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Old 12-10-2009, 07:45 AM
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We still have support for our Techco SC....Here's a note I got from Russ Anema
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I have decided that it might be worthwhile to finish the development of the Cog Drive system for both Ford and Dodge Techco Supercharger systems. There are a couple people out there looking to run more than 12psi and the cog drive system works great for this because you can run the belt much looser (less friction & bearing wear) and you never have to worry about belt slip. I originally thought development costs would we too high to sell them at a reasonable price but since I have several people interested, I can get the price down to a reasonable level.

If you are interested, please let me know the following ASAP:
1. Whether it’s for Dodge or Ford
2. How many you want
3. Engine displacement & MAJOR mods
4. What boost level you are trying to run

I could have these ready as soon as a month. But it may take two. Originally, it would cost several thousand to get the kit finished with R&D but I can spread the cost over a more people now making it cheaper for everyone. A REALLY rough estimate would be $1000. I’ll be able to get you an exact quote once I find out how many people are interested.

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I received the same email this morning. The SC belts start to slip at any boost over 12 pounds. Russ's prposed cog drive system is an excellent solution to this problem.
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This would be a great option for the ones going up in boost. It will be interesting to see what the cost comes out to.
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This is a must have for those with forged engines and wanting to crank up their Techco. We are running 18psi on a few cars here and the do have some belt slip. Im looking forward to installing the cogged drive as soon as possible.

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Originally Posted by DCX Depot-Tim C View Post
This is a must have for those with forged engines and wanting to crank up their Techco. We are running 18psi on a few cars here and the do have some belt slip. Im looking forward to installing the cogged drive as soon as possible.

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18 PSI......Sweet!! How are the numbers at that pressure?
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18psi on 4.6L Mustang engines; We are making 640whp at that boost. We have not run a Techco on the Hemi that hard... YET... : )

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Anyone put Russ's system on and have results?
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I wish Techco was still around. They made sweet SCs. Love the sound. Someone should buy the technology and put out some new twin-screws for us.
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I wish Techco was still around. They made sweet SCs. Love the sound. Someone should buy the technology and put out some new twin-screws for us.
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Last summer, June 2010, during the boost upgrade the guys at the shop were talking to russ about a cogged system. at that time nothing was finished and as far as i know nothing exists today except what you see in the picture.
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