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Supercharger Question (I Have researched)

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by jblazes, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. jblazes

    jblazes New Member

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    I am new to this forum but i have been reading up on it for a very long time now. I have finally done an h22 swap to my 2000 accord. Problem now is that i wan't more power. To be honest with you i don't want to do turbo and nitrous because to me i'd rather get a wrx or evo. Plus i'd hate to have a honda with turbo. That BOV attracts many ricers and it might just get stolen. N/A is extremely expensive and nitrous...well it just scares me to have a bomb waiting to happen.-------------------------------Now comes my questions---------------------I know Jackson racing only makes 97-01 prelude superchargers. The reason is because of the engine bay being too small on the 92-95 prelude. Same goes for the 4th and 5th gen accords. I have never heard of somebody attempting it on a 6th gen accord. To start off my engine bay is huge. I previously had an f23 engine and i had so much room i could probably fit my legs in there lol. It is also made for a v6 to fit in there. Would a supercharger and an h22 fit in a 6th gen accord? thank you
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    I believe Comptech has a supercharger for Accords. Not sure about the years though, but I'd say yea they can fit one in there...there are superchargers for Civic/CRX's and those have tighter engine compartments.
     
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    Haven't heard of comptech but i'll check it out....i have also been looking at vortechs they look very nice and small compaired to those huge jsrc superchargers. I could probably talk to my local shop and ask about a custom setup with a vortech. Any suggestions would be great
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    You can do custom with a roots supercharger if you wanted to: Eaton M40 supercharger on your own intake manifold.

    Comptech is a pretty well known and big company in the Honda/Acura community. They're probably most famous for their work with NSX's and superchargers.

    The Vortech route would work very nicely; probably just modify the B-series kit but you still need to deal with a crank pulley for the blower.
     
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