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Old 06-07-2007, 09:36 PM   #1
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Jackson racing vs. procharger?

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I'm getting an svt focus, and i was looking at some blowers. I narrowed it down to jackson racing or procharger. I heard the procharger can make around 270 whp, similar to the JRSC w/ BBK. Which is the better setup, with regards to performance, reliability, etc? And also, are they basically bolt-on? Anyone who has had experience with any of these kits, can you guys point me in the right direction? Thanks much, appreciate it!


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the bbk jrsc will not make 270whp....theres no comparison between the two, but if you were to compare you could do a pworks or a procharger....my personal opinion would be a procharger tho
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is the procharger the better kit then? would you know if its reliable, etc? i read it gives approx. a 60% hp increase, which is 270 whp. but does that kit come with a tune...?
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procharger is better. it costs more for a reason. a big part of that is it's intercooled, the JRSC isn't
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Procharger does NOT come with a tune or injectors. It is a FANTASTIC blower with huge power potentials. From about 3500 rpms up to 7000 it seriously screams and sounds like a jet!! 10lb kits are seeing in the 270whp with good tunes. Changing the oil sucks, thats about it. Install was very easy. This is all from personal experience!
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so my next question would be: where to get one? and also: if its i/c'd, then i also assume it comes with some sort of tune, right? is the kit complete, with bigger injectors, etc.?
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Procharger does NOT come with a tune or injectors. It is a FANTASTIC blower with huge power potentials. From about 3500 rpms up to 7000 it seriously screams and sounds like a jet!! 10lb kits are seeing in the 270whp with good tunes. Changing the oil sucks, thats about it. Install was very easy. This is all from personal experience!


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they posted at pretty much the same time. he didn't see utahsvt's post yet
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...yea', as much as love the JRSC+BBK--'been runnin' it for 30k miles--but, the procharger will blow the the JRSC out of the water. But, if you like reliability, and added fun, then JRSC is a good option. 'Good luck with the shopping.
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...yea', as much as love the JRSC+BBK--'been runnin' it for 30k miles--but, the procharger will blow the the JRSC out of the water. But, if you like reliability, and added fun, then JRSC is a good option. 'Good luck with the shopping.
So are you insinuating the procharger is unreliable?
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