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Everything posted by RyanDarr1979

  1. Thanks Loren. Sorry for the double post...
  2. I understand the GT3 has 295/30zr18 as OEM size. Any fitment issues with 285/30zr18s on 11 inch width rear wheels? thanks, Ryan
  3. i have an 03 c2 with the evo/vf engineering supercharger kit installed, and I love it. The kit is overengineered with stock reliability, oem install and 996tt performance as primary goals. I have 35k miles and the car runs like a top. The kit also comes with a chargecooler to cool the charge before entering the throttle body. For $11k-$13k USD, you get +120 hp/80 lbft (150 hp/90 lbft on 3.6 engine) with a relatively modest 6psi boost. With the kit and a performance exhaust, I am at about 480 hp. They also reset the redline to 7k rpms and remove the soft limiter and top speed gov. Dont expect 9
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