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Old 01-21-2005, 04:37 PM   #1
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precision or procharger

i going f i in about three weeks and i trying to decide which one to get precision or procharger what would u choose just tryin to get an ideal of where to go so opinon only please


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Old 01-21-2005, 08:06 PM   #2
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Okay...this is coming from someone who owns an svtf that is still bone-stock. I've been debating whether to tb or sc my car also. I think most people would say that if you're going to go tb, check out turbo toms kit, before any other one. However, they also acknowledge tom's kit can be a bit pricey, but by all accounts, it's worth every cent in that the whp and wtq number are quite impressive, and very safe for stock 2.0l zetec.

As far as superchargers go, I live in California, so I've been trying to look at kits that are Carb and 50 States legal. So far, in my opinion from researching the different sc out there, the Procharger has the best set-up for the zetec engine. I like the idea of an air-to-air intercooler. I also like the fact that it's oil set up is self-contained and I don't have to relocate my battery! =) The whp and wtq numbers are also more impressive than either the jackson racing sc and the vortech. That being said, I know that how much power and driveability you get out of your car will depend on how good a tune you put on it after installation. For that, you should check out what either kit, or tuner who will install your gear, offers.

Hope this is even somewhat helpful...good specific question tho!

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the precision kit doesnt have a return fuel line! someone just brought that to my attention.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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the precision kit doesnt have a return fuel line! someone just brought that to my attention.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And that would be relevant because.... ?
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