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Dave above has been supercharged for a while and can help more than I can about most mods...

I have only had mine about a week, but did the install myself. Whats up?
 

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lol~~~ only if you guys can find a way to get a chip to control both turbo and supercharger at the same time.. not as easy as you guys think.. :)
 

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just get an extrernal sc that has an electronic clutch that stays on when there is no pressure comming from the turbo and when the turbo start to spool up the sc shuts down both the turbo and the sc run into the same ic and the turbo feeds into the sc when it is off.

or do it by rpms. if the turbo starts boosting at 3500rpms then the sc should be on till 3550rpms thatway thereis no lag what so ever.
 

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2wickedtoyz said:
just get an extrernal sc that has an electronic clutch that stays on when there is no pressure comming from the turbo and when the turbo start to spool up the sc shuts down both the turbo and the sc run into the same ic and the turbo feeds into the sc when it is off.

or do it by rpms. if the turbo starts boosting at 3500rpms then the sc should be on till 3550rpms thatway thereis no lag what so ever.
That would be exactly what i want to do with mine, chuck a stand-alone on there and run it that way :cool:
 

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from what i know, stand-alone ecu does not control the Boost on supercharger and turbo.... so even if you get the air/fuel right, you won't be able to control the boost.

anyways... i'm not saying it can't be done.. just that you'll have to spend alot of money just to get the right electronics and tuning...

my advise?... go with Turbo along...
 

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it won't cost any more to do twin turbo set up as it would be to do a sc/turbo set up. there is a guy on honda-tech.com that has a twin turbo civic how about a toyota guy beat these hondas to the twin charged set up?

here is a question for you: how does the sc(factory) work on the 4agze motor? it does shut off after a certain rpm right? and you can purchase the motor with the thing still on it with an ecu right?
so why not add the turbo to it and keep the boost at higher rpms is it that difficult?
 

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2wickedtoyz said:
it won't cost any more to do twin turbo set up as it would be to do a sc/turbo set up. there is a guy on honda-tech.com that has a twin turbo civic how about a toyota guy beat these hondas to the twin charged set up?

here is a question for you: how does the sc(factory) work on the 4agze motor? it does shut off after a certain rpm right? and you can purchase the motor with the thing still on it with an ecu right?
so why not add the turbo to it and keep the boost at higher rpms is it that difficult?
I think we had this disscussion earlier... the TRD s/c doesnt have an electronic Clutch so far as i know.. hence the reason why i personally am starting with a better flowing head..
 
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