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post #1 of 46 Old 07-02-2015, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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supercharger kit for 9th gen v6.

I contacted kraftwerks and inquired about if they would make a supercharger kit for the v6. They messaged back and wanted more info and they seemed like not many people would be interested. I know I am so how many of you guys would be interested?

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post #2 of 46 Old 07-02-2015, 08:18 PM
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I have been looking in to a turbo setup because there are not any SC or TC kits available. A good turbo setup can be custom made to fit any kind of vehicle. If a company would come out with a good quality SC or TC kit, it would peak my interest.

Problem here is even if we don't have many people interested that post about it, there are still crap loads of people that read this forum every single day. In fact I always see more guests online then actual members. That is something that they won't see and probably just not consider.

On the other hand, I can see where they are coming from. Making a Bolt on SC/TC kit takes time and money to get everything ready to sell without issues. Who knows, maybe a company out there would be willing to make the leap. I do know there is money to be made here.

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i would totally buy a supercharger kit for my Accord. who wouldnt make a supercharger for this car? its the best J series engine honda has made by far. so many accords have sold since 2013. more and more companies are coming out with aftermarket parts for the accord. i contacted skunk2 and a few others like Grams and brian crower & even 4 piston racing. they seemed pretty interested in coming out with some aftermarket parts.

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I think it depends whether the auto trans, which is the majority of V6's sold, can handle the power without disaster looming. The massive increase in torque might just be too much for it to handle.

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post #5 of 46 Old 07-02-2015, 09:30 PM
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I am in for i4 version. No crappy AC delete please.

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I have been looking in to a turbo setup because there are not any SC or TC kits available. A good turbo setup can be custom made to fit any kind of vehicle. If a company would come out with a good quality SC or TC kit, it would peak my interest.

Problem here is even if we don't have many people interested that post about it, there are still crap loads of people that read this forum every single day. In fact I always see more guests online then actual members. That is something that they won't see and probably just not consider.

On the other hand, I can see where they are coming from. Making a Bolt on SC/TC kit takes time and money to get everything ready to sell without issues. Who knows, maybe a company out there would be willing to make the leap. I do know there is money to be made here.
So true. I've spent wayy more than intended on my cvt sport from researching this forum. I don't post much but i do read alot of highly informative posts. Im sure many others do to. Its an addiction. I know the weakness is the cvt, but no one has posted about burning it up yet. . . Until then modding on.
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I also contacted ct engineering about a sc kit. They said they had no intermediate future plans. Here's the email response:

"At this time we do not have any plans to supercharge the Earth Dreams K24 engines.
We really like the new generation Accord models but the whole ?intake manifold in the back? thing makes a kit more difficult.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Thank you,

Nate Haines
CT Engineering"
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I am definitely interested in either S/C or turbo, but the caveat as usual is price. If the build and install OTD is going to cost more than a quarter of the car MSRP (which is more than likely), I'd rather just trade in the Accord and buy a car with a turbo already (and a drive-train layout that can actually handle the power); CLA45, GT350R, M235i, you name it.

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Agreed. We need some attempts. Didn't the only known attempt at FI on this engine blow at 330HP? If we can get to 350 WHP, and a reasonable price, I'm interested.
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post #10 of 46 Old 07-03-2015, 12:59 PM
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For any real gains it takes money to get forged internals. Forged crank rods and pistons are a must and can be made custom from numerous companies online.

So if you want more than 50 hp from a 5k $ forced induction setup, you'll have to invest in your engine block first.

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I'd be interested, but I have the AT. In the past there was a supercharger made of the TL which had an AT cooler. Not sure how well that held up but it was a bolt on.



I'd be interested to hear what the limiting factors are in the AT for power.

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Would I? absolutely. However i believe my wife would remove my testicles if i made a purchase like that. LOL. I can hide the $400-500 mods here and there. But im guessing a good kit would run 4 G's right? Then there is a lot of tuning to be done...

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From what I've seen with the Si, superchargers are "meh". Have to throw a ton of stuff at them (aftercooler, pulley swaps, etc) and then have to deal with belt slip or straight up destroying belts. Top it off the power output isn't amazing either...wouldn't be able to outrun a V6 for ex.

Re: the V6, they're a pretty "rare" car to begin with compared to the I4. Wouldn't be surprised if I4 outsells them 3:1. Then take the subset that would void the powertrain warranty and you don't end up with very many customers.


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