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Old 12-09-2008, 07:52 PM   #1
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There is a shop by where I live that sells the jackson racing supercharger for svtf for $2749. Just seeing if that sounds like the right price for these. It does not have bbk


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That's kinda pricey for the power you'll get with that. I can sell you the Procharger with FMIC HERE
For your SVT it would be just the blower,piping to FMIC, FMIC, pc oil, K&N Filter with recharge kit, installation manual. You would have to get piping from the FMIC to the TB made since the piping that's there is for a ZX3 only. $2,700.

More power and easier install than the JRSC.
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It does have the tuning though. that sounds about right for a new JRSC
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gmanj23, the price is right on the money if the kit is new and complete. I would take a JRSC over a Procharger any day of the week and here is why. I installed a used (5,000 mi) JRSC two years ago, added the BBK at install because it included a tune from Ford Racing. The total cost of this project was $2300 and I have not had a single problem or any additional maintenance. I have put about 30,000 miles on my car since adding the JRSC and to this day I have never had to pull the factory sparkplugs for any reason, not even to regap them.
Some people don`t think that adding 70 hp is much but I think that a 50% increase is substantial. It is not the most powerful power adder but it is reliable and a 215 hp focus is a hell of a lot of fun to drive.
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i would definatly go for it, so long as the kit is complet...tune and all. See if you can talk them down too. Doubt that shop sees a big demand for Focus JRSC. Its probably been there for a while
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thanks for all the input
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I would get the Procharger.....

Anything you get should be Custom Dyno Tuned!!

Not every car wears the same and a generic tune can only be so good...
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i agree^
i dont think i would pay 2700 for a new JRSC w/ out the bbk. I guess it also depends on your mechanical ability but in my opinion you could probably piece together a decent turbo kit or source a slightly used SC kit for much less and make more power.
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gmanj23, the price is right on the money if the kit is new and complete. I would take a JRSC over a Procharger any day of the week and here is why. I installed a used (5,000 mi) JRSC two years ago, added the BBK at install because it included a tune from Ford Racing. The total cost of this project was $2300 and I have not had a single problem or any additional maintenance. I have put about 30,000 miles on my car since adding the JRSC and to this day I have never had to pull the factory sparkplugs for any reason, not even to regap them.
Some people don`t think that adding 70 hp is much but I think that a 50% increase is substantial. It is not the most powerful power adder but it is reliable and a 215 hp focus is a hell of a lot of fun to drive.
Hmm I have PC 8PSI unit on my SVT for 2 years not a single problem with PC, and I spent $1500 on used unit
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very nice! PC'ers are nice units
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