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i dont want to try it but someone else should

http://www.electricsupercharger.com/

even has an article in a magazine from third party dyno testing....like i said, my interest has peaked....someone should try it

"Performance Guarantee:

After purchasing and (properly) installing the e-RAM on your engine, you do not feel that the performance increase is what we have claimed (4%-6% HP increase), you just need to do the following within 30 days of receiving your e-RAM to get a full refund*.. Take your car to a dyno test in your area. Make dyno runs with and without the e-RAM activated, and take a picture of how it was installed. Mail the e-RAM back to us with the picture, a copy of your receipt, and a clear copy of your dyno comparison results (signed as witnessed by the technician running the dyno). If the dyno shows the e-RAM does not increase horsepower in your engine by an average of at least 4% of its previous horsepower throughout the 3000 to 6000 rpm range, and we conclude from the picture that you have installed the unit correctly, we will give you a full refund* and even pay for 1/2 your dyno fee! (up to a maximum of $50 reimbursement) *Full refund does not include shipping charges *Please see "compatibility information" section below We challenge any other manufacturer of aftermarket bolt-on horsepower devices to make the same commitment! We know it works!
(10/04) We now accept G-Tech performance meter tests for validation of performance gains."


sometimes things are so tempting...especially late at night
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the Bad Gnomes are mad..
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LOL wow I am sure people love throwing money away so much that they just dive in for Sh*t like this. haha
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thats why i dont want to try it
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300 bux for 11 horse power... coool
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I found that Echo makes really great superchargers as well. They can even blow leaves!

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hahahahaha.

**** is fake dude.

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah. I can't believe people really fall for that..
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I found that Echo makes really great superchargers as well. They can even blow leaves!


i'm in for 3!!
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4% of 89 hp. = 3.56hp.

yea ok.

that K&N intake joke gets more than that
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lol a fan to compress air? youll get a whole .00000315 pounds of boost pressure
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300 bux for 11 horse power... coool
seems better than a programmer to me
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im actually surprise lol, most drop in filters claim 15hp lol... im surprise they dont claim like 75hp for this pos
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its juck i wondent buy it. just save up if you want a supercharger and get a belt driven one
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Ah, that's not gonna work,waste money.
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i believe their claims are at full throttle but anywhere else loss of power due to restriction in the intake tract, not worth it especially in a truck application...how much time do u actually spend at full throttle?
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lol thats probably more of a restriction then anything. so funny.
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