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All of our kits are designed around a specific carburettor and blower combination. If your carburettor is the same as that used by our kits, then yes you can use it. We offer variants of all of our kits that do not have carburettors included specifically so that you can use your own.
If you have a carburettor that we do not currently use in one of our existing kits, then we are happy to undertake custom work to make a kit for you.
Unfortunately at this time we only offer supercharger kits for upright aircooled VW engines. We are however happy to discuss custom work and have made a number of custom supercharger kits for customers ranging from old speed 36hp to modern Mexi EFI.
Shoot us an email with your requirements and we will be in touch.
Heat is not an issue, we regularly get 40+ degree days here in Australia and our test engine is installed in a heavy bus loaded with camper gear. We’ve never had an issue with overheating. We always recommend that an external oil cooler is fitted. As with any performance upgrade - the engine can generate more heat so you need a way to get rid of it.
If you are concerned about heat why not consider fitting one of our crank fired distributorless ignition systems. These will automatically retard the timing when inlet air temperatures exceed the programmed limit
We do not have any endorsements for installers, however we are happy to speak with your installer and provide assistance to them with the installation and tuning process.
We provide unlimited support for our kits via the customer support portal on the website for as long as you own the product.
This is something that you. would need to check with your local jurisdiction. Generally as with any modification it would likely need to be inspected and approved. Modification assessment is usually output power related. - i.e. any increase in power needs to have the same increase in braking & handling.
In a bay Kombi it's pretty easy as it has a similar output to a Type 4 2.0 so you can use 2.0 (late) brakes and you're most likely fine. On other vehicles you would most likely need to have the brakes tested and possibly lane change manoeuvres carried out. These requirements will differ from country to country.
In all cases an engineers report would need to be prepared and submitted. My best advice is to speak to an engineer. In Australia you can find a list of approved engineers on the relevant state motor rego site. In other countries you would need to check with the registering authority.
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