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Old 07-29-2005, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default KO Performance 1.9l Eaton supercharger kit

KO Performance 1.9l Supercharger kit is based on the Eaton M62 roots supercharger (used in Downing Atlanta) and produces 220 BHP. The kit is built on a tubular intake manifold and we are offering an indroductory price of $2,499 for the complete kit.
Runs 8 psi
220 bhp
Eaton M62 SC
Built in By-pass system
includes pre-set Fuel pressure regulator
KO tubular intake manifold with longer runners for increased torque.
includes everything for complete instalation
$2,499.00 intor price until september 1.
List price $2,999
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KO Performance 1.9l Supercharger kit is absed on an Eaton M62 roots supercharger (used in Downing Atlanta) and produces 220 BHP. The kit is built on a tubular intake manifold and we are offering an indroductory price of $2,499 for the complete kit.
Runs 7.5 psi
220bhp
Eaton M62 SC
Built in By-pass system
includes pre-setFuel pressure regulator
KO tubular intake manifold with longer runners for increased torque.
includes everything for complete instalation
$2,4999
For more info call (888) 581-1035
Pics?? $2,499 ain't bad at-all compared to DASC.
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KO Performance 1.9l Supercharger kit is absed on an Eaton M62 roots supercharger (used in Downing Atlanta) and produces 220 BHP. The kit is built on a tubular intake manifold and we are offering an indroductory price of $2,499 for the complete kit.
Runs 7.5 psi
220bhp
Eaton M62 SC
Built in By-pass system
includes pre-setFuel pressure regulator
KO tubular intake manifold with longer runners for increased torque.
includes everything for complete instalation
$2,4999
For more info call (888) 581-1035
Can we get group buy pricing? Any one interest in a group buy for this supercharger?
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I'd be more interested if I could see some really detailed pics...

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What about warranty?
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Old 07-30-2005, 12:19 AM   #6
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Default KO Supercharger

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warranty one year
Group buy... $2,499 this is intro price , not much over cost. probably going to be around $2,999 in the future. (try buying an Eaton m62 s/c by itself $1,800).
Any how Im downloading pics right now from my camera I'll post those right under this post.
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These pictures are raw and not pretty yet, the install can stand to be a little cleaner but this car beats M3's or a regular basis.
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What's the difference between this and DASC? it looks identical?

I want one. Do you have some sort of installments program?
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What generation M62 is that? It does not look intercooled, will there be one available? How are you handling the additional fuel required? How much boost does the system run?

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What generation M62 is that? It does not look intercooled, will there be one available? How are you handling the additional fuel required? How much boost does the system run?

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Chad your right, that does look different than ours. I'm interested in the tubular intake runners, can we see some more pics? Just for a comparision, here is a good pic of the DASC close up.
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Will that work with the 1.8 M42? Will KO be selling any other mods to go with it like pullies, intercooler, injectors, software?
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Will that work with the 1.8 M42? Will KO be selling any other mods to go with it like pullies, intercooler, injectors, software?
Yes it will work for the m42, and yes we have an upgrade kit with the pulley, water injection, software + injectors+air mass meter. But the kit puts down the 220 bhp out of the box.
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Post some dyno numbers!!!!
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Is the installation manual available on your web page somewhere?

I didn't have my wife look for me so I probubly would never find it.
(Old married dude joke....)

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I say for those of you that want a S/C on your car with Semi high mileage your better off buying a new/used engine if your in it for the long haul. Why put a S/C on a car with 70,xxx+ when your just harming the engine for the long road. Better off saving up you 3 grand for the S/C and put it aside for a used 3.0l engine . Then you'll have 250+ hp and you don't have to s/c it and take away ur engines life. Plus any other engine than the M42 and M44 you can do mods to it alot more mods. If you are to S/C ur car it's better off doing it when it's new not with xx,xxx mileage. Cause if you can have a S/C for 3 grand and get what 200hp or like 160 to the wheels why not save up 5-6 grand and get twice the amount of hp. I guarantee my car with 85,xxx will last longer than anyones ti with a S/C on it.

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