For max boost race applications that is true. For street vehicles spending a small percentage of operation under boost and mostly mid range power at that the TVS has some interesting advantages.The best PD superchargers are twin screw Lysholm style units and they cost a heap more than the Eatons.
Justen,It would be interesting to find an independent TVS versus twinscrew comparison?
The Harrop LS1 etc kits seem to make good power from the new eatons? They do have an extra 2 litres+ of capacity though
I'm curious if anyone is running or planning on running a 2.3 litre harrop supercharger on a 1uz. I'm just about to get the 1.9 litre one from Bullet but thinking if I can go bigger, I should be it now. Is it not to extreme? Would it fit on the same bullet manifold?So TVS, Opcon or Kenne Bell are the likely options then? For 400kw (flywheel) of flow i'd get away with a 2.3 litre without having to run stupid boost? or need something bigger?
I figured that's what the TRD MP90 was? There are a couple of UZ options then?Hey JustenGT8
Have you had a look at the 4.7ltr TRD supercharger that has the water intercooler in it, sort off the same as what the ford V8 are using here.
They are a 2.3ltr supercharger, but mounted upside down, so the boost can go throught the intercooler before been routed into the engine.
You may be able to pick 1 off them up cheap, i know the ford units are good for up to about 40psi, as my engine builder was playing with 1 after he had build my combo up using the 3.3ltr whipple?