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Just have to finish bolting the twin turbos on and plumb it all together and see how quick it grenades!!! LOL!
 

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You'll get it all ironed out Tracy. Show us what it can do.
 

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LOL! Really just have both new system's bolted on the mock up LFX engine. Installing the new 1900 Eaton TVS based PD blower on a new Colorado truck this coming week for final testing and dyno results, and the latest 8 rib stand alone drive Vortech system that is already for the Gen5 Camaro, Caddy, etc. crowd. Thought the picture would get some attention!

At over 500 hp with the Vortech system with good drive-ability (need forged rods and ARP rod bolts to safely do more as stock bolts stretch above that).

About to release the Gen 6 V6 versions of both as well after we finished the redesign for KPE of their system, decided to go a bit further on a Centrifugal system.

Designed a quick change hub/pulley driven system so the original IPF/KPE owners can use most Magnuson 6 rib pulley's on their existing systems with guide pips to keep belt in line:

Bolt hub on head unit and then only have 4 screws to change in future for upping boost, etc.:




The top mount and the Vortech based new systems use a new pulley we designed that simply bolts onto the stock crank pulley indexing into the spokes so no need to pull stock one to install:



SO all run a short 8 rib belt for no belt slip and not relying on the super long single 6 rib belt that drives all other accy's as well as the SC. Simple, less issues that could occur, and no need to take super charger off to change belts. 2 minutes easy change with new design:

Made the 1900 top mount so it fits under the hood of the mid sized trucks, and may now fit under the hood of Gen5 camaro, but still exposed on Gen6. Gen6 V6 we are targeting 600 HP reliably as the internals are stronger from the factory now.



Will post up more next week on the Truck.

Cheers!!
 

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Nice build. Does the missus know you stole one of her dining room chairs? :D
 

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The Canyon/Colorado truck is ready for final revisons. Making the new billet upper and lower plenum now. Will look factory when complete.
 
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