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Old 11-22-2006, 01:09 PM   #1
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just like it says. the kit has about 10k miles on, 9k of it driven by the old man who owned it before. the roots in the superchager are in pristine condition (pulled the cover off when i pulled the charger system off about 6 months ago. the sale includes all the bolts and hoses and grommets and clamps, and also what is not in the picture:

JRSC boost timing controller (new they are 400 bucks)
extra superchager outlet pipe for the superchager (polished)
instructions for the kit
a home made o2 clamp and boost switch if you wish to have it
lower pulley mount for non-AC and non-PS cars

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1199 shipped OBO

-cross over pipe
2 rubber connectors
4 hose clamps
-supercharger intake arm (afm side)
2 rubber connectors
4 hose clamps
-AFM compact air filter element
-AFM compact air filter element adapter plate and top plate
-supercharger mounting bracket (for mounting on cylinder head above exhaust manifold)
-Auxilary fuel pressure regulator
vacuum hose to connect in line with intake manifold
2 vampire fittings to connect inline with fuel lines
1 foot fuel line with associated hose clamp
-custom AC bracket (for mounting static tensioner pulley)
-static tensioner pulley
-4 rib supercharger drive belt (used in conjunction with ac bracket and static tensioner in drive formation "d", see instruction manual for details)
3 feet of about 1" rubber hosing (crossover breathing from supercharger to intake manifold)
reversion pressure valve thingie (adds about .5 lb of boost im told)
host is cut in half, but you can get an idea of what you will be needing to complete the installation
-dummy throttle body
tbody gasket (worn but useable if you wish)
lower supercharger mounting support bracket (mounts to block and bottom of supercharger)
-m45 supercharger
pulley on and valves that control something or another
extra intake extractor plate (polished, it goes on top fo the supercharger and connects to crossover pipe)
-boost timing control unit
black box that is the timing unit
adjuster **** that you mount in your cab somewhere
vacuum line that runs from the blackbox to inline vacuum lines in engine, including the t-fitting for vacuum lines
-IACV blockoff plate (for relocation of throttle body to driver side)
-throttle cable relocation bracket
-JRSC instruction manual
-JR BTC instruction manual
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Didn't sell the first time around? Too bad, this is a great deal!

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what kinda power do these make at the wheels? Will I need an intercooler for track events?

this could tide me over until I put together a turbo car.
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ya, its still here, i just want it gone already. its packaged and ready to go. literally ready to be shipped off.
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You could probably get 130-140whp with out an I/C, I think this is about 5-6psi.

I've driven a 1.6jrsc car and they are a lot of fun.
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hustler, my car put down 135, no tuning, no clamp, on 2.5psi (had a boost leak at the time) good torque at higher speeds. if i were tracking it i would say get some race gas or a tuning unit. the power on the supercharger as far as my experience nicely peaky, would work nicely on the track.
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hustler, my car put down 135, no tuning, no clamp, on 2.5psi (had a boost leak at the time) good torque at higher speeds. if i were tracking it i would say get some race gas or a tuning unit. the power on the supercharger as far as my experience nicely peaky, would work nicely on the track.
I've driven a 1.8 at 7 psi with an IC and it was cool (and rolled arround in the red TDR car), but I am scared of running this car hard with crappy piggy back engine managment. what does the AFR look like? Is the o2 clamp necessary, and does it actually get safe AFR's?
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I am thinking I can do this, then get MS installed, then do the real deal turbo motor.

I travel for like 3 months at a time, with one week in between deployments, so this could be a nice option.
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I've driven a 1.8 at 7 psi with an IC and it was cool (and rolled arround in the red TDR car), but I am scared of running this car hard with crappy piggy back engine managment. what does the AFR look like? Is the o2 clamp necessary, and does it actually get safe AFR's?
the afr is that space ship looking thing in the picture with the hoses running out the bottom. well...i guess it looks kinda like a bullet...i dunno..:P
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the afr is that space ship looking thing in the picture with the hoses running out the bottom. well...i guess it looks kinda like a bullet...i dunno..:P
I was referring the the air/fuel ratio, not the fuel pressure regulator.
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PM sent hustler.

btw. the o2 clamp is available with this if you want it, more of a freebie, but its in pretty sore shape, and fairly janky, yet it did work surprisingly.
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I was referring the the air/fuel ratio, not the fuel pressure regulator.
oh my bad. the one time i got the car on my friend's dyno it was in the 13's on the low end and hten went very progressivly beyond 11:1 after that. but the 13's and 11: rating are actually HIGHer than they really are. my friend runs his sniffer off a long tube so he doesnt have to move the whole air-fuel unit for his dynojet, so it throws the numbers a bit. keep in mind that was on 2.5 lbs. id still recommend a MS or a greddy anyway, i dont care what JR says that you can run it without anything.
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Lots of people have run the 1.6jrsc with out any need of additional fueling. I'd recommend something for timing though.
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Lots of people have run the 1.6jrsc with out any need of additional fueling. I'd recommend something for timing though.
does the included jrsc btc suffice?
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Yup it should for the short term. I know someone who is using one on a 99 with the Powercard, TRD I/C and BBK.
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ya, thats the point of it, lol :P that will give you timing for sure.
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i've sent you a pm, I need a little time to think about this.
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still up for grabs.
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Old 11-24-2006, 06:20 PM   #20
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and its REALLY sold this time guys, i shipped it out already. thanks for teh interest guys.
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