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Old July 7th, 2020, 10:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I have my 2007 eclipse gs and I was wondering if anyone could help me and let me know where I can get a supercharger for the 2.4 4cylinder gs???? any help is appreciated.
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Becuase i know ripp had one but they don't make it anymore.
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Old July 8th, 2020, 08:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
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You'll either go custom, or find a used one.

If you're even remotely good with tools, turbo is the better go. You'll make more power, and get ~35-40mpg highway done right instead of ~15-20mpg supercharged guys get
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Old July 10th, 2020, 11:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I expected you to get more help so I didn't answer but since you didn't let me give use some help because I'm going supercharger first check out the Miata forums there were originally learned about hotside supercharger belts after that realize your hot side is the front of your engine find your boat holes or how you're going to make your brackets and you're going to need the source and m90 or m62 those are my options both are great for our engine. M62 comes from Cobalt SS m90 any of the old Pontiac Chevy GM supercharged family cars pretty much make sure you get a decent size snout after you figure out how you want to mount it line your s*** up double check it to the millimeter and then you're going to have to figure out do you want to go straight to the intake or do you want to enter cool in which case me personally I'm going to mount it right side up in front of it or slightly cocked maybe like a 45 degree angle and then have a flames with a cone on the bottom go around front to a front mount intercooler on the passenger side exit on the driver side and of course that's going to be to engine. Hell if u have cold air intake it's already there. Now course that's not all there is to it but that's what I'm personally doing proven to be very workable on the hot side with from the Miata guys I'm actually going to ceramic coat my manifold with some good old vht and the heat shields that I do keep anything to keep temperatures down pretty much bro with that hot side if you can keep those goddamn temperatures and check which getting rid of those two big ass cats would massively help with you're already past the 2nd hardest part. Now the first hardest part number one on the list figuring out your brackets give me a week or so I'm not going to tell you how to mount it how to make them in all that and I haven't even got to make my eyes yet but once my eyes are done I'll take some pictures and I'll tell you until then research research research or hell surpass your limits you can do it bro look at some of the other kits other custom setups pretty sure you can come up with some now it's pretty easy it's not hard it's just thinking outside the box
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