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Ok, I was the guy that bought the supercharger that was posted here last week. I didn't do my home ...




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Old 09-28-2009, 05:43 PM
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Paxton Supercharger Help!

Ok, I was the guy that bought the supercharger that was posted here last week. I didn't do my home work so so here I go. The kit was off a R/C 6 speed, I have a Q/C auto everything is interchangeable accept the cam timing tuning box. I can buy a new one for the Q/C from Paxton for $900.00.
Sean @ Roe tells me if I can get the program he can tune my SCT scanner. I contacted DCPerformance because I was told they have a program and they say I have to send the electronic box fron Paxton to them to reprogram as well as my trucks own control box to get better shifting points and up the rpm, costing about the same as a new box from Paxton. Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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Old 09-28-2009, 05:49 PM
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You may want to also check out B&G. They tend to be a little cheaper and I'm guessing if DC can do it, so can B&G
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Old 09-28-2009, 05:50 PM
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Dc or Roe....all these guys know what they are doing hands down... im tuned with an SCT and love it
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Email torrie@unleashedtuning.com get the SCT from him and the tunes , mention my name and get the best support in the world,
but you may need a aem or some other wideband to help out with the tuning to get it absolutley perfect, but torrie can get you real close.

but take the time, dont take but a couple seconds to send him an email and jsut see what he thinks for ya. never take the first suggestions, allways check around with everyone
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Old 09-28-2009, 06:13 PM
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This is probably the kit I originally sold. This kit is in great shape, but I dont think you need a different timing box. I think the only dofference is the air breather line and what not. Anyway, this kit will work great for you once you get the bug figured out with the QC differences.
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It is the kit you had posted. Im just trying to do right by my truck and not hurt her
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If I were to do it again right now I would go with the SCT and some bigger injectors, and yes you will need to go with bigger injectors because the split second controller also controls the 2 jumper pumps that come in the Paxton kit. Going the with SCT you eliminate cutting into the wire harness and cutting into the fuel line. It will cut down on your install time for sure.
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If I were to do it again right now I would go with the SCT and some bigger injectors, and yes you will need to go with bigger injectors because the split second controller also controls the 2 jumper pumps that come in the Paxton kit. Going the with SCT you eliminate cutting into the wire harness and cutting into the fuel line. It will cut down on your install time for sure.

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Email torrie@unleashedtuning.com get the SCT from him and the tunes , mention my name and get the best support in the world,
but you may need a aem or some other wideband to help out with the tuning to get it absolutley perfect, but torrie can get you real close.

but take the time, dont take but a couple seconds to send him an email and jsut see what he thinks for ya. never take the first suggestions, allways check around with everyone

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If I were to do it again right now I would go with the SCT and some bigger injectors, and yes you will need to go with bigger injectors because the split second controller also controls the 2 jumper pumps that come in the Paxton kit. Going the with SCT you eliminate cutting into the wire harness and cutting into the fuel line. It will cut down on your install time for sure.

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