random crazy question i want to put a supercharger in my 2006 hhyundia accent what will i need as in upgrade wise to my motor so i dont blow it?

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Asked by Dec 21, 2013 at 10:33 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan FWD

Question type: Car Customization

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random crazy answer...what does your driving record look like?...I drive SLOW so there aren't any high speed achievements goin' on with me....like a grampa dammit....NO TICKETS OR accidents since 1983....impetuous sports car driver....NOT~ watch it fella, kitties and children frequently are distracted and never saw you comin'~

First off a "supercharger" & "turbocharger" are different. A supercharger (air compressor) runs directly off the engine crankshaft pulleys. And a turbocharger is an exhaust driven turbine off the exhaust manifold. So which one? Many kits & shops out there to recommend & install turbo's, find one, or DIY.

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Was thinking supercharger

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