 2:40pm - #21876 
I'm told that turbo lag isn't really that big of a deal.

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Jun 22, 4:30am - #21877 
turbo lag with the xs kit is very small due to the ball bearing turbo for quick sool up.plus the turbo is small so that helps too.

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Jun 22, 9:31am - #21878 
the blitz s/c was also a japanese version of the s/c. it was meant to be ran with 100+ octane and the install was done on speculation because they couldnt read the japanese instructions. i know that there have been post and the octance level doesnt change power, but my point is that this japanese spec s/c wasnt meant to be on an american spec vehicle so there is some power loss for that. and they could have made a small mistake in the install since they didnt have english instructions, just a possibility. in my opinion the xs turbo is the better buy


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Jun 22, 2:35pm - #21879 
I second that notion. XS is the way to go!

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