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Eaton Superchargers Modification Guide

Old 06-04-2008, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by SSdan View Post
The second, third, and fourth pictures show the teflon coating on the rotor lobes actually coming off. I'm unsure of why this is happening to my supercharger.
Apearantly thats normal, its a coating that rubs off in the close spots to make a better seal.
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Old 06-05-2008, 10:39 AM
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Question Iat Sensor

I Have A 2005 Cobalt Ss/sc. I Dont Have My Manual And I Was Wondering If You Had Any Pictures Of The Engine Compartment That Show Exactly Where This Sensor Is Located. Thanks
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:28 PM
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Gonna make a habit out of this. Every time I see someone that screwed things up by trying to plug the ports, I'll grab their post and quote it...for reference:

https://www.cobaltss.net/forums/show...3&postcount=36
Originally Posted by lilhomieb07 View Post
Yah when i plugged the superchargers silencer holes the pieces fell off, i found 1 and then one had turned into a ball and made its way to the intake filter and the rest was in particles in the IM covered it with black soot looking stuff.

Sounds like the car has a HUGE leak and i get 0 boost and shakes bad.
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Originally Posted by Edubs View Post
Gonna make a habit out of this. Every time I see someone that screwed things up by trying to plug the ports, I'll grab their post and quote it...for reference:

https://www.cobaltss.net/forums/show...3&postcount=36

sounds like something went really really wrong, there's no way a solid peice could have made it to the filter , there is almost 0 clearance between the SC rotors and housing.


id love to see some pics of thies botched pluggins . i have no doubt bad things can happen, but there are people out there that can screw up putting gas in there car.


if you are not a crafty person , then i wouldn't do this. cause things can go wrong. but if done correctly i see no harm. but ultimately its up to the owner to decide if a mod with almost no performance gain is worth the risk .
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Originally Posted by phatnackySS View Post
sounds like something went really really wrong, there's no way a solid peice could have made it to the filter , there is almost 0 clearance between the SC rotors and housing.


id love to see some pics of thies botched pluggins . i have no doubt bad things can happen, but there are people out there that can screw up putting gas in there car.


if you are not a crafty person , then i wouldn't do this. cause things can go wrong. but if done correctly i see no harm. but ultimately its up to the owner to decide if a mod with almost no performance gain is worth the risk .
I pretty much agree with everything you said. It's just ridiculous to think that someone with the knowledge to prep and seal those ports so that they, more than likely, won't break up would also understand the worthlessness of this modification.

Regardless of how careful you are, it's not guaranteed that they will stay in place. Simply not worth it...
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Bump for a good-ass OP that a lot of people definitely need to check out.
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what is the hp rating on an m62? the most you can push before it breaks?
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One thing I would look at is that eaton states that thes can handle up to 29lbs or 2.3 Bar Something like that yes eat is an issue but look into cry02 or methanol before the zupercharger to cool the intake charge.
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One thing I would look at is that eaton states that thes can handle up to 29lbs or 2.3 Bar Something like that yes eat is an issue but look into cry02 or methanol before the zupercharger to cool the intake charge.
Hello. 2006 called. It wants its ideas back.

Meth injection, heat exchangers, dual pass endplates, E85, porting are all good ways to decrease charged air temps.
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is there a certain size to port the sc?
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can 60lb injecters keep up with the new eaton TVS 1320-lsj? or am i better off getting off getting 80lb flowmatched injectors? also i kinda wanna stay away from running too rich, so im hoping the 60lb can work.
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Originally Posted by scotch89 View Post
is there a certain size to port the sc?
Which part?

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I have the same magnaflow and have nothing but good things to say, my brother got his from ebay but I wanted a valid warranty(I have had problems with ebay sellers before) so I got it here. magnaflow 16432, or you can try one of the vendors here on the forum selling magnaflow, they are allways having sales/specials on the forums. It is nicely built and sounds great I think.
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can 60lb injecters keep up with the new eaton TVS 1320-lsj? or am i better off getting off getting 80lb flowmatched injectors? also i kinda wanna stay away from running too rich, so im hoping the 60lb can work.
What on earth do these posts have to do w/ modifying the Eaton M62? Please search the forums as these belong elsewhere...

To be nice, though. Compressor doesn't dictate injector size, airflow does. If you're running the larger stock pulley on the Harrop, you'll be just fine.

First post, you obviously posted in the wrong thread, are mentally handicapped or straight up spam...
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This thread had some good info. Thanks E-Dubs.
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Great thread !!
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how do you port the s/c? and do you need injector upgrade when you do and do you need an aftermarket h/e?
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I'm adding the link below to this thread, because I feel it explains in better detail some common questions that are still asked when modifying a positive displacement blower (even after reading this very imformative thread). It also will clear up some of the common mistakes people tend to make when they decided to modify their blower.

Please take the time to read. Enjoy!

Positive displacement supercharger modifications | Supercharger Performance and Engine Performance Parts
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Something to reference before making a decision to modify the port holes on the blower. This guy did not have an issue until 3-years later, but this still ended up costing him. Please make informed decisions...

https://www.cobaltss.net/forums/2-0l...6/#post5878099
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Originally Posted by TVS_SS View Post
NOTE!!!

DO NOT WELD THE HOLES SHUT!!

while it is beneficial to have these holes closed, by welding you will distort the rotor bores and change the heat treat on the aluminum.

do not WELD on a finish machined housing anywhere near the rotor bores!!!!!

you will end up with rotor contact issues or large gaps.. these are precision machined bores.. it would be like welding on your cylinder bores.. NOT A GOOD IDEA!
What type of material can we use to plug them? I would like to hear a little more whine out of mine! Be like naw homie its not s/c that was just the VTEC kicking in.
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What type of material can we use to plug them? I would like to hear a little more whine out of mine! Be like naw homie its not s/c that was just the VTEC kicking in.
Did you not read the link in the post above yours??
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