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tido
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Dec 1, 6:40pm - #340826 
Blitz s/c! posts opinions!

ill post a link in the next post. i was reading about the Blitz s/c and wondering what you guys think of it! i know we have one lucky member here already that has the TRD s/c on it! you guys think its any good! i looks bad ass!!!

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Dec 1, 6:42pm - #340827 

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Dec 1, 7:25pm - #340828 
love it...but too much IMO...turbo's are more cost effective...unless you love that s/c whine..

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Dec 1, 8:05pm - #340829 
Not worth the crappy hp gains thumbsdown

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Dec 2, 1:23pm - #340830 
not worth it


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Dec 2, 3:46pm - #340831 
Originally Posted by BReakinDrifTs
Not worth the crappy hp gains thumbsdown


After driving a supercharged celica I think you would change your mind. However, it is probably way too much money since it is almost twice as much as a turbo. It is reliable from what I hear though.


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Dec 3, 1:46am - #340832 


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Dec 3, 11:18am - #340833 
if you mean the price, on one website, they want 6 grand for it...i'll try to post that up

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Dec 3, 1:45pm - #340834 
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Dec 3, 3:52pm - #340835 
A supercharger is easy on your engine, because the boost is consistant, there is no "lag" that you get from a turbo. Also less chance of detination because the s/c runs off a drive pulley and a turbo runs off exhaust. Ehaust=heat=ditentaion=bad thumbsdown. Thats is why all turbos should be intercooled (i know the blitz s/c is intercooled because all forced inductions systems create detination, turbos just create more) either by air to air or air to water intercoolers. And i think that the s/c would be easier to handle on the celica. with consistant boost you would still be able to handle lift. However i think that with turbo lag and lift you probably would not be able to put all the power to the ground in 1st or 2nd gear. But you do get much more hp gains with tubro because it is a free system where as a s/c does use a drive pulley to make hp, it robs a little hp to make a lot. For my money i would s/c but i would not kick a x-s tubro kit out of bed for eating crakers thumbsup


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Dec 3, 5:23pm - #340836 
Fast, Cheap, Reliable

Pick two.

If it's Cheap and Fast, it's not Reliable.
If it's Fast and Reliable, it's now Cheap.
If it's Reliable and Cheap, it's not Fast.

Superchargers smooth out the powerband, look at dyno charts to understand what I mean. You can't have it all.


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Dec 5, 11:59pm - #340837 
Originally Posted by tido
if you mean the price, on one website, they want 6 grand for it...i'll try to post that up

no I was refering to the price for the scion, its almost half the price of the celica's s/c


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