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    Default Need A Supercharger Expert in Los Angeles Area

    I just bought a 1993 Jeep Wrangler with only 53k miles on it. It has an Avenger Supercharger kit on it. It runs like crap.

    The ECU needs to be flashed with a good program to get everything working right. I might even need some higher volume injectors. Anybody know anyone in the LA area that is capable of doing this?

    I've got someone in San Diego but would prefer not to travel that far.

    Here is a pic of the Jeep & motor:

    Thanks

    George
    805-390-5700



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    Call Kevin, 805-732-8293, can't remember the name of his new business off hand. He's in Ventura.

    He used to work for Magnuson in charge of R&D, when Toyota or Ford etc, would bring in a vehicle they wanted to "factory" supercharge they gave the car to him he would place the huffer and dial in the tune.

    Great guy and really knows his shit, tell him Brad reffered you.

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    First thing to do is check compression ...I've removed a few superchargers and done valve jobs and put back to stock , in my day ...

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    Kenne Bell, around Chatsworth or Northridge in SFV.
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    Kenne Bell in Rancho Cucamonga. They are pretty finicky about what they do though.

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    What is the management system? Is the ecu GM or aftermarket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDMarine View Post
    What is the management system? Is the ecu GM or aftermarket?
    I'm not sure. How do I check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCarDudes View Post
    I'm not sure. How do I check?
    Look at the ecu, it will have two large weather tight plugs into it. If it is after market it will most likely have a name on it like Accel DFI, FAST, Autronics, etc and most likely be some type of billett looking aluminum extrusion. If it is GM it will be more plain Jane and probably black, smaller with fins. If still not sure, unbolt it and look at the back. It should have something there identifying it.
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