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    New Product! R&D SHO/FZ Water Cooled Supercharger System

    This is what we've all been waiting for. This will be available to start shipping in February. If you're interested in one then please pre order now so we can reserve yours from the first batch
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1673

    Ever wonder why the supercharger is so HOT? Heat is a derivative of compressed air (boost). The more boost pressure, the hotter the supercharger gets. The engineers at R&D understand the key in producing more horsepower and maximizing performance, is managing heat.

    R&D is proud to announce the new Water-Cooled Supercharger Housing System. The new R&D Water-Cooled Supercharger System is fully water jacketed and reduces heat at its source, the Supercharger. The new system replaces the OEM inducer cover and mounts directly to the OEM Supercharger body. The system features a High Performance Volute (intake air path), Internal Anti-Surge Port, 100% Water-Cooling and a custom R&D Power Plenum Air Filter. Now since the Supercharger is the coolest part in the engine compartment and runs at lake temperature, it only made sence to design a custom R&D Power Plenum Air Filter that would take full advantage of the new found cool air, now located directly in front of the Supercharger. System installs in 45 minutes and comes complete with all necessary hardware and pictorial instructions.

    Performance Benefits
    Up to 200° F cooler supercharger temperature, cooler and denser intake air, decreased engine compartment temperature, improved clutch life through Internal Anti-Surge Port, increased RPM (up to 200 rpm), increased boost pressure, improved top speed, no heat fade, consistent peak engine rpm.
    The R&D Water-Cooled System fits all supercharger wheels that fit into the OEM charger housing.

    In an effort for R&D to keep the price down, there is no room for any greenhulk discount on this item.
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    Sweet. The price is also better than I would have thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOBiz View Post
    Sweet. The price is also better than I would have thought.
    I agree. They wanted to keep it as low as possible to keep it affordable for everyone, hence the reason not enough dealer margin to offer the greehulk code on it.

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    Nice !

    i can see a few Riva performance power filter's for sale soon..

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    Nice looking piece. So is it better to spend money on this or a aftermarket intercooler? Hmmmmm.
    Dont think the price is bad either for what you get. Nice job R&D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedJunky View Post
    Nice looking piece. So is it better to spend money on this or a aftermarket intercooler? Hmmmmm.
    Dont think the price is bad either for what you get. Nice job R&D.
    good question Speed

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    Does it use a dedicated line for cooling or spliced off the OEM cooling system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotherapy View Post
    Nice !

    i can see a few Riva performance power filter's for sale soon..
    Will the Riva kit not fit this housing? I don't want my filter that low in the hull. I remember seeing that R&D's Pro Comp intake was going to fit this housing, but would rather use what I have instead of dropping another $250 on top of the cost of the new housing.

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    beautiful piece!!! great job R&D

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedJunky View Post
    Nice looking piece. So is it better to spend money on this or a aftermarket intercooler? Hmmmmm.
    Dont think the price is bad either for what you get. Nice job R&D.

    you still want to replace the oem intercooler, the oem cooler has boost pressure drop wich is robbing your speed..

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