ZL1 Supercharger on an LSX
So right now I have a verbal agreement to purchase a lower portion of a ZL1 supercharger, and right now am gathering prices for the upper portion plus other supporting items like pulleys, etc. The blower is brand new still in the box and if everything goes well with what I have planned I could have it installed for half the price of a brand new ZL1 blower kit from GM. I'm sure there will be the question of why don't I buy a different kit which is less expensive than the GM kit and makes more power, while true if I was buying complete kits I'm getting the supercharger unit for a great price and am think I'll be quite content if I can make 600 hp with it which I don't think is unreasonable.
Now the reason for the thread is to make sure I have everything figured out correctly before I fork over the money for the unit. I know I can get a pulley kit from LSX concepts to take care of spinning the blower, and can get the upper portion (and if needed the fuel rails) from a local dealer. I am thinking I should be able to take my PCV connetions off my existing manifold and putting it onto the blower manifold however there are several other connections on the supercharger that I am not sure about.
Do I need to connect the supercharger inlet and outlet pressure sensors? Do I need the evaporator purge control valve? Is there any modifications required on my LS3 swap harness to make this work?
I tried doing a search online but all I got was a bunch of threads where someone would ask about bolting a ZL1 supercharger onto a LS3 and then others would just ask why not go with a different manufacturer. So is anyone able to help me out with my questions?
1969 Camaro X44 LSX376 B8, 6 speed T56, Hooker Header Exhaust, Dakota Digital VHX Gauges, Retrosound Model II
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