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    Thread: ** New, BBM G60 Supercharger Kit, Twin Screw **

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      06-05-2012 07:43 PM #1
      THE “NEW” BBM G60 Twin Screw Supercharger Kit


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      June 05, 2012

      Sure the G60 is now considered old school cool, is BBM tickled to have a brand new, bigger and more powerful supercharger… you’re damned right we are! This kit is track and street proven to deliver some serious whoop ass performance. Known to literally shock the pants off of modified 1.8T and even VR6 turbo cars. Keep your pants on and check out our new supercharger kit for the G60 Corrado, G60 Passat, G60 Rallye Golf and G60 16v Golf limited

      http://www.bahnbrenner.com/vw_audi/p...PERCHARGER_KIT



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      06-05-2012 08:01 PM #2
      I CANNOT WAIT.

      Self-contained oiling as well? Excellent my good sir!

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      06-05-2012 08:38 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by 71camaro View Post
      I CANNOT WAIT.

      Self-contained oiling as well? Excellent my good sir!
      Yes, self contained oil... sure cleans up the kit and bom.
      We have some of our parts being cast right now for the silencer option. This should be ready to ship in around 45-60 days, max. The silencer configuration should come in at right around $550-650, includes a very nice air intake and slim line radiator fan.
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    4. 06-05-2012 09:46 PM #4
      I looked at the charger on ur guys site. N I was wondering, it says 300hp "capable" I'm assuming that's with the 16v head? Can u tell me what kind of numbers u guys saw with the 8v? Also, That thing Looks FReaKin SWeeT!! I will b getting one of those. U guys r awesome!!

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      06-05-2012 10:24 PM #5
      Yea HP figures for a well tuned 8v is what i would be interested in finding out.
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    6. 06-06-2012 12:29 AM #6


      that thing looks sick!!!! But i think i will stick to my g-lader

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      06-06-2012 11:13 AM #7
      Fantastic news! My Corrado will probably stay with a G-ladder but my wife's project Rocco may need this on the PG motor that is going in. I was thinking of an Eaton but this looks much better. What is the sound going to be like with and without the silencer?

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      06-06-2012 01:19 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by Hedo View Post
      Yea HP figures for a well tuned 8v is what i would be interested in finding out.
      A well tuned good running stage IV car with a free flowing exhaust should make around 200+whp or 230+chp
      100 octane with an even smaller pulley can make 240+ whp or around 280+chp
      A Stage IV car with decent tires and a good driver can run in the 13 sec 1/4 mile.
      We are planning another dyno session and going for the 250 whp mark.
      I'm sure we will max this baby out and so will some of our customers and make even higher #'s
      Yes a 16v Ltd. engine will certainly make more hp and can come up on the 300hp mark.
      I know we will have new customers making impressive hp #'s with this unit.
      The real deal with this charger is not the hp # it makes on paper... It's the torque under the curve.
      Our experience with running twin screw superchargers has been that turbo cars making 75-100+ more hp are about as equally quick.
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      06-06-2012 01:30 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by G0to60 View Post
      Fantastic news! My Corrado will probably stay with a G-ladder but my wife's project Rocco may need this on the PG motor that is going in. I was thinking of an Eaton but this looks much better. What is the sound going to be like with and without the silencer?
      The first two videos from this link are un-silenced cars.
      http://www.bahnbrenner.com/media/gal...?g2_itemId=707

      One thing most people do not know is that this sound is the loudest at around 2-2.5k rpm.
      When you get up to free-way speeds at any rpm the sound in the cabin is very little.

      Our silencer add on option will knock this down by over 50% with no loss in power or performance.
      Most of the reduction in sound is in the higher pitch range.
      The car will still sound obviously supercharged and wicked...it will just not torque off the neighbors.
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      06-07-2012 05:26 PM #10
      We sharpened our pencils and sweetened up the price on our new kit.

      Also we are offering our 16v Ltd. Integration package discounted with the purchase combined with a new supercharger kit.

      You will need to call in for the deal on the 16v Ltd. package with new supercharger kit.
      Combined with the purchase of a supercharger, $899
      Discounted $300

      http://www.bahnbrenner.com/vw_audi/p...er_Integration

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      06-07-2012 09:46 PM #12
      Another ? for you BBM will your new silencer kits fit the older lysholm superchargers. I would like to quite mine down.

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      06-08-2012 05:17 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by Pete O. Arguelles View Post
      Another ? for you BBM will your new silencer kits fit the older lysholm superchargers. I would like to quite mine down.
      Hi Pete... what is your email? or email me at betz@bahnbrenner.com
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      06-09-2012 09:26 PM #14
      My email is Parguelles3@gmail.com
      I would actually need 2 silencer kits. Thanks Pete

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      06-10-2012 10:11 PM #15
      Awesome. Thanks BBM for keeping the G60 scene around for us.

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      06-11-2012 03:59 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by Pete O. Arguelles View Post
      My email is Parguelles3@gmail.com
      I would actually need 2 silencer kits. Thanks Pete
      Hi Pete-
      I looked around the shop and we have very little left to support the old unit. We are all sold out of most all these parts. I would like to help you, although I am sorry to say that I cannot.
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      06-12-2012 12:03 AM #17
      So if the oil supply is self contained, what'd you with the return and feed lines from a regular g-lader setup?

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      06-12-2012 08:09 AM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by johnd.the.cuban View Post
      So if the oil supply is self contained, what'd you with the return and feed lines from a regular g-lader setup?
      Guessing, you just remove Brass Banjo on head and screw oil pressure sender directly into head like all other MkI and MkII Block off or plug return at block.

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      06-12-2012 01:29 PM #19
      Thanks for the reply. Wow the chargers look so similar dimension wise I would have thought that the only real difference would be in the rear connection on the chargers. How about the inlet you have any left? The big plastic piece?



      Quote Originally Posted by JBETZ View Post
      Hi Pete-
      I looked around the shop and we have very little left to support the old unit. We are all sold out of most all these parts. I would like to help you, although I am sorry to say that I cannot.

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      06-12-2012 05:15 PM #20
      Quote Originally Posted by johnd.the.cuban View Post
      So if the oil supply is self contained, what'd you with the return and feed lines from a regular g-lader setup?
      Yes, after removing the oil feed line. You just screw the sensor right into the head. We also supply the bolt to cap off the return. That's it.
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      06-12-2012 05:17 PM #21
      Quote Originally Posted by Pete O. Arguelles View Post
      Thanks for the reply. Wow the chargers look so similar dimension wise I would have thought that the only real difference would be in the rear connection on the chargers. How about the inlet you have any left? The big plastic piece?
      Hi Pete-
      Yes, these chargers look similar but are completely different.
      Yes, we have the black intake ducts on the shelf.
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      06-12-2012 05:27 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by JBETZ View Post
      Hi Pete-
      Yes, these chargers look similar but are completely different.
      Yes, we have the black intake ducts on the shelf.
      Ok will order it (plastic intake) and I will also need one of the filters the round kind before the oil enters the charger. Will call in the next few days.

      I have a CNC mill and a tig welder I may just have to fabricate a silenced intake for myself I'm getting up there in age and they are starting to get noisy.
      Thanks Pete

    23. 06-15-2012 02:29 AM #23
      that is sick. glad I'm keeping my g60

    24. 06-15-2012 07:09 AM #24
      John what pulley size is this coming with and what boost are you getting with it.
      Also is thi the sprntex S5-210?

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      06-19-2012 07:28 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by fishecuss View Post
      John what pulley size is this coming with and what boost are you getting with it.
      Also is thi the sprntex S5-210?
      This kit is shipping with a 65mm pulley. This will boost 1-2psi more than a stock G60 and you can run this on a bone stock car. Keeping in mind that the twin screws internal ratio is not the same as the G60 G-Lader. Of course we also have power pulleys for Stage III, IV and V+ boost levels. Yes, the head unit is Sprintex. Here is some more information on what has been improved with our new kit. Thanks

      *Larger inlet plenum .450" larger inner diameter, 1.785" more inlet area
      *Inlet plenum has CNC'd 3D pocket to smooth and improve air flow
      *Outlet plenum, we added a 3D CNC milling routine for smoother air flow and a perfect match
      *Larger head unit, rated to produce from 20-30 more hp overall
      *Head unit is oil sealed
      *Head unit utilizes the latest twin screw technology, such as improved bearing thrust locks, 3D internally machined geometry for maximum flow and efficiency
      *Head unit is shorter but larger in girth, shorter screw length reduces internal compression and heat, more efficient, more reliable
      *Head unit manufactured under ISO9001 certification for absolute quality
      *Superior mounting on the drive side and tail side of the charger
      *Entire kit is manufactured to the utmost highest quality with attention to every detail

      This is what I can think of right now. I'll add more if something pops into my head.
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      06-30-2012 12:47 PM #26
      Need some video of the new Hooch barking on the Corrado!

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      07-05-2012 07:43 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by petethepug View Post
      Need some video of the new Hooch barking on the Corrado!

      hah...we will try to take the time next week to post a video.
      this dog does have deeper growl and way more bite!
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    28. 07-18-2012 11:04 AM #28
      There doesn't appear to be a provision to order the new screw compressor through the BBM website. Is this new part phone order only? Thanks!!!

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      07-18-2012 04:28 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by macplayr View Post
      There doesn't appear to be a provision to order the new screw compressor through the BBM website. Is this new part phone order only? Thanks!!!
      oops...ok it is enabled for online purchase now.
      yes, we have been accepting orders and shipping, thanks

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      07-28-2012 03:37 PM #30
      I'm currently fixing up a T. red G60 and will need a new supercharger for it. I have a lysholm but it's too loud for the wife. No lysholm silencers left so I will need one of your new superchargers with one of your new silencer kits.
      I love the torque of the G60 just got my DD beat up G60 corrado back on the road this one is (Green) with a new stg3. clutch complete with LW flywheel. The corrado has a rebuilt but not ported Gladder, 68mm pulley, BBM stg3 chip, RSR outlet, 3.5 FPR, BBM intake, Neuspeed wires, with new plugs,cap,rotor and ign. coil. New fuel pump. 150 Compression all 4 cyls. Car runs great can't keep the front wheels from spinning in 1st gear. I do have a few more bolt ons to go before I bolt on one of my lysholm superchargers. Will need to get good air fuel ratios (LM-1) before I run it thru the 1/4 mile. So far car feels very strong.
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      07-31-2012 02:30 PM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by Pete O. Arguelles View Post
      I'm currently fixing up a T. red G60 and will need a new supercharger for it. I have a lysholm but it's too loud for the wife. No lysholm silencers left so I will need one of your new superchargers with one of your new silencer kits.
      I love the torque of the G60 just got my DD beat up G60 corrado back on the road this one is (Green) with a new stg3. clutch complete with LW flywheel. The corrado has a rebuilt but not ported Gladder, 68mm pulley, BBM stg3 chip, RSR outlet, 3.5 FPR, BBM intake, Neuspeed wires, with new plugs,cap,rotor and ign. coil. New fuel pump. 150 Compression all 4 cyls. Car runs great can't keep the front wheels from spinning in 1st gear. I do have a few more bolt ons to go before I bolt on one of my lysholm superchargers. Will need to get good air fuel ratios (LM-1) before I run it thru the 1/4 mile. So far car feels very strong.
      Sounds great Pete-
      Place an order and I'll build it for you!
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      08-08-2012 01:25 AM #32
      Videos! Anywhere we can catch video's of a G60 running this new charger?

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      08-08-2012 06:54 AM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by Pete O. Arguelles View Post
      I'm currently fixing up a T. red G60 and will need a new supercharger for it. I have a lysholm but it's too loud for the wife. No lysholm silencers left so I will need one of your new superchargers with one of your new silencer kits.
      I love the torque of the G60 just got my DD beat up G60 corrado back on the road this one is (Green) with a new stg3. clutch complete with LW flywheel. The corrado has a rebuilt but not ported Gladder, 68mm pulley, BBM stg3 chip, RSR outlet, 3.5 FPR, BBM intake, Neuspeed wires, with new plugs,cap,rotor and ign. coil. New fuel pump. 150 Compression all 4 cyls. Car runs great can't keep the front wheels from spinning in 1st gear. I do have a few more bolt ons to go before I bolt on one of my lysholm superchargers. Will need to get good air fuel ratios (LM-1) before I run it thru the 1/4 mile. So far car feels very strong.
      Selling the charger you have on it now?

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      08-08-2012 11:52 AM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by oldschool eighty8 View Post
      Selling the charger you have on it now?
      No sorry need it for another project.

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      08-08-2012 05:32 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by BoostedG60 View Post
      Videos! Anywhere we can catch video's of a G60 running this new charger?
      We will do a video of this very soon and we are doing a youtube BBM channel. Check out our site later today....changes are in the works.

      Pete, lets build you the first silenced BBM twin screw supercharged beast!
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