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i am looking at a supercharger made by dragon engineering. it is a 3.3liter low profile kit that is top mount and will fit under my stock hood. does anyone know more about it. is it a good kit? what kind of supercharger would yall recommend. my car is putting out 472 at the rear wheels. you can see my car on youtube. tell me what you think.
http://youtu.be/rGHBCCIrf5g.
 

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Is dragon actually in production again? I remember their system had real promise several years ago and they or their system ran into problems.

What are your goals? Those are nice rims, but what tires do you have? A positive displacement blower makes a lot of torque, but most 20 profile tires aren't going to hook it up.

A&A and ECS both make a nice centri kit that will take you well above 600 RWHP. A centri kit can normally work with a lumpy cam, but most PD blower cars seem to use milder ones.
 

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Damn! Looking good and sounding good too! She hit'n something nice! What cam you running?

I went with the A&A Vortech... couldn't be happier.. lots of torque and top end power! 600+ whp on the stock block. Like most mods, it's just a matter of preference.

I agree with Ragtop, you'll definitely need some new rubber to hook. I'm running Kuhmo ECSTA XS's on the rear. Awesome summer performance tire and they perform well in wet weather too.
 

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Sure sounds good.. I'm guessing you can run it with a blower??? I'm planning to run a mild cam with a .408 upgraded this spring/summer.
 
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