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supercharged 996 anyone?

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rcduggan
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supercharged 996 anyone?

Post by rcduggan » Tue Nov 24, 2009 10:50 pm

anyone have any experience with a supercharged gen 2 996?

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Re: supercharged 996 anyone?

Post by rcduggan » Mon Nov 30, 2009 8:39 pm

anyone suggest a bay area shop to work on SC 996?

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PAUL LARSON
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Re: supercharged 996 anyone?

Post by PAUL LARSON » Fri Dec 11, 2009 4:24 pm

My brother had a TPC supercharger installed on his
997 $S. It always ran with the engine light on.
The stock oil seperator was not good enough.
He eventually found oil in the hose from the supercharger
to the throtle body. He just had it taken off this week and
he picks up his stock car today (12-11-09).
Paul

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Post by rcduggan » Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:50 am

paul, i think we have all the kinks worked out. i had a crack in my cooling tank and ecu was not adjusted. car is wicked fast but from what i got from our posts at renntech is my MAF sensor will have to be 'adjusted'. any suggestions on dyno in the peninsula?

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Post by PAUL LARSON » Mon Dec 14, 2009 2:26 pm

I just found out that my brother blew out his factory
oil seperator filter. This filter is somewhere on the
top of the motor near the transmission.
I know that there is a Dyno at Thunderhill racetrack. It is
in a garage to the left after you enter.
Also, Jeff Kost has a Dyno at Pacific Motor Sports. Their add
is on the website page.
If you really want one on the peninsula, I would call Jerry Woods
Racing in Campbell. They work on some real fast
race cars.
Paul

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