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Old 02-26-2006, 05:02 PM   #1
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Can I supercharge a S1 L27?
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Can I supercharge a S1 L27?
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However you will not do it and should not think about doing it or many reasons mainly transmission will not be able to tolerate the added low end torque for one.
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Not with a factory supercharger but a centrifugal supercharger maybe but it'* costly. I suggest looking into a crate L67 from GM and maybe go junkyarding for a used tranny from a SSEi or you could just get the entire drivetrain, would be cheaper to swap in a L67.
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Well, after reading the techinfo article, I think I'm just gonna find an SSEi. They have a lot more goodies than my car, anyway.
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Well, after reading the techinfo article, I think I'm just gonna find an SSEi. They have a lot more goodies than my car, anyway.
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bah...you can always swap
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Well, after reading the techinfo article, I think I'm just gonna find an SSEi. They have a lot more goodies than my car, anyway.
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bah...you can always swap
Well, my dad'* buying me a car anyway, and like I said, the SSEi has more goodies than my car.
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