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Daytona 675 supercharger project

I'm mounting a Rotrex C15-60 SC to my 2009 Daytona.
Ill be running about 10psi peek boost, Powercomander V with Auto Tune, and 550cc RC fuel injectors. I'm shooting for 185-200 rear wheel HP

it should give them new ZX-10's and S1000RR's a run for there $$
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I hope you've upgraded your clutch already! If not, that supercharger won't do anything but make a bunch of weird smells come out of your clutch basket...
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yeah, I have a heavy duty Barnett plate and spring kit.
The bike will be running in a couple of weeks, we'll see how it holds up. might need to have some extra heavy springs made.
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Go for it. This should be interesting. Someone not so long ago did a turbo Daytona and took lots of heat from other "experts". I wish you all the best.
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Yeah many have tried turbo mods. One guy recently got it. Good luck to you. You might find his thread to be some sort of help. I believe he ran a fuel pump from a wrx.
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**** yeah buddy. Keep the pics coming and good luck keeping the front tire on the ground!!!
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