Vortech jtb vs on3 single 80

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Hey guys having a hard time with deciding on a power adder.. Stuck between a Vortech v7 jt or an on3 single 80mm t6. Thoughts
 

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the on3 has not come out with a single kit for our cars yet, But i would pick any turbo kit over a supercharger.
 
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Sorry I have an 11. But yeah 15+ has only twins. Why do you like turbos better?
 

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More power on slightly less fuel.

everyone will have their preference and nobody is wrong. Blowers are packaged well and make enough power to blow stock engines up.

but I went to turbo after pd blower, a lot of guys will throw out that the blowers are easier to install and they’re not wrong there either. They are way easier to install. But what’s a few hours one time for more power.

basically you can’t go wrong in this. Just pick what level you want to be at and what you will do with the car.
 
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I'd like to run a S480 with my 6 speed
 

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When you say built motor, do you mean sleeved or just rods/pistons? Stock valve springs?
Pistons, rods, bearings, stock crank, stock sleeves with sleeve supports, stock heads
 
 
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