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Ok so I found a good deal on a d1sc procharger I'm wondering if it will work with a stock bottom end or is it to much? Sorry I don't really have time to search the threads I'm at work right now but your help is much appreciated and how much should I be looking to spend for a kit like that
 

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The D1sc is great for a stock bottom end. You'll have it pullied down so it's not making as much boost as it could but that just leaves potential to up the boost later if you end up building your block.

For the whole kit used.. ~2500$ without tuner, injectors and fuel pump.
 

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The D1 will be fine for your stock motor. You can run a 4" pulley and make Im assuming around 7psi? I could be way off, but that will make more power then a P1SC @ 10psi.
 

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7psi is actually right around the perfect number. I would stop at 12psi for the maximum.
 

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alright thanks guys im getting it for a good price i think i need all the fuel system components and a inlet pipe? if anyone could give some more info on them id aprreciate it thank you
 

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deff go with the d1, a under spun blower will generate alot less heat than a small blower spun harder. it will produce more cfm per pound so it will make more hp per pound of boost. install is easy just take your time and make sure you talk to other people in your area for a good tuner
 

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alright thanks guys im getting it for a good price i think i need all the fuel system components and a inlet pipe? if anyone could give some more info on them id aprreciate it thank you
You can make a custom inlet pipe for about $40. Silicone intakes and buy a 4" 90 degree silicone coupler. Buy some 3.75" pvc pipe and throw a filter on it. PVC may be 3.75" but the OD will be 4" thats why I redcomend the 4" coupler.

You can put some bungs in there that you can get from lowes too, for your pcv hose, and your bypass if you run it closed. It will flow as good as a AFM powerpipe.
 

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I'm running a 4" pulley making 11.5#'s with my d1. I was told a d1 will make 4 more #'s with the same size pulley as a p1
That is exactly what the ProCharger techs told me. My P1-SC can be upgraded to a D1-SC. I currently have 8.9 psi with a 3.7" pulley. The same pulley after the upgrade will make nearly 13-14 psi. But, the upgrade costs $1400.
 

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That is exactly what the ProCharger techs told me. My P1-SC can be upgraded to a D1-SC. I currently have 8.9 psi with a 3.7" pulley. The same pulley after the upgrade will make nearly 13-14 psi. But, the upgrade costs $1400.

1400 isn't to bad considering you would pretty much have a new D1 when they were done. At least I would assume that would include all new seals and bearings right?
 

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after owner a P1sc...I wouldn't ever own one again. D1sc is the smallest I'd go.
 

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Yes. It would be a brand new D1. I don't think the P1-SC is a bad supercharger. You really don't need more unless you put in forged internals, cams, cam springs, 60# injectors, Cobra fuel tank, and a few other goodies.:)

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