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    Supercharger Performance List

    I think it is about time for a new list of supercharger performances!!!!!
    I will start a new generic list to get things rolling!!! We can edit as we go!

    ET-140

    Rude2

    C-kit

    Rude/ B-kit
    8100 11.8-12psi
    8500 12.9

    B-kit R
    8100 12.6 psi / 2008 RXP-X
    8600 14.5 psi / 2008 RXP-X

    X-charger w/ wheel upgrade- a number of these out now

    X-charger
    8100 9.8-10.1psi

    S3
    8100 9.8psi/ 10.5-10.8psi
    8500 10.5psi

    Green Wheel / Riva Gen II / A kit / Rotax wheel
    Rotax Wheel No Spacer 8100 8.9psi

    Riva Vortech (discontinued)

    Stock

    I will just add on the list the rpm/psi that are in the posts!
    Very generic to start- can we make this thread open to anybody to edit?
    Not sure about R&D monster wheels or X-charger wheel/ housing upgrades.


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    A-wheel, stock,

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    Post what you have seen YOUR SC do, not what you have heard...Also list how you measured it (analog or digital), your air intake setup, RPM's when measured, weather conditions, etc....

    We will need also need to keep it as consistant as possible, so for reference purposes, we should only count 2 boost numbers...STOCK = 8100rpm, NORMAL AFTERMARKET ECU = 8500rpm...Anyone running higher than 8500 will have to state that in their post

    Moderators will update the list as much as possible...

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    I will get it started:

    RXP normal
    S3 = 10.5 to 10.8
    Rude1 = 11.8 to 12.0
    Rude2 = will have numbers soon

    RXT-X normal
    Xsc stock = 9.8 to 10.1

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    RXP

    Rxp Turning 8100

    Rotax Wheel No Spacer 8.9
    S3 9.8


    Rxp Turning 8500

    S3 10.5 (low Slip)
    Rude 12.9 (128 Inch #'s)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Post what you have seen YOUR SC do, not what you have heard...Also list how you measured it (analog or digital), your air intake setup, RPM's when measured, weather conditions, etc....

    We will need also need to keep it as consistant as possible, so for reference purposes, we should only count 2 boost numbers...STOCK = 8100rpm, NORMAL AFTERMARKET ECU = 8500rpm...Anyone running higher than 8500 will have to state that in their post

    Moderators will update the list as much as possible...
    Thank you. It's getting bewildering for sure with all these wheels. Another thing I'd like to see, but probably won't, is zero to 70 times using the Stalker hooked up to a laptop. I think some of these wheels may be lower in boost than another, but may provide quicker acceleration.....?? Or, am I thinking too much like a turbo....

    And lastly...is it a billet wheel or a cast wheel, and some kind of balancing specs would be nice. A real pretty wheel that makes big boost isn't going to last long if its out of balance.

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    there is a B-Kit-R (3rd generation B-Kit) wich is just as good as the Rudes2 if you take the numbers from Austin's SC test,
    you guys allways compare your 2 years ago purchased products with the new stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrracing View Post
    there is a B-Kit-R (3rd generation B-Kit) wich is just as good as the Rudes2 if you take the numbers from Austin's SC test,
    you guys allways compare your 2 years ago purchased products with the new stuff.
    Funny you mention this as I was gonna post a question about this same thing. Well now know need too.

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    the new B-Kit-R ( 140 mm same blade design then C-kit 16 blade compare to 18 blades on the C-Kit )

    8100 12.6 psi / 2008 RXP-X
    8600 14.5 psi / 2008 RXP-X

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    I would like to see Rude 2 vs. C-kit vs. B-kit R

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