Setting Up For Big Boost

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    so right now I'm building my pony to be supercharge..... wanted to know more info on it first time going boosted.... I currently have O/R x pipes, intake,throttle body, and headers,(shortie lengthy tuned). thanks again guys for the input oh and have 103k
     
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    Depends on what you consider big boost. If you're planning on a blower with 8-10 psi, don't change anything. More starts to require forged rotating assemblies, blocks, drivetrains, and rear suspension.
     
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    thats exactly Im looking at, she is a daily so yeah
     
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    I'd leave it as is then. Any supercharger kit will provide all the necessary add ons and put you at a respectable 400-450 HP.
     
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    cool man thanks alot for the info, now I know I would have to upgrade my clutch would I be ok with a stock flywheel?
     
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    I wouldn't bother unless it needs to be replaced. Once it does, it wouldn't hurt to throw a light weight flywheel in.
     
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    And you're welcome.
     
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    thank the gods for the info
     
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