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Hello All,

With my latest purchase my plan to build a forged KV6 have come to a hault, I had thought about keeping them but theres no reason having money parked in things that wont be used.

For sale is my Sprintex Supercharger and JE forged pistons.

I have had the supercharger since 2005, as you know i had a few issues in the early days which we slowly overcame. This charger has the uprated bearings in the snout, it also has a custom oil feed and drain. The lid was machined down so not to rub on the bonnet, but it could do with a little more tbh. This also has a custom spec 7th injector if required. The screw unit is a opcron unit rather than the later spintex own versions. this cost £4500

The pistons were new at the begining of the year, they were fitted to a engine ran by GTMSpyder, however he had never changed the map of the car and had mods that were not allowed for. He had a issue with liners, i feel this is fuel related. So he got bored and spent money elsewhere. The pistons are undamaged. They are copys of the std piston so std compression, I am not sure if there is enough to take a skim of the top if wanting lower? they cost around £850 plus shipping to america, they are JE pistons.

What do you need? well the Perfect Power ecu i have is locked it is mapped to have a decat, and induction kit. So maybe one of these.

If you were going for big numbers you "could" purchase uprated liners as they are teh same as 1.8.

without forged pistons this car had between 250 and 260 bhp , driveability was fantastic, it sounded mental and was huge fun, it ran me up the quarter mile in 13.5 in a striped zs with std flywheel and wheels.

Grab a bargin - £1500
 

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So what do you get

Supercharger c/w perfect power ecu, map sensor a few other sensors, snout and mounts , oh and oiler kit.




pistons although these have been used for around 400 miles.


 

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it already works, but it would depend what your doing i spose.

If your looking to run it spot on then your probably need a new perfect power piggy back or simular to detect boost and fire fuel in also if possible advance and retard timing and a mapper to go with it.

ran like this, but on th day the rollers were running bad everybody was down bhp. it did run 219atw though
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K43zN2OazBQ&feature=channel_video_title
 
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