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    Thread: *The unofficial VR supercharged reference thread* specs, setups, et cetera

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    1. 04-13-2008 03:49 PM #1
      Alright, while this is the FI forum, loads of the talk and info in here is about turbos. Searching through the archives and various conversations via phone and IMs leads me to believe that there are more supercharged VRs in here that one would suspect. Also, for one contemplating a supercharger setup for their VR, information is not nearly as accessible as information about turbocharger systems.

      So. Here's the rules:
      Post what setup you are running.
      -If you've changed pullies, gears, whatever, please post that as well.
      Post any dyno reuslts you might have.
      -If you have changed your setup since the dyno, please post your setup at the time of the dyno.
      Post any track times you might have.
      -Dragstrip results only preferably, as not everyone can compare road course times or autocross times on different circuits
      Post any information you have that one might consider useful.
      -Feel free to IM me with other links and information as well, and I will add them with credit to you.
      No nudity.
      No OT turbo BS.

      Hopefully, we can get a thread going with some good information in it, and maybe get it added to the FAQ.


      *Also, this thread is a work in progress. If there is something you feel should be added, be it a link, book, or another site; please either post it or IM me, and I'll add it. This thread is intended to reference tool for all of us, and especially the new people looking into supercharger systems for their VR.

      Thanks for your contributions.

      -Chad

      *all underlined words or phrases in my posts are clickable links


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      2. groupracer: 313whp/240wtq (DynoDynamics)(V9 Charger)(Cogged)
      3. Scooter98144: 310whp/265wtq(Dynojet)(V1 Charger)
      4. -Throttle- : 303whp/233wtq (Dynojet)(V1 Charger)
      5. SUPERCHARGED-JETTA : 301.7whp/254wtq (Mustang)(V1 Charger)
      6. CorradoMagic :301whp(298whp with fuel issue) (Mustang)(V1 Charger) (Cogged)
      7. RedRabbit118: 318whp (DynoDynamics) V2-T charger, 2.5" pulley, big fmic, 42#green top inj. DTA pro8 standalone, SRI, walbro in-line 255, 9:1 compression
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    2. 04-13-2008 04:17 PM #2
      Recommended reading:

      Superchargers, what they are and now they work:

      Superchargers on Wikipedia

      How a Supercharger works, thanks to European Car

      Supercharged! : Design, Testing, and Installation of Supercharger Systems by Corky Bell, this is not a link, it is a book, and I highly recommend it, along with his other books.

      Threads:

      Best thread on vortex about turbo vs. super Please don't make a new one. Thank you.

      Difference in Vortech superchargers.

      This thread is a work in progress. If you have any links or other recommended reading materials, please either post them, or IM me, and I will add them to the list.




      Modified by hover at 7:31 PM 4-14-2008


    3. 04-13-2008 04:20 PM #3
      Supercharger kits available:

      VF Engineering is currently the only producer of off the shelf supercharger kits that are available new. These kits use the Vortech V9 blower.

      C2 produced supercharger kits for the VR. They do not anymore, please don't call Chris and ask him if they still do, if they have any extras laying around, or if they are going to put them back into production. They don't and they aren't. These kits used the Vortech V1-S or the Vortech V2-SQ blower.

      AMS also produced a supercharger kit. This was another Vortech based kit that used a V1 blower. I'm still researching more about this kit, and will edit the post with more information later.

      Z-engineering's did not use a Vortech unit, but their own supercharger instead. Most people's complaints about the Z-engineering kit were directed towards the software.

      *still working on completing list, please IM me with details on what I have left out. I know there are a few that aren't on the list. -Chad

      Four Season Tuning, a very reputable business is now catering more to the SC crowd. They have brackets, belts, pistons, DVs, pretty much anything you could need, along with a whole slew of other things that we all just want. Thanks Guys. Check their thread here or their website by clicking on their name.



      Modified by hover at 11:00 PM 5-10-2009


    4. 04-13-2008 04:20 PM #4
      Great threads to view

      Dyno result and info thread in the dyno sub-forum of vortex

      Supercharger pic thread Thanks to sweep'n'streets for getting this one started.

      300 WHP with a Vortech SC props to CorradoMagic.

      If you would like a thread included in this list, please IM me, or post a link, and I'll add it. Thanks.



      Modified by hover at 10:28 AM 4-24-2008


    5. 04-13-2008 04:21 PM #5
      DIY Install of Supercharger

      DIY list for using Vortech unit on a VR, courtesy of V.E.N.O.M.

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=4144216


      Modified by hover at 8:00 PM 11-16-2009


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    7. 04-17-2008 11:11 AM #7
      And yours is the car I'm waiting to see the results on. Very similar to one set of the plans that I have for the Golf. Only time will tell what happens of course, but I'm thinking of doing the same cogged pullies, a V1, and a few other things.

    8. 02-19-2009 11:48 PM #8
      pm'd corradomagin i have a question

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      02-20-2009 08:00 AM #9
      Right off Vortech


      V9 F-Trim
      Max Speed: 52000 RPM<-----absolute max
      Max Boost:13.5 PSI<----absolute max
      Max Flow: 750 CFM
      Max Power: 550 HP
      Peak Efficiency: 72%


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      02-22-2009 01:33 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by MeCarTay »
      Right off Vortech


      V9 F-Trim
      Max Speed: 52000 RPM<-----absolute max
      Max Boost:13.5 PSI<----absolute max
      Max Flow: 750 CFM
      Max Power: 550 HP
      Peak Efficiency: 72%

      This is funny. They changed that for the V9 F within the past year. It used to read 60K efficient max, 65k absolute max.

      Might have something to do with all the V9 F's they have had to warranty from VF.


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      02-22-2009 08:28 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by slc92 »

      This is funny. They changed that for the V9 F within the past year. It used to read 60K efficient max, 65k absolute max.

      Might have something to do with all the V9 F's they have had to warranty from VF.

      My count is three times in the past 2 years.


    13. 04-17-2008 01:03 PM #13
      96 gti

      - 12v vr6 from mkIV
      - v2 polished charger
      - c2 software
      - 8 psi pulley
      - stock injectors
      - has p/s, no a/c
      - neuspeed catback
      - arp hardware
      - kinetic headspacer

      no dyno or track numbers for me. i just enjoy driving

      car runs great and is very daily drivable with this setup. def. fun for those who don't need gobs of power all the time.


      Modified by Acri2903 at 1:10 PM 4-17-2008


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      05-02-2008 04:16 PM #14
      I think I could pick up another 20whp if I did a a BVH w/ P&P and a larger DP.
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      05-02-2008 04:49 PM #15
      if you helped it flow out faster, i wouldnt doubt it. but the money, imo, isnt worth the gain. not unless youre trying to be the highest hp s/c vr out there type of deal. i thought about doing it, but the amount of money id spend just wasnt worth it to ME...

      youre making awesome power as it is. id love to see dynojet numbers rather than mustang, just to compare the two dynos since you know your car is consistent

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    16. 05-02-2008 05:18 PM #16
      Thought i'd add the Rotrex Supercharger to this thread...

      Max Boost: 17psi
      402.4hp at flywheel ~345whp @6676rpm, 135.3mph
      330.5lbft torque at flywheel @5960rpm, 120.8mph

      Setup:
      Rotrex C30-94 85mm Pulley
      Schimmel Shortrunner Intake, A/W Chargecooler, 263 Cams
      Schimmel Head Spacer 9:1 Compression, ARP Head Studs & Rod Bolts
      Forge Split-R Dump Valve, 95mm MAF Housing, BMC Air Filter
      Walbro Fuel Pump, Delphi 440cc Fuel Injectors, Weber Fuel Regulator
      Custom Map on standard ecu, 2.25" Exhaust (to be upgraded)
      Peloquin LSD, 3.68 Final Drive, Limiter set to 7268rpm

      I had a Vortech V9 on this same setup but the Rotrex is another level, quieter and smaller unit but kicks out some serious power and much better torque... no belt slip issues


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      Modified by b5vwc at 9:19 AM 5-31-2008


    17. 05-02-2008 07:19 PM #17
      Quote, originally posted by b5vwc »
      Thought i'd add the Rotrex Supercharger to this thread...

      Max Boost: 17psi
      402.4hp at flywheel ~345whp @6676rpm, 135.3mph
      330.5lbft torque at flywheel @5960rpm, 120.8mph

      Setup:
      Rotrex C30-94 85mm Pulley
      Schimmel Shortrunner Intake, A/W Chargecooler, 263 Cams
      Schimmel Head Spacer 9:1 Compression, ARP Head Studs & Rod Bolts
      Forge Split-R Dump Valve, 95mm MAF Housing, BMC Air Filter
      Walbro Fuel Pump, Delphi 440cc Fuel Injectors, Weber Fuel Regulator
      Custom Map on standard ecu, 2.25" Exhaust (to be upgraded)
      Peloquin LSD, 3.68 Final Drive, Limiter set to 7268rpm

      I had a Vortech V9 on this same setup but the Rotrex is another level, quieter and smaller unit but kicks out some serious power and much better torque... no belt slip issues

      Modified by b5vwc at 3:20 PM 5-2-2008

      Rotrex . I was doing some reading on those S/C's and they have damn near turbo efficiency. I really want a MK2 VR with a Rotrex on it, maybe I should sell the DD and have 2 "fun" VR's haha.


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      05-02-2008 08:28 PM #18
      98 GTI VR6
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      05-02-2008 06:54 PM #19
      Quote, originally posted by -THROTTLE- »
      if you helped it flow out faster, i wouldnt doubt it. but the money, imo, isnt worth the gain. not unless youre trying to be the highest hp s/c vr out there type of deal. i thought about doing it, but the amount of money id spend just wasnt worth it to ME...

      youre making awesome power as it is. id love to see dynojet numbers rather than mustang, just to compare the two dynos since you know your car is consistent

      Good points. I'm at a point now where I'm thinking long and hard about upgrades. I could swap in 268 cams/springs, water/meth inj., and a full 3" custom exhaust and probably hit 300whp but that's ~$1500-$1600 for 25 more whp. I could probably sell the kit, add that $1600 and make 400whp by going turbo. I would ultimately like to run 11.5's in a full weight car and I don't think you can do that in a SC VR. At least I haven't seen it. You need more than 350 wheel for that

      Alot of good info in this thread.


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      05-05-2008 09:47 AM #20
      Quote, originally posted by -THROTTLE- »
      if you helped it flow out faster, i wouldnt doubt it. but the money, imo, isnt worth the gain. not unless youre trying to be the highest hp s/c vr out there type of deal. i thought about doing it, but the amount of money id spend just wasnt worth it to ME...

      youre making awesome power as it is. id love to see dynojet numbers rather than mustang, just to compare the two dynos since you know your car is consistent

      yeah its all about air flow. Unless my DP breaks or something else goes (or I win the lotto ) I dont see myself doing these additional mods. I'm pretty happy with the current set up. However, it does occasionally run out of fuel around 6K rpm. Jeff says its the injectors(they're maxed out). I think a 4"Maf w/ a 36# tune would have yielded a few more horses up top & given me the ability to keep in the redline area a bit longer.

      I think water or W/M may be a new project

      I am quite curious to see the Dynojet numbers as well. I would guess 327

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    21. 05-06-2008 12:45 AM #21
      My friend built mine, and i ended up with the car...

      96 VR6 GTI. Vortech V-1 S-trim stock AMS kit, 8.5psi. 265WHP. only other change motor wise is an EIP manifold....

      the car was charged @ 20k, its now right at 131K..... with no rebuild, it runs real strong. pulls hard, and is a totally fun driver. i do not track this car, as i have a ~525WHP 20vBT rabbit GTI that is my drag car. the MK3 is more setup for road driving... PSS-9's, Quaife, BBS RK-II's, Autotech big brake kit, Autotech strut bars F/R... just a blast to drive....

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    22. 05-06-2008 10:48 PM #22

      thats my new set up.
      30lbs redtop injectors
      c2 30# software(new stuff)
      2.5 intercooler pipeing
      v9 charger with 15psi pully
      262 cams
      2.5 exhaust
      mkiv headgasket


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      05-06-2008 11:14 PM #23
      How are you getting 15psi out of a V9? What size is the pulley? The one in the pic is purple and looks like the 2.7" VF stage 2 (8psi) pulley.

      You would need a ~1.5" pulley to see 15psi out of a V9 and one of two things would happen. 1) The charger bearings would fail as it's spinning at it's max w/ a 2.25" 2) You would get alot of belt slip.

      15psi from a V9 w/ an intercooler Sorry, I call BS


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      05-07-2008 07:51 AM #24
      keep in mind, not all 15psi pulleys work the same on different chargers. my 2.87" pulley gives me 12psi, but it wouldnt produce less on the V9 iirc....steve can correct me on this if im wrong.
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      Anyone have issues routing their v-belt on a Stage2?

      I'm finding the belt is super tight fitting, having a hard time getting it over and then being able to tension it.

      Right now with total slack on the blower, the belt will almost get over the pulley but not quite, so I'm not sure I can pull any tension into the blower once I get the belt routed.

      VF thinks I just don't have it seated right as Stage 1 and 2 have the same belt, but I need to be able to tension the blower some to get the oil return line past the alternator as well as the discharge pipe up some to route it to the piping.

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      ive been told by a few and also learned from experience. the belt should be tight when its new. if youre having trouble putting it on, youre good. my belt is a pita when new, and once its on and running for 30 min, it loosens up a lot. get it on, put tension on it, run the car for a bit. then tighten the tension some more.
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      05-07-2008 07:12 PM #27
      The power steering pulley should be the last one on since it isn't ribbed. You also mentioned intake piping. A V9 charger can be "clocked" easily. The large V band clamp that separates the two halves of the charger can be loosened and the two charger halves will rotate. I loosen that clamp every time I tension the belt so the intake piping/outlet of the charger stay in the same position while I tension the other half of the charger/belt.

      Loosen the band clamp, loosen the charger al the way, route the belt, and put it over the power steering pulley last. It is tight though.


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      05-07-2008 07:18 PM #28
      Quote, originally posted by -THROTTLE- »
      keep in mind, not all 15psi pulleys work the same on different chargers. my 2.87" pulley gives me 12psi, but it wouldnt produce less on the V9 iirc....steve can correct me on this if im wrong.

      It seems like the same size pulley on a V9 gives you about 2/3 of the boost of a V1/V2. However, it seems that V9's have less of an issue w/ belt slip as well. V9's don't seem to slip even w/ a 2.25" pulley and single idler whereas V1/V2's slip alot w/ a 2.5" pulley and dual idler from what I have heard.


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      05-07-2008 10:56 PM #29
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      Modified by JETTSET at 11:00 PM 5-7-2008


    30. 05-07-2008 11:07 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by slc92 »
      How are you getting 15psi out of a V9? What size is the pulley? The one in the pic is purple and looks like the 2.7" VF stage 2 (8psi) pulley.

      You would need a ~1.5" pulley to see 15psi out of a V9 and one of two things would happen. 1) The charger bearings would fail as it's spinning at it's max w/ a 2.25" 2) You would get alot of belt slip.

      15psi from a V9 w/ an intercooler Sorry, I call BS

      let me rephraze that..... its a 15psi pully im getting about 11psi out of it..sorry its a 2.62in pully


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      05-08-2008 06:30 AM #31
      Quote, originally posted by traumatrix89 »

      let me rephraze that..... its a 15psi pully im getting about 11psi out of it..sorry its a 2.62in pully

      No way. Your gauge is off or you are revving over 7200 rpm.

      Vf stage 3 uses the 2.25" pullley and sees 10-10.5psi intercooled.
      You are seeing 11 psi w/ a 2.62"? Nah. That's an 8psi pulley w/ IC at most.


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      04-15-2010 12:34 AM #32
      great thread Im trying to get through all of it but havent made it yet. Question though.

      Im soon too be running a 2.9L vr6 with an Ams vortech V1, with an 8 pound pulley and no A/c. I also have the idler, I need to know what size belt to run please help thanks in advance.
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    33. 06-02-2012 06:42 PM #33
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      05-07-2008 11:23 PM #34
      the 2.5" pulley is advertised as a 15# pulley by certain places. However, that is based on a V1/V2 charger @ an undisclosed rpm.

      I ran the 2.5"/15# pulley w/ dual idler on my V1 setup. I never came even close to 15#. The V1/V2 chargers are larger & have more rotational mass to move than the V9's. This results in increased belt slip. If you were lucky enough to ever see 15#, it wouldn't be very consistent.

      Cogged Pulleys FTW
      Its a trade off. the V9 seems to spins easier & w/ less slip & also has a higher rev. point (65,000rpm IIRC) vs the V1 55,000.
      Although the V1/2 push more CFM.


      A worked head/exhaust etc w/ a V9 & no belt slip can be a very nice setup.
      Big numbers should be left to turbos. Solid performance and smooth power delivery are what the SC is about.

      The AC pulley has ribs that can be shaved. This will increase belt life by not having its backside run along the ribs.
      The ribs on many non Vortech pulleys tend to be very sharp. When over tightening the sharp rubs tend to 'slice' through the belts. I ve been there, done that.

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      05-08-2008 09:22 AM #35
      so are pullies interchangeable from V1/2 to V9's?


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