uno Posted July 7, 2009 Report Share Posted July 7, 2009 but I've recently become aware that the Novi's are no longer 50 state legal, thus mine is dust. Living in California we face a little more adversity then some of you that live in states that don't have such limiting emissions laws. 1) Now Roush and Whipple both claim a 50 state legal superchargers, roots style and twin screw. 2) Roush suggests the stock airbox OR one of their kits of course for their "tune" to work 2) Neither claim to have room for the strut tower brace on the SGT 3) Both claim to function best on a tune that you send your PCM in to have them do. (no handheld needed) so i was wondering if anyone had some feedback on either of these power adders. Whipple -im not sure if i trust the "adaptive tune" that Steeda reflashes your PCM to. However Steeda knows the SGT better than Roush im sure. -im assuming the Steeda Whipple Kit has to be purchased from them to get this "adaptive tune" Roushcharger doesnt seem like a good idea for reasons we all know. Especially to a Shelby Enthusiaist. -Roush claims the same thing, they say to overnight your PCM and they reprogram it, should this be trusted? -im assuming you have to buy the kit from them to get this tune as well Vortech my mechanic/tuning shop is highly recommending the Vortech Kit. And i trust them so i might just go with the Vortech to be honest. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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