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Old 12-09-2012, 10:45 PM
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None taken. I probably should have jumped on it, but its not that big a deal. Like I said before this is the 5th Vortech I have found (didnt really find it, it kind of jumped out at me). I shouldnt be so particular i guess, I'm one of those people who has a plan from the start and wants to finish it that way- But other things always seem to compromise me at the wrong times..... Oh well. I know another KB will pop up sometime but who knows when. Honestly I keep getting closer to doing a turbo. Been doing a lot of research. we'll see. You never know, another vortech might be in the classifieds tomorrow haha. Im sure some people wonder why I didnt just buy the 1st centrifugal that I found...heck some guys have been hunting one of those and have a hard time. Starting to ask my self the same thing. Hopefully the kid who bought the kenne bell will post up some pics and numbers on here somewhere so we can all see how good it works...
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This is a very old thread but 18 month after purchasing the KB S/C on EBay I finally got it installed. I 've posted 3 pics in Album area titled "Kenne Bell 460 Supercharger". I still need to clean up a few things to make it a little nicer under the hood. I only have a short test drive on it but it seems to run great and develops boost at very low RPMs.
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I about pissed my pants when I saw this... Man I am jealous. Can't wait to see the pics and more feed back on driving. I am betting it turned that 460 into a torque monster... Awesome
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Hard to believe you are the only guy on here running one of these.. Last person to have one was back in 2007... Wish it was mine .
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