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Old 01-20-2009, 03:35 PM   #1
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Power Enterprise Supercharger JUST RELEASED!

Which one do you prefer?

How much is a reasonable price to pay?
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:43 PM   #2
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well as of right now the only "plug and play", or "bolt on" option we have is a SC by Blitz. It has gotten good reviews aside from some PITA situations with installing it. If you want a turbo your gonna have to peice one together or take your chances with some iffy kits. Caliyaris has one SC left i believe @$3400. Seeing as its the only Blitz SC you can buy without a royal PITA, I'd say its worth it if youve got it
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:46 PM   #3
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Do you want to be boosted now? Or practically never? You can install a supercharger now for about $3500. You can talk and wish alot and a long time for a turbocharger kit. Just read all the turbocharger threads that have died off.

If someone had a turbocharger kit working today, I'd go turbo due to the higher hp gains. It just depends upon how long are you willing to wait for the thrill of the surge.
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:47 PM   #4
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Which one do you prefer?

How much is a reasonable price to pay?

The eternal question.

No right answer for it.

So far there is one SC option available and Zero Turbo options available.

How do you compare that? ; )
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:55 PM   #5
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The eternal question.

So far there is one SC option available and Zero Turbo options available.

How do you compare that? ; )
You stated my thoughts much more succinctly!
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Old 01-20-2009, 04:57 PM   #6
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turbo, plug and play. 180whp please. 2500$
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Old 01-20-2009, 06:10 PM   #7
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$3770 SHIPPED TO 48 STATES for 142 WHP?
anything outside that pays the difference

worth it to you?
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Old 01-20-2009, 06:19 PM   #8
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Old 01-20-2009, 06:26 PM   #9
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Is this the ROTREX super charger kit, as seen on the Power Enterprises website?



At this point, I am very interested. Very VERY interested if you throw in an intercooler for future increases of boost. :D
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Old 01-20-2009, 07:06 PM   #10
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Yes, Gideon it is one in the same

I was speaking to Gastrex, evidently there are more than one engine version for the yaris available...

this one is good for the Toyota (Scion) NCP91(2WD)

250,000RPM
Centrifugal type, much more quieter and efficient, nearly the same power band as a turbo!!!
Up to 98% Efficiency
Traction Drive - NO gears, much less heat than blower type or roots type.
YES, THE PIGGY BACK IS REPROGRAMMABLE!!
YES, THERE ARE OPTIONS TO INCREASE BOOST!!
YES, IT WILL BOLT RIGHT UP, IN ABOUT 4 HOURS!!! (assuming you know what your doing)
YES, IT WILL WORK WITH A STOCK SETUP!! we setup our kits for "safety" there is much more room for Power!!

MADE IN JAPAN AND DENMARK!!! NOT SOME CHINA KNOCK OFFS!!



Gastrex also noted that two other people here have tried or bought the system from Japan...

We Power Enterprise USA were NOT allow to sell, support or give any other advice/comments to the US market, as of TODAY 1/20/09 have received the OK from Rotrex to sell to the US market.

PE USA will support any kits purchased directly from us or our authorized dealers.

http://powerenterpriseusa.net/Powern...trex-news.html


Price will be $3770 SHIPPED to any upper 48 states any where else has to pay the difference.



The picture shows Toyota VITZ (Yaris) with Rotrex C15-60 charger.
A piggyback fuel controller (pre-programed & Reprogramable) included.
Boost pressure of 0.4kg/cm2 , no inter cooler, generates 142 whp.



Toyota VITZ kit consists of:
(all the parts shown on the photo left)
1. Pre-Programed & Programable Fuel controller
2. C15-60 super charger with oil cooler kit
3. Brackets, fasteners, pulley, belt, belt tensioner, tubing & hoses
$4350





Toyota VITZ w/C15-60, 1st test without inter cooler produced 142WHP at 0.4kg/cm2 and produced 150WHP with inter cooler addition.

Remarks
■The kit is designed specifically for Toyota (Scion) NCP91(2WD)
■The fuel controller preprogramed with use of Power's Air Impulse
■91 or higher octane gas must be used.
■Spark plugs need to be changed to #7 heat range
■Recommended Engine oil: 40w or 50w


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Old 01-20-2009, 07:09 PM   #11
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The thread is fine, and good to see that we finally have a Rotrex unit on the market!
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Throw in the intercooler for that price and shipping to hawaii included for that price also and i would be sold.
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Throw in the intercooler for that price and shipping to hawaii included for that price also and i would be sold.
Sorry the best I can offer is the shipping included to Hawaii....including an intercooler is out of the question...sorry

*Note since I am offering the shipping to Hawaii I will extend it to Alaska and any other US territory. This will be good until Feb 14th


you can use an OEM subaru intercooler or something similar.


Kits may also be picked up from our Irvine, CA office. Must be paid in cash if picked up.
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Old 01-20-2009, 07:49 PM   #14
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Oh fart, it's my move now..


So guys, is this kit worth it? Where's the pros at. Pick this thing apart! I'm waiting.
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Old 01-20-2009, 07:51 PM   #15
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PETERPOOP, what? You don't even ask for a video of the thing running? You're getting soft, man.
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Oh fart, it's my move now..


So guys, is this kit worth it? Where's the pros at. Pick this thing apart! I'm waiting.


HAHAHA yes your move
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Old 01-20-2009, 07:53 PM   #17
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PETERPOOP, what? You don't even ask for a video of the thing running? You're getting soft, man.
Good point. What was I thinking!


Yah give me a video of a vitz or yaris running this kit atleast! Jeez. Some 0-60 times? 1/4 mile times with this thing? Where's the videos!?!?!?!?
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Old 01-20-2009, 08:16 PM   #18
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gimme a few months to a year to save and im in. haha but seriously, so for this looks liek the route i wanna go, but coughing up 4gs? payment plans available? can i sign up for the power enterprises credit card? haha
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