They are very nice kits. I am a dealer for them and have installed the blower on my 07 FLHTC but I spun the left flywheel on the crank so I'm in the middle of rebuilding my motor... Pro-charger isn't making kits for V-Rods at this time but they are in the works... I can tell you that when they do, they will be an excellant kit... When they do come out with a kit I will most certainly make good deals to forum members...I'm thinking about ordering a procharger for my bike and was just wondering if anyone has put one on theirs and if they like it or not
Yeah they are pretty close, maybe just a bit more with the blower because it is a direct drive off the crank but boost is boost whether it's a sucker or a blower ... The blower powerband is steady from idle to redline whereas the turbo will curve off at the top...Man I wonder what the numbers will be.... I'd guess close to what the turbos make.
Well I wouldn't classify me as a novice to boost either... I agree that turbo's get a little better mpg but hp/tq is as much even more with a blower vs a turbo, the power and torque band on the dyno is a consistant curve through out the rpm range vs the turbo... Lets just say we agree to disagree ... I've run both and the new pro-charger doesn't rob as much hp/tq and mpg as one would think... The biggest difference is the experience of the tuner and the dyno... A lot of things come into play to squeeze out the hp/tq and what's the actual mpg loss with a super charger vs a turbo? Maybe 2 to 3 mpg? The pro-charger on a stock TC 88 motor with SE 211 cams produced some serious hp/tq gains and still got 40 mpg.... Again, it all comes down to the motor build, cams, cam timing and last but not least a tuner that knows what he's doing...Check his posts, he knows a thing or two about boost....lol