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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-23-2009, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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rhino superchargers

anyone here ever done it?

do they work well or just launch engines like i keep hearing?

what are the tricks if they do/or have been made to work?

i would like to hear from people first hand knowledge.........not my buddies friends cousins

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I met a guy from Vegas with one, He was having heat issues. i didnt get to check it out that much,

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Avoid them like the plague! I had one with every upgrade available ie cooling big radiator, electric water pump, fuel nitrous fuel solinoids bigger fuel pump every gauge to moniter from boost to oil temp to AFR and it lasted a whole 260miles before chucking the rod through the cases... even After dyno tuning it and all. My personal opinion is the 660 just can't handle boost without significant internal upgrades. There are much better performance upgrades to spend your money on and the MPI kit isn't one of them
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what fuel were you running?

I'm stayin neutral here, but you DID report kyle's post to admins.
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110 race fuel sometimes mix 93/110
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The setup was the owner of Mountain Performance (Mac) personal Rhino used for there photo shoots and all! My personal opinion is I think the kit is super high quality just not a good plan for a bone stock basic farm implement engine.
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yeah i know abe the other owner,just wanted some real world info thanks

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Right on! I didn't know Abe was an owner now? I always thought he was a tech/R&D guy. Not much sledding in Arizona how did you meet them guys?
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i thought i heard he was part owner,i could be wrong,i used to live near salt lake,eagle mountain.i worked for larry miller up there where he works

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Avoid them like the plague! I had one with every upgrade available ie cooling big radiator, electric water pump, fuel nitrous fuel solinoids bigger fuel pump every gauge to moniter from boost to oil temp to AFR and it lasted a whole 260miles before chucking the rod through the cases... even After dyno tuning it and all. My personal opinion is the 660 just can't handle boost without significant internal upgrades. There are much better performance upgrades to spend your money on and the MPI kit isn't one of them
What ignition box were you running?



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