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thought I`d post this here for you builders who do a VK swap.

Goldsboro, NC
Stillen Supercharger Tuner kit 407570T for 2007-2014 For sale is a barley used (6900 miles old) Stillen Supercharger for the VK56 engine in the Titan. Extras included: short blower dive belt, Long blower drive belt. pair of idler pulleys.
you will need to purchase some various size hoses to suit your install.
I recommend purchasing and using CJ`s fuel rail fittings for the crossover tube connection.
Price is $2700.00

shipping is in issue. can make delivery arrangements for interested people in the surrounding area`s to NC for a fee.

I also have ID 725cc injectors
new walbro 255 fuel pump
UPrev harness adapaters for US-Denso plug n play.
UPrev GT Maf

note* PM with question, please don`t muddy the thread with WHY did you remove it type questions. there is nothing wrong with this set up. currently other plans for the Titan. Thank you.


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What kind of power increase over a stock VK56?
I don`t think I can answer that accurately. There are to many variables involved.

One Titan with zero support mods, lifted 6" and on 35`s yielded a 100 RWHP gain with near same torque numbers.
However my 2013 Titan with a lot of support mods was @ 380+_ RWHP and 405 RWTRQ spinning way under the redline @ 5psi on the dyno.
She was spinning 6psi when the truck was tuned and I was in process of installing a D60 and haven`t been back on the dyno.

Brennan`s swapped Frontier is spinning 386+_ and 420 @ 6psi...

it all depends on your tune, what parts are also in the truck to support the blower.

now if the blower gets ported/modified and the inlet gets modified for a larger TB, then a lot more can be had from the blower.

but as it stood with what I had it was nearly 150HP more than stock and my truck is 2wd, so lighter and quicker on it`s feet...
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