Powerdyne bd11a

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  1. 1slow50

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    So I been thinkin bout a super charger. My friend is selling a powerdyne bd11a for a grand he also has the fuel mods to go wit it. He said it has a new belt. Is this a decent price?

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    It's decent but I would go cheaper.. the resale value on them is not great..
     
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    thanks, i was thinking that was kinda high too. i dont know how used it is either. when my friend bought it, it was on a car already and heard it run. i dont think he would of bought it if it wasnt any good. i dont know if all the miles on it is all hard miles. he said they put out good power
     
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    Its a definite power increase over stock but nothing impressive.
     
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    just curious being new to the supercharger world and trying to learn as much as I can, what was the disadvantage of the powerdyne systems? I remember them back when paxton was still a fairly popular name and then they both just seemed to disappear....
     
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    They have internal belts and bearings which are fubar after 9psi...the shafts are also prone to breaking, you couldn't pay me to run a craperdyne.