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Old 08-21-2007, 07:51 PM
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I´m looking the posibility of adding a supercharger to my renegade and i want to know if some one knows if is there any bolt on supercharger kit??

we are a group of 20 atv´s owners and we want more hp..

any ideas???

(besides buying the Artic cat 950 jejej)


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LOL...I just searched the web, and the only supercharger kits I found were for Yamaha Rhino 660s, Polaris RZR 800s, Polaris Rangers, and Yamaha Raptors...it's supposed to add 30 more HP to the tires...

...but the kit costs $4200!!!!mg:



So, for a Renegade, you would probably have to have a custom one made.



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Money isnt that big a deal I figure for a bada$$ ride like that. I look at it as $4500 over 10 years or longer, depending on how long you own it. The problem will be the injection. I dont think they run a mass air type meter, but I could be wrong. Would be nice to call up paxton or vortech and donate your quad over the winter to do a demo on it. Keep the parts for free when they are done with it. A friend of mine did that with vortech when the RX-8 first came out.
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turbocharged outlander 800 88+hp at the wheels

http://www.aurorawheelers.com/forum5/6250.html




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cc check this out.
= bs or no bs?
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that turbo kit looks nice but i think that a supercharger will work better since there is no "turbo delay" on the throttle response, and less pipes and gadgets to install.

I`ll keep looking for this kit.

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