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Old 03-07-11, 10:32 AM
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camden supercharger for the 13b

will this work on a 13b or is it some kind of scam cause it says its a toyota part and ive never heard of supercharging a n/a rotary

http://www.camdensuperchargers.com/index.php?pag=10#5
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Old 03-07-11, 10:35 AM
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http://www.camdensuperchargers.com/ this is the right link sorry
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Do a search on supercharger in the 2nd gen section...
There is lots of posts on the subject..
I think that the consensus is that bang for the buck a turbo setup will make more horsepower.
Keep in mind that the ECU and the fuel system still have to be addressed to make any serious horsepower the supercharger kit is just part of a full system.

BTW - I have a Paxton supercharged 2nd gen convertible. It made about 200 hp. after lots of tuning and tweaking by the previous owner. I plan on swapping to a turbo when I rebuild it.
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camden makes one for 13b & 12a. . thay are over priced and wear out quickly(speaking from experience). go turbo. .
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alright whats the cheapest way to go turbo
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sorry to say there is no cheap way to go turbo.. it all adds up .. carb setup would be less money.
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There is no cheap way to go turbo? Lol....

That's a fail post and a half..... Unless ofcourse you're talking about putting gas in your car after going turbo. Have fun with that. Only reason i'm swapping is mainly the amount of fuel required to make the power i want on conservative tuning.


You can run any supercharger you want. Learn how to weld or make friends with a welder.
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haha nice my shock just seized up so now i gotta get one of thoes
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I've rocked the camden on my 13b for years now
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