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Old 31 Oct 2007, 01:36 pm
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Default where can i buy a honda supercharger?

a couple of months ago i saw a supercharger for a honda 1.7 single cam engine but it was on a magazine and now i am intristed to buy it but i can't find it on the internet plz if you know something let me know.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 01:40 pm
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check out nopi,jeg's or search google. do you know the company who makes the supercharger? check out these mfg'svortec superchargerspaxton superchargerskennybell.comthis list can go on but i am lazy
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I was thinking jacksonracing...There the biggest it seems when it comes to honda and acura...But i didnt see anything..I would call them.
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Google dude, Google. too many to list.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 01:48 pm
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Jackson Racing (http://www.jacksonracing.com) is the most popular manufacturer of supercharger kits for Hondas.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 01:51 pm
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There are a few superchargers out there that have been mated to that engine, but they are extremely expensive and usually for really high one off performance. This is why they are so uncommon, realistically you should be looking at a turbo (actually known as a turbo-supercharger) they are far more practical for your application and can be found anywhere. In the real world, spend your money more wisely and do a engine swap if you are looking for instant power. The reason is because to do a proper job of installing a turbo you need to completely rebuild your engine, top and bottom end. My guess is that you saw a turbo in the magazine, i cant find any articles on 1.7l supercharged Honda's.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 01:54 pm
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you dont need a supercharger get a real car and not a ricer or rice burner or rice rocket or "tuner" if you want a fast car
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check out "JACKSON RACING" . the items that you get from jackson racing will always bolt right on with your honda. they had first started with high performance bolt on with hondas and acura. also check out "KING MOTORSPORT" in which they carry "MUGEN" (which is really made by honda) for high performance parts.
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try www.eBay.com or www.kennybell.com
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