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I have procharger P1SC Stage 2 with intercooler 800 hp+ ,
What i need to Upgrade to D1SC ?
And how much will be the cost ?


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If your going to step up to a D1SC Pro-Charger, make sure you also go to an 8 ribbed pulley. Reason being, no slippage like you would get with a 6 ribbed pulley. You'll also be good to somewhere between 17 - 21lbs. of boost. Big difference from the P1SC, which is all blown out around 13 - 14lbs of boost. If you're going to do the install yourself, somewhere between $5,500 - $6,700. I haven't had to price them in a while, but I would go to Pro-Chargers web site and find out who their distributors are. Then call around, and go with whoever gives you the best deal, Mike. SCT Tuner.


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You don't need anything else, the D1SC will mount up to your existing bracket, tubes, etc. You can send your head unit back to Procharger with a check for about $1200 for the upgrade and they'll send you a D1SC head unit. Price approximate, they charge an inspection fee for your old one, a little more if you want polished, etc.

Or, if you want to buy the D1SC head unit outright without trade cost is about $2500 or so from a dealer.

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You don't need anything else, the D1SC will mount up to your existing bracket, tubes, etc. You can send your head unit back to Procharger with a check for about $1200 for the upgrade and they'll send you a D1SC head unit. Price approximate, they charge an inspection fee for your old one, a little more if you want polished, etc.

Or, if you want to buy the D1SC head unit outright without trade cost is about $2500 or so from a dealer.
Thank u dear for the good information *_^
LooL It's very expensive , Hummm i think that very hard for me Because I'm not resident in the United States , I'm from Qatar ,
But do u think i should change the Other pulley for Upgrade ?
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If your going to step up to a D1SC Pro-Charger, make sure you also go to an 8 ribbed pulley. Reason being, no slippage like you would get with a 6 ribbed pulley. You'll also be good to somewhere between 17 - 21lbs. of boost. Big difference from the P1SC, which is all blown out around 13 - 14lbs of boost. If you're going to do the install yourself, somewhere between $5,500 - $6,700. I haven't had to price them in a while, but I would go to Pro-Chargers web site and find out who their distributors are. Then call around, and go with whoever gives you the best deal, Mike. SCT Tuner.
Thank you very very much for that information ,
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But do u think i should change the Other pulley for Upgrade ?

Thank you very very much for that information ,
You're welcome dear! If the pulley you are referring to is the dedicated Procharger drive pulley, it's already 8-rib so no need to change anything if you upgrade your head unit. If you refer to the accessory drive belt, which is 6-rib, I'd leave that alone if possible. I know from an earlier post you want to upgrade your damper from stock but unless you have lots of $ and intend to make very high HP there is no need.

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