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Old 04-05-2013, 10:38 AM
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I have had several Positive Displacemtn blowers on my daily drivers and woulnd't go with anything else from the aftermarket. My last two trucks were Ecoboosts and I loved the turbos but you don't often see good quality kits with the longevity and fitment of aftermarket turbo systems.

In a perfect world, I would do long tubes and full exhaust, cam and a positive displacement blower. But that is a cool $6-$7000 right there if you do the work yourself, and not including tuning.

I haven't owned but driven centri type blowers and they just don't do anything for me. A properly set up turbo system can be the most efficient but will probably cost you a lot more money, but you will be able to put more power to the ground without the supporting mods (crazy fuel system changes, internals to the engine, etc) that a PD type blower would require.

Of course, these are my opinions based on experience, others may vary.
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