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    Find Maserati tuning/ aftermarket parts and upgrades like sports exhausts & wheels at Scuderia Car Parts, for the Ghibli, GranTurismo, and Quattroporte. Official.

    At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Maserati Quattroporte turbo kits to ensure that you have every turbo kit option available to you. We go out of our.

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    We have a supercharger kit for the QP that has a lot of nice polished and carbon fiber parts. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. I find the exponential increase in price in turbo kits for high end cars amazing, but there are many reasons for this; stainless tubing instead of mild steel, name brand turbos, quality wastegates, the fact you normally need two of everything because most exotics have V8 or V10 engines. Originally Posted by turbocorp2.

    Maserati turbo kit

    Maserati turbo kit

    Maserati turbo kit

    Maserati turbo kit

    Maserati turbo kit

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    Every single one of my friends have moved on to GT-R's and I do not want to be one of them. I enjoy being different! But please help me at least stay up with them: P I patiently await Formula Dynamics forced induction options for the 4.

    This engine deserves to go faster! More Power for my GT. I'm in the same boat. I know they have superchargers for the 4. I'm having Twin superchargers or possibly Twin turbos installed in my GS over the summer. I have a thread on here about it but it's kind of hit a pause due to the shop's schedule. Originally Posted by colekatie. Originally Posted by SMU.

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    Is it the clutches or the F1 system that has trouble and would need to be upgraded? I too am wondering where more power could be purchased. Love my car - just want to make it go faster. Originally Posted by TravisJ. These clutches have a hard time with hp, I can't imagine clutch life with a hp engine. What is your guess? Maybe 5K miles at most in between clutch changes?

    How many hp do the Trofeo cars produce? I believe they are in that ballpark and that the remainder of the power train is the same. Should be no need to beef up anything Originally Posted by TBigs. Originally Posted by lcdave. Once the engine is in the power band, there doesn't seem to much problem. Am I missing something? The torque applied to the transmission however, will likely need to be sorted out.

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    I have no idea if it will handle that much more torque. Clutches are worn by heat and slipping. Lots of extra HP would create more of both. The reason clutches are worn the most at lower speeds is because that is where the most slipping happens.

    More power would make slipping even worse. The problem with "upgraded" clutches is that we have yet to see someone pull it off. As you know, there are many threads on new clutch material attempts for F1 transmission cars and not a single report of success.

    Do you think this will really happen? Just can't see it being commercially viable? Like most modificationsit is not an investment. Nobody buys a supercharger thinking that it is adding value to their car, so the relative cost of the conversion to the value of the car is immaterial. The cost of the conversion must be related to the value that the potential buyer places on the results - a faster Maserati The commercial viability of the project would then be a function of the cost to research, design, test, manufacture the kit and the number of buyers who value the kit enough to purchase it at a certain price point.

    Maserati turbo kit

    If there are enough buyers to recoup the investment then it is commercially viable. Nobody is suggesting that a maker is going to be supporting themselves on these kits but so long as they don't lose money, a shop like FD would add this to their bag of tricks.

    They make a bit of profit and gain notoriety for having done something few others have accomplished. Why not start with that platform and eliminate the need to wrestle with the F1 system?

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