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Wynjammer review with dyno #'s, mpg change, towing info, lots of pics?????

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Old 02-28-2006, 09:49 AM   #1
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I am in the process of trying to do a full review of the kit. I am going to try and work with Al because he seems to know alot about forced induction.

Seeing how there is no real info with numbers on our trucks I'm going to be the guinea pig. I plan on doing before and after dyno's, before and after avg. mpg for city,hwy, and towing 6200lb's. Once I finnish all the testing and dyno I will post up a long, in debth review with dyno charts, and as soon as the track opens back up in a month i'll get new 1/4 times.

The kit I'm thinking about testing is 8-9psi
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Old 02-28-2006, 10:06 AM   #2
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i think i should have worded the poll different. I meant would you be more likely to consider the Wynjammer. I've seen 100's of people ask about the kits but no one knew what they could do. If my review shows they are easily capable of 400rwhp would it be considedred with the rest of the boosted choices?
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someguy on GMFS just had one fall apart on him on his 92.
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Git-r-done man!! I'm a fan of anyone willing to try something unknown or a little different!!
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I had one on my s10, it made good power and never gaveme any problems. I raced another member on here named lowrado99. he had a silverado, rclb, 5.3 wipple charged @6 psi, with a locker and a 2600stall. From a roll I would pull him from 15-90, and then he would walk past me. From a dead stop It was pretty much even til about 60 and than he would pul me. I had a s10 , 4.3 5 peed with 3;08. AFTER WE PUT THE 3;73 IN WE NEVER RACED AGAIN, AND i PARTED OUT THE TRUCK , traded it in and bought my fullsize. I never really trusted the wynjammer and was lucky to only take a $200 loss on it. I personally dont like the product and dont think it would do well with over 2000 miles on it, especially with the exotic grease sealed bearing that wore rathr quickly on me, but was told by AL that it is broken in thats all. shortly after I got rid of it, two people on another site had blown their engines due to the impellars making contact with the casing. His fix for it was to include a screen with the kits to catch all the broken pieces. You be the judge.
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Thats something to look into. Thanks for the info. I wish more people had this kit. I would like to know if anyone has had one on for a long period of time. I sure dont want to dump $3k on something that wont last a 5,000 mile oil change. I may look into a members ATI Procharger kit. Those are tried and true.
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