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Old 09-04-2005, 06:25 PM   #1
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WTS: Complete TPC supercharger kit

Up for sale is a complete Turbo Performance Center Boxster supercharger kit. The kit includes the Eaton M62 supercharger, 7th injector, wastegate, control electronics, wire harness, piping, mounting brackets and clamps. I bought it used with the intent to put it on my S and later finding a place for a larger supercharger as the M62 doesn't have enough flow for a 3.2 liter engine. Found out that the only thing I could use was the injector, so I've decided to go another route. $2600 shipped. E-mail me at bruinbro@sbcglobal.net or respond to this thread.

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Old 09-06-2005, 04:20 AM   #2
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What engines is this a direct bolt-on for? Any idea how much use has been gotten out of it already?
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What engines is this a direct bolt-on for? Any idea how much use has been gotten out of it already?
I know this is a direct bolt-on for a 2.5L 986 and should be for the 2.7L. I't isnt a direct bolt-on for the 3.2L (pre-cat gets in the way and the piping is not set up for the twin balance tubes for the intake) Even if it could be mounted on a 3.2 it wouldn't produce any appreciable extra hp as the blower doesn't have enough flow capacity.

As far as it's history, I don't know about that but could ask the Speed Gallery if they know (that is who I bought this unit from used). The S/C vanes are in fine shape and turn freely. The injector seems to be clean but I haven't flowed any gas through it. The pipes and hoses are clean (need to replace the hose clamps) and the wire harness/connector is in good shape. The serpentine belt is frayed and I will be purchasing a new one to go with the kit (included in the sale price).

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Old 09-06-2005, 11:03 AM   #4
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See if you can't find out which it is a bolt on for... I believe between the 2.5 and 2.7 there was a couple differences in the kits.

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See if you can't find out which it is a bolt on for... I believe between the 2.5 and 2.7 there was a couple differences in the kits.

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Sorry, The S/C kit has been sold this morning. If you are still interested in the difference (if any) of the kits I will ask when I call TPC as I need to talk to them about the serpentine belt. I'll post the answer when I get it here.

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The S/C kit has been sold.

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