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Old 01-01-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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Up for sale is my JRSC for 1.6 with P/S and A/C.

This setup has been on my car in various revisions for two years and has served me well. I purchased it used and have run it for less than 15,000 miles. Unfortunately, no CARB sticker.

It includes;

M45 supercharger with mounting brackets/parts; fluid replaced when I installed it
Crossover pipe with bung for AIT
S/C inlet "U" pipe with tapped hole for water-meth nozzle
Dummy throttle body

It also includes multiple TDR upgrades;

Trackdog Racing tensioner (HUGE improvement)
Trackdog Racing crank pulley overlay (to run higher boost)
Trackdog Racing intake (original air filter housing included)
Trackdog Racing couplings

Also including belts for running with the big boost pulley and miscellaneous parts such as holder for the throttle cable. I will do my best to piece together the original tensioner (awful) and include it with the sale. One other thing is that there is a long heater hose line that connects the ISCV to the "U" pipe; I capped the bung on the "U" pipe and put a little check valve and air filter at the ISCV. Buyer can do as they wish with this.

What it does NOT include is tuning, but I will throw in a set of 1.8 injectors. These 1.8's supplied me enough fuel with a standalone and the big boost pulley. I will throw in the caveat that some sort of charge cooling (I used water-methanol) should be used with the big boost pulley.

I had a primitive "intake" when running without an AFM; if deleting the AFM, buyer can either be primitive or purchase a nice silicone piece from TDR similar to the one for the intake with AFM.

Photos are below. A couple things not pictured are the 1.8 injectors and install documents for the supercharger and TDR tensioner, which I will include.

Price is $1400 shipped to the Continental US, payment via Paypal. Parts are located near Minneapolis, MN. I am not interested in parting it out for the time being. Thanks!











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Progress - assembled original tensioner and air filter assembly. Organized OEM parts to complete the swap over the weekend. Re-read the install document to make sure I don't miss anything. Would have gotten a nice start tonight except it's -12*F
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very interested! how difficult was the install?
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very interested! how difficult was the install?
I would not say it was a very difficult install, but there are a few things to take your time with. Also, it is important to read the install document carefully and assemble things correctly so that it works properly the first time.

I spent extra time on;

Bracket for the throttle cable - I made one because it was missing from the kit when I received it. Proper alignment of the throttle cable is very important. The buyer will get the bracket I made.

Belt alignment - it is important to align the supercharger with the drive system, otherwise belts won't last. May take a few rounds of running the car, checking alignment, adjusting, etc.

Belt tension - this was a challenge for me with the original tensioner, but the TDR tensioner makes this much easier and is more forgiving in terms of belt length. I can include a belt for running with the big boost pulley, but I do not believe I have one for the normal crank pulley.

Also splicing wires to extend the AFM connector, and assembling the plumbing going into the supercharger so it clears the brake lines etc.

Overall, very manageable IMHO, but taking your time pays dividends instead of having to do it multiple times or struggling with clearances/belt wear/alignment.
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what did you use for the computer?
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engine management ^
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Originally, with the stock crank pulley, I had the OEM ECU with a rising rate fuel pressure regulator (FPR). Then I added an MSD timing retard box.

When I went to the big boost pulley, I installed the DIYPNP that is currently on my car. The buyer will need to arrange their own engine management as there is none included with this kit, although the included 1.8L injectors should supply enough fuel to keep up with the big boost pulley when combined with a Megasquirt or similar.

If you wanted to get the kit going at low/original boost, you could do so with an FPR like the one WRX787 is selling here.
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Kit has been uninstalled and is ready to ship. Photos are in the original post.

Buy it!
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Tuesday bump. Kit is boxed up!
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