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Old 08-30-2005, 06:54 PM   #111
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The kit will be shipping soon. i just emailed zzp and they said that it will be shipped soon and most parts are in stock. YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Since itll cost $1800 installed at ZZP is the kit $1500? Did you happen to get the price?
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Old 08-30-2005, 07:26 PM   #113
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Very nice development! The *only* thing I don't like about it is the near complete lack of belt wrap.

Be interesting to see how they minimize slip.
i read a write up on ZZPs site, that had an MP112 Blower with the same belt set up running near 20lbs of boost with no belt slippage
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Very nice development! The *only* thing I don't like about it is the near complete lack of belt wrap.

Be interesting to see how they minimize slip.
i read a write up on ZZPs site, that had an MP112 Blower with the same belt set up running near 20lbs of boost with no belt slippage
I believe the MP112'* have around at least 30% belt wrap.

Maybe it'* the angle of the pic, but it appears that setup has maybe 10%.
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Since itll cost $1800 installed at ZZP is the kit $1500? Did you happen to get the price?
they said it will depend on what you get

heres my rough price list w/o tax
*/C and IM 250
machined intake 150
install kit 175
fuel logs 359.99
modular pulley system 139.99
ported */C 200
1274.98

there are a few extra things that i didnt include like a zzp coupler, balancer and all of the accessory pulleys from a gtp.

but a */C L36 for <$1500 looks entirely possible.
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there are a few extra things that i didnt include like a zzp coupler, balancer and all of the accessory pulleys from a gtp.

but a */C L36 for <$1500 looks entirely possible.
A balancer and the accessory pulleys from a L67 are not used. . . . . .One belt - The Supercharger is driven by the acc. belt. There is two other things that are needed for some apps. : coil pack bracket and alt. relocation bracket.

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The *only* thing I don't like about it is the near complete lack of belt wrap.

Be interesting to see how they minimize slip.
I don't think that you are going to have to worry about belt wrap just because once you get to the point that you start droping pulleys you'll need an IC. Which will basically give you more belt wrap because you are raising the height of the blower.
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there are a few extra things that i didnt include like a zzp coupler, balancer and all of the accessory pulleys from a gtp.

but a */C L36 for <$1500 looks entirely possible.

but the zzp website said that if a standard pulley is used, the pulleys from a gtp are needed.
http://zzperformance.com/products1.php?id=382
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Yep exactly, if you want to use a reg. supercharger pulley you are going to need those items. ZZP sells pulley that fit there MPS that are used for the kit.
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So you need those extra things if you use the 4 inch pully?

Dont you need new injectors if you want to run more boost?
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So you need those extra things if you use the 4 inch pully?

Dont you need new injectors if you want to run more boost?

i dont know about the pulley thing

yes, stock injectors cant handle more that the 5lb the kit runs.
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