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Im reviving this as i have run out of searching. And most of it is outdated now. Many a people are telling me not to bother with FI on my R with the lack of help here in Aus its possible i might throw the towel in on this. 

 

Last effort my target is 400bhp. I originally planned to make my kit based on the C38-92 charger with meth injection. To accommodate this i was set to get the short block done so forged pistons, rods, cnc port, valvetrain etc. I know at that target might be overkill but want its robust enough to handle additional boost. 

 

I noticed TVS have theirs on the belt side and RUF is the opposite running off a shaft. I do prefer the rotrex as the RUF is almost a completely different charger when going stage I-III and i will be doing the work in stages.  

 

I hunted the forums but couldn't find a pic of the TVS kit as they are very secretive on its placement and setup but I gather it might be direct from rortex not there own design? I know there pully is propriety?

 

So please if anyone can help me get a bracket or at least point me in the right direction to buy parts in bulk so i can start with the build thats been 5 years in the making 

 

Afternoon,

 

Feel free to check out the website as we have FI kits going to USA/Australia and even NZ currently. Feel free to email and we can answer any questions you might have.

 

www.rushworthperformance.com

www.facebook.com/rushworthperformance

 

 

Cheers

 

Matt


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Hi Matt 

 

email sent we have much to discuss, 

 

Thanks to fellow members for letting me revive this thread



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Update I ended up chatting to TVS for some info was recommended going turbo as stage 3 supercharger kits was told by them results in breaking crankshafts. At the moment the plan is to rebuild the entire engine so don’t see this as a problem as I would use a MK4 crank which I’m told is stronger? So I’m basically back to square one with adopting a rotrex charger as I can’t get a pulley and bracket system from TVS by itself. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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Doesn't sound right to me, never heard of a crankshaft brraking and the different power deliveries of turbo vs super would imply that turbo would be more likely to break something like that surely if it was a weak point?

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Exactly right? Tvs are a reputable company which surprised me they said go turbo and not a stage 3 supercharger option. I know there are other competitors that support the rotrex setup pushing 500hp and not broken a crankshaft. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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Anyone have info on the rotrex c38r? from what Iv read it was supposed to be released last year but it doesn’t appear to have happened.

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Anyone have info on the rotrex c38r? from what Iv read it was supposed to be released last year but it doesn’t appear to have happened.

 

Its available to purchase, £3000 all in.


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