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    2004 rxp stage 1 with x-supercharger

    I currently have a 2004 rxp with a riva stage 1 kit. I was looking to put on the x-supercharger due to the fact my original supercharger is due for 100hr rebuild. Can I just add the x-supercharger without any additional mods? And if so what type of gains do you think I'll see?


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    add the x charger with some 42's and your good to go... if your due for a rebuilt the x charger upgrade is the way to go!!

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    upgrade your intercooler for a real upgrade with the x charger
    hot air does not make HP

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    upgrade your intercooler for a real upgrade with the x charger
    hot air does not make HP
    your right there i didnt see the best effect till i upgraded my cooler but for some people, or most people, they only choose to upgrade the charger because it works out very similar in price than to rebuild one. if you dont plan on upgrading your cooler its still worth upgrading the charger for the cost of rebuilding the standard charger and you will atleast see some gain..

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    If I change the intercooler, do I then need to change my exhaust?

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    i think you can go with the fizzle set up, and remove the resenator, and also keep your opas

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    if you go intercooler youll need a rrfpr as well as afr gauge to monitor fuel delivery

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    +1 if you add an external IC with and x charger and 42s you NEED afr monitoring and a RRFPR......... 42s , x charger and stock ic is safe

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    Does anyone have a stage 1 kit with an x-supercharger. What kind of gains on low end & top end?

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    you will see huge gains compaired to your stock charger... more top end power... id say with a tuned ski and everything flush on the bottom with just dropping an x charger and 42s in you could be at 75-76 mph in some cases.... it sthe best bang for the buck unless you want to rebuild your current charger and get a ET drop in wheel or similar. I love my 215 drop in wheel but by the time you do that you could almost buy a brand new x charger..... Ive raced with stock x charger skis on rxps and i hold up with them easy but my hull is also trued nice. the x charger will flow more air than a 215 charger but then again its your personal preference in what youd like to do

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