Opinions on Procharger P-1SC-1 Tuner Kit on a 19 6spd

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Yeah, don't sell yourself short with a P1sc, get the P1x it's the best budget centrifugal out there even if you have to do stage-1, but stage 2 is recommended...





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Definitely go stage2 P1X over the HO P1SC.
 

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everyone will basically recommend what they have, or what they sell.

we have ran all the kits and we install all the kits.

THERE IS NO BAD CHOICE

comes down to budget, goals, driving style, installation, and for some looks.

take into account everything you want, and everything your trying to do. and get after it

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everyone will basically recommend what they have, or what they sell.

we have ran all the kits and we install all the kits.

THERE IS NO BAD CHOICE

comes down to budget, goals, driving style, installation, and for some looks.

take into account everything you want, and everything your trying to do. and get after it

:)

Feel Free to DM me or call with any questions.
Terry "Beefcake" Reeves
Office - 855-TBR-RACE - Cell 513-478-1965
Owner Team Beefcake - 20+ Years Experience
Deal Directly with the boss, no pushy sales guys!!!!!!!
https://www.beefcakeracing.com - Your Forced Induction Specialists
And you are a good guy to buy from. Just ordered my last parts on Saturday from you, then I can install.
 

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With a centri and a manual car the biggest up grade you can do is , change the shifter . I am a manual with a stage 2 procharger and don't see much boost drop between shifts . I did change out the shifter for a x spec mgw shifter .
^^^ Same. I’ve also dialed in my N2MB wot box for it’s no lift shift capability. Another good tool to speed up time between shifts.
This makes no sense. It’s a supercharger not a turbo. With a turbo when you let off the gas hit the clutch you blow off all your boost pressure and you stop making enough exhaust to maintain turbo rpm so when you get on it again you have to wait for enough exhaust to get the turbo back up to rpm.
With a centrifugal you blow off but your supercharger is still pumping the full amount of boost for the rpm. So no matter how long it takes to shift you should have full boost in relation to rpm.
If you let the rpms come down to 1k then pop the clutch and rpm jumps up to 4K then you hit the gas you should instantly have full boost that you would always have at 4K. There’s No turbo lag no boost drop during shift so what are you talking about
 

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This makes no sense. It’s a supercharger not a turbo. With a turbo when you let off the gas hit the clutch you blow off all your boost pressure and you stop making enough exhaust to maintain turbo rpm so when you get on it again you have to wait for enough exhaust to get the turbo back up to rpm.
With a centrifugal you blow off but your supercharger is still pumping the full amount of boost for the rpm. So no matter how long it takes to shift you should have full boost in relation to rpm.
If you let the rpms come down to 1k then pop the clutch and rpm jumps up to 4K then you hit the gas you should instantly have full boost that you would always have at 4K. There’s No turbo lag no boost drop during shift so what are you talking about
Literally explained it yourself. We were talking about mods that speed up the time between shifts so the rpms don’t drop enough equating to a big loss of boost. Nobody said anything about turbo lag. Something triggered you?
 

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Literally explained it yourself. We were talking about mods that speed up the time between shifts so the rpms don’t drop enough equating to a big loss of boost. Nobody said anything about turbo lag. Something triggered you?
No trigger and I apologize if it sounded that way. What I’m saying is that it doesn’t matter if boost dropped to zero because as soon as you hit the throttle you have full boost again. Shifting faster means that you can get on the throttle sooner but it doesn’t effect the boost
 

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No trigger and I apologize if it sounded that way. What I’m saying is that it doesn’t matter if boost dropped to zero because as soon as you hit the throttle you have full boost again. Shifting faster means that you can get on the throttle sooner but it doesn’t effect the boost
Ok. So when they shift quicker, the RPMs won’t drop as much thereby giving them a higher boost point then if they shifted slower and RPMs dropped more.
The relation between boost and rpm in a centri is linear so the higher the RPMs the more boost it will make.
When they hit the throttle again after a shift, they do NOT have full boost. This isn’t a PD blower. They will have the boost they get at whatever RPM they drop to.
You’re a smart guy, you know all this...
Just reread this and sorry if I sound like a banana. Didn’t mean any negative.
 

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