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Procharger P1sc rebuild? 2000 Mustang GT

I have the Procharger P1sc on my 2000 Mustang GT.
I was wondering if it was possible to port and polish the procharger, and if you can... Is it possible to rebuild it and put all new internals in?

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The internals are machined to very tight tolerances so that the air is pushed out like a hairdryer, so I'm going to say that porting and polishing it is a bad idea. If you need more airflow, go up to the D1


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Well i just dont want to blow the procharger up and i was thinking maybe fresh internals would prevent that from happening. I think i have enough airflow..
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Procharger does rebuild their units, which basically consists of new seals and bearings. They won't put all new internals in one unless there's damage to them, and then that comes with an additional (high) cost.

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yeah i have never heard of anyone successfully porting a centrifugal blower. you could probably sell your head unit for around $6-800 and pick up a d1sc for $8-1300. all in all i would go with that approach.

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This must be one of those things where "if it isnt broken, then dont fix it"
And so i wont worry about rebuilding it.. just replacing it if it goes bad.. thanks guys for your help.
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