LSA Supercharger Installation

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Silversled
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Re: LSA Supercharger Installation

Post by Silversled » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:26 pm

PPV wrote:Vic, excellent wright up. Probably the best detail I’ve seen for a Holden lsa conversion! I know I will be referencing it when it’s time.
Jeff

I put a link in the ss forum so others can benefit from your work.

http://www.ssforums.com/forum/forced-in ... ics/168898" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Hey Jeff,
Thanks a bunch! I look forward to yours! Your build is going to be awesome.
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Maxspeed96ct
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Re: LSA Supercharger Installation

Post by Maxspeed96ct » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:22 pm

great thread victor. My lsa blower swap is almost done as well, cant wait to rip it around.


did you install that magnaflow resonator yet? Im wondering if I should of kept it. I'll know in another week or 2

Silversled
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Re: LSA Supercharger Installation

Post by Silversled » Sun Feb 11, 2018 2:42 pm

Maxspeed96ct wrote:great thread victor. My lsa blower swap is almost done as well, cant wait to rip it around.


did you install that magnaflow resonator yet? Im wondering if I should of kept it. I'll know in another week or 2
Thanks and definitely post your build when you're done!

No I haven't had a chance to install the resonator muffler yet. Just got some 45degree and straight stainless pipe but it's competing for time in the life of work. The Kooks were loud before the LSA. I didn't notice that it got appreciably louder after though.
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Dfreehd
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Re: LSA Supercharger Installation

Post by Dfreehd » Thu Oct 24, 2019 4:53 pm

I saw nothing about swapping the converter for one from a CTSV. Did you leave the Stock stall converter? If so did you like where it locked up would you have changed it in hindsight? Doing the same swap into mine and i was curious.

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Re: LSA Supercharger Installation

Post by Silversled » Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:51 am

Dfreehd,

I decided to use the stock converter for now since I'm running the LS9 cam and it idles low enough to not flash the converter. With a good engine and trans tune, it drives just fine on the street even with aggressive driving. For the drag strip the ZL1 or aftermarket stall might be better.
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