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Old 07-20-2017, 01:11 AM   #1
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Supercharged 07 HB 5 spd bayou bleu

I've decided to sell my 07 HB 5 spd with Power Enterprise supercharger and lots of other mods. Here is a pretty much full list of what I've done to her and it's current condition.
2007 Yaris (of course) 2 door HB 5spd
125xxx (still commute with it to work so miles will increase a little)
Bought with 64xxx miles on it. Only thing aftermarket on it at time of purchase was a set of velocity wheels. Have studded snow tires (Cooper's) on stock steelies.
I have a brand new set of Goodyear v-rated rsa's going to mount shortly.
My mods I've done (90% of which was done around 88xxx miles:
Rotella T6 used since day one of purchase (actual first mod)
Power Enterprise's supercharger kit w/intercooler
NST crank pulley real sensitive when cranking over to start with PE set up (have stock pulley if wanted)
TRD sport shocks and struts
TRD rear sway bar
Cusco sub frame brace
Canadian gauge cluster with tach (in mph)
Entire car was repainted after a deer ran into the passenger side on way to work one morning (not a bad hit a all)(I've got pics if you want to see it)
A VIS vitz rs fiberglass front bumper as well as a Kaminari fiberglass cowl hood with custom paint
I still have the stock bumper and hood if wanted.
TRD badges front and rear
Short throw shift kit
Extended shift shaft with ball grip
Wpn R header
TRD muffler with stainless steel tip
Vitz rs LED tail lights (OEM from Japan)
Rear spoiler
Tinted windows (all except windshield)
Focal 4 channel amp
6.5 focals in front door with remote tweeters in trim next to small front window on both doors (with crossovers)
Can't remember what I've got in the back for speakers.
I'll look when I get a chance
AVH-X4800BS head unit
No sub in it but can easily be added
Sound deadened the entire floor side panels etc.
I pride myself on a nice clean install on sound system so don't worry about that.
Block heater
Perrin antenna
Vertically positioned rear wiper
Prius wiper stalk with intermittent function
Oem cruise control installed
Mounted 2 switches in driver side door panel for left and right garage doors
Weather tech front floor mats
Hella hi and low tone horn mod
Toyota Engine block heater
***Only real issue it has (purely cosmetic) is the front VIS bumper. The body shop I used in town didn't really prep it well enough and it has chips in it. Some big, some small. Can be redone by a body shop that knows how to properly prep and paint fiberglass. The very bottom of it has a split in it that can also be repaired. I have to replace the fog lights. The glass on both are both shattered. The hood is fine just the bumper will need work on it.***

As far as utilizing the full power of the PE unit a light weight flywheel and performance clutch and lsd (as you might already know would make this car a hell of a lot quicker and more responsive.
Mounted and hooked up a boost gauge but with intercooler installed I think it was messing with it so I disconnected it and it just sits there for looks.

Sorry I don't have pics of current condition yet. I have to clean it up and will get some posted soon.
Rock bottom lowered price
$5500.00

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Old 07-20-2017, 08:30 AM   #2
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That's where the PE s/c went!

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Old 07-20-2017, 08:29 PM   #3
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I bought it brand new from Japan. You talking about a used one?
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Old 07-20-2017, 10:45 PM   #4
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did they do a top mount IC with their kit?
what do you use for engine management?
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Old 07-21-2017, 12:33 AM   #5
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I installed the PE supercharger myself

I mounted it behind the lower mesh grill. Engine management provided from PE with kit. It's there PCON piggy back computer. I did all the install of supercharger kit myself. Was a certified Audi tech for 5 years mechanic since I can't remember.
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Old 07-21-2017, 12:51 AM   #6
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Here she is

Right after I got it out of body shop. Put stock headlights back on. Barn owl took out the ones in these pics. Stock ones much stronger anyways.
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Old 07-21-2017, 09:00 AM   #7
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Do you have any videos of it driving and running? I'd love to see how it performs as well as well as know how reliable and drivable it is.
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Old 07-21-2017, 12:13 PM   #8
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Video request

I can try to make one if you want. I can honestly say that the addition of the supercharger was a night and day difference. It gets better fuel mileage and pulls up hills no problem not even having to drop down into 4th like when it was stock. Even with a/c running.
With the TRD sportivo shocks, struts and rear sway it handles like it's on rails. Made a considerable difference in road manners. No kidding. I use it for commuting so haven't thrashed on it like say auto cross or anything.
Replaced battery last year. Like I said in desription I have 4 brand new Goodyear rsa's going on it soon.
I'd drive it the way it is right now cross country with no hesitation. Drove it last summer to pick up my son from eastern Montana to Chattanooga Tennessee and back and spent $150 on fuel. That's doing 80 90% of the trip. Not to shabby in my honest opinion.
Also I have the stock suspension for it in case someone wants to put it back on for like winter or whatever. I have the stock hood and bumper as well as the engine components if wanted a stock setup. IMHO the car is much more fun to drive the way it is. But to each their own.

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Old 07-21-2017, 08:52 PM   #9
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you did not mention the rear disks in your ad. your plumbing looks confusing. i wonder why they clock the SC the same in the IC as in the non-IC. they must buy them in bulk. Rotrex will downdraft the compressor housing and clock it in any direction. do you have some pictures of the engine bay?
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Old 07-24-2017, 05:26 PM   #10
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Plumbing

Some pics of routing of plumbing for my setup
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Old 07-25-2017, 08:56 AM   #11
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Awesome pics and can't wait to see the vid. I bet this pulls like a beast!
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Old 07-25-2017, 09:53 PM   #12
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wait, wait, wait! is the innercooler plumbed as a pre-cooler??? who designed that?! the purpose of the innercooler is to cool the air and create a more dense charge after it's been heated from being compressed in the supercharger. if you cool the air before it enters the supercharger it will produce a more dense charge going in to the compressor, but not half as much as after the compressor. if you reclock the compressor so the output goes down to the cooler then out to the manifold, not only will it make accessing the spark plugs and top of the engine much easier, but i bet you pick up at least 10hp
just my opinion.
i'm trying to find the money so i can purchase it. i'd love to have it!
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Old 07-26-2017, 10:13 AM   #13
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Old 07-31-2017, 09:19 AM   #14
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Makes sense to route it that way. And would probably pick up more hp. Sure it could be routed that way. It definitely pulls a heck of a lot more than a stock 1.5L. With a better clutch and flywheel and possible LSD (which is available (TRD) through Toyota) it would grab, pull and utilize the power it has.
Never had chance to Dyno. Wanted to install better clutch etc. before I did. Stock clutch is still good but I think setup is almost to much for clutch flywheel etc.
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Old 08-02-2017, 09:17 AM   #15
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Your from Denver SirDigby? That's where I originally bought it in.
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Old 08-03-2017, 12:22 AM   #16
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This is Yarisworld right? Can't believe more people are not jumping on this car! Opened to offers but please don't be insulting.
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Old 08-03-2017, 12:23 AM   #17
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sweet. there are quite a few around here...
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Old 08-03-2017, 07:29 PM   #18
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Oh yeah. It has a 1zz throttle body to. Forgot about that mod.
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