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Apr 20, 12:56pm - #446501 
eRam electric supercharger - hype or reality?

Does this actually work?

Yes, you can only get max 1.7 psi with tho superchargers, wich theoretically could increase HP with about 10%, or 10-15 HP on a GT?

http://www.electricsupercharger.com/

Just curious.


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Apr 20, 1:24pm - #446502 
welcome to the forums wave .no it doenst work

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Apr 20, 3:27pm - #446503 
from what i hear it doesn't work. if it did then everybody would have one. thumbsup that goes along with a big list of things that don't work.

1. ecu upgrade like jet and others.
2. ebay chips that supposedly give you 20 hp.
3. tornado fuel savers
4. ram air extension to your Intake
5. electric superchargers

if you want to go with an ecu upgrade then you might want to go with the greddy emanage or safc. correct me if im wrong.

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Apr 20, 3:32pm - #446504 


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Apr 20, 3:50pm - #446505 
yea its been discussed and liek he said, the chips tornado, jet, and this electric supercharger do not work. well actually noone knows.noone on this form has actually spent the moeny and dyno tested it but the idea of it doesnt sound like it will work. as for the chips those jsut wont do anyhting smile

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Apr 20, 3:57pm - #446506 
i think it works, its just not worth it... idunno


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Apr 20, 5:42pm - #446507 
I think we're gonna need to make a sticky containing all the stupid little products like the e-bay "chips" and tornado and other things like this that are a waste of time. that way we don't get as many of these threads popin up lol


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Jul 31, 12:51am - #446789 
yes it works it creates 1.7psi when your motor is not running... how many psi of vacuum do you think your motor sucks in at 6.5k rpm? maybe 5hp at idle =P

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