Procharger install 2013 9C3

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Hzgray
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Procharger install 2013 9C3

Post by Hzgray » Fri Oct 04, 2019 4:48 pm

I’ve purchased a D1SC kit. Looking at my passenger side it looks very tight to run the charger tubing in front of the fuse box. There is a plastic tray under the fuse box that extends forward about an inch that the PCM is mounted under. Will any mods be required to that part or the headlight assy to fit the tube? Looking for any hints before I start. Thanks.
2013 9C3, DoD delete, BTR Stg 1, Kooks 1 7/8, Rotofab, 3.27 Diff, VMR 810 wheels (staggered), King Springs (lowered), oh and a D1SC.

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Re: Procharger install 2013 9C3

Post by Hzgray » Fri Oct 04, 2019 6:23 pm

I think I just figured that part out but if there any good tips for the install I’d appreciate it. D1SC tuner kit with ID 1050x injectors.
2013 9C3, DoD delete, BTR Stg 1, Kooks 1 7/8, Rotofab, 3.27 Diff, VMR 810 wheels (staggered), King Springs (lowered), oh and a D1SC.

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Re: Procharger install 2013 9C3

Post by kevink » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:46 pm

Congrats on the Procharger kit. Whenever you get done with the installation, and if you remember, can you please let me know if you have to dent the driver's side strut tower to fit the blower?
2011 9C3: 11.48 @118. World's fastest naturally aspirated Caprice PPV.

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Re: Procharger install 2013 9C3

Post by Hzgray » Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:41 am

Sure thing.
2013 9C3, DoD delete, BTR Stg 1, Kooks 1 7/8, Rotofab, 3.27 Diff, VMR 810 wheels (staggered), King Springs (lowered), oh and a D1SC.

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Re: Procharger install 2013 9C3

Post by Hzgray » Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:29 pm

kevink wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:46 pm
Congrats on the Procharger kit. Whenever you get done with the installation, and if you remember, can you please let me know if you have to dent the driver's side strut tower to fit the blower?
I did not have to dent the strut tower to fit the G8 main bracket/D1SC. Had roughly a quarter inch clearance. Those that have a’14+ and use an SS bracket may differ. The folks at Procharger told me that offset was ~.2 inch different between the two. I initially had a Chevy SS Kit/bracket but found it wouldn’t work because of interference with my hydraulic power steering pump/pulley. The G8 main bracket worked but then had to swap from an SS pulley to a G8 Procharger pulley that mounts on the harmonic balancer to ensure proper offset. This Procharger G8 pulley would not work with my PPV balancer so I replaced it with a G8 balancer. So, the ‘14+ Chevy SS Kit doesn’t work with 11-13 PPVs. It all worked out in the end. Bob at BruteSpeed gave me a great deal; the cheapest I was able to find and also friendly tech advice.
2013 9C3, DoD delete, BTR Stg 1, Kooks 1 7/8, Rotofab, 3.27 Diff, VMR 810 wheels (staggered), King Springs (lowered), oh and a D1SC.

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Re: Procharger install 2013 9C3 Dyno Results

Post by Hzgray » Sat Nov 16, 2019 12:54 am

Just had my car tuned. Pretty happy with the results. Dyno before and after addition of D1SC.
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2013 9C3, DoD delete, BTR Stg 1, Kooks 1 7/8, Rotofab, 3.27 Diff, VMR 810 wheels (staggered), King Springs (lowered), oh and a D1SC.

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