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what happend to the site? no more pics or videos. no more Z32 intake plemns. just steering. that mean the SC kit is finito too?

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Yeah, good question. I wonder what this means and what it means for the future.

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There's another company that just released a S/C kit for the VG30/VG33s but it isn't cheap (in price) like the L&P one was hopefully going to be.

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hmm. i did see phil yesterday but i really didn't have the time to chat it up with him. i wish i knew about this as i surely would have asked him. P...

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Anybody know what's going on with L&P Performance? Their site is down and I've been trying to get a hold of phil on this board, usually he answers my pms the same day, I haven't been able to get a hold of him for 2 weeks. Just a bit worried because I recently moved, and my paypal account is all screwed up and I ended up sending him payment twice and I have no way of getting a hold of him to cancel one of the orders... I know a lot of people stand behind their reputation, and I respect that and can't wait to get the product in.

Does anybody have a number or e-mail that I can reach one of them directly at?

 

Thanks

 

 

Jake

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There's another company that just released a S/C kit for the VG30/VG33s but it isn't cheap (in price) like the L&P one was hopefully going to be.

name?

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An Aussie company called CAPA has one. There's not much info about it on their website and I can't tell if it boosts your HP up to 200 or stacks 200HP on top of what you already have. Either way, $5,000US is a bit too much for me.

 

What we need is an Aussie to investigate this and see if you can get select pieces of the kit instead of the whole thing.

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Hmmm, well thats definately a 3.3 in a Xterra in that photo. I would wait to see it on a 3.0. I would think bolting on a supercharger from a 3.3 to a 3.0 would mechanically easy, but electrically, thats another story. I have pondered this for a while. Even aquired a supercharger from a Xterra to eventually play with.

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It sure looks like a Xterra to me, look at the cowl vents. Maybe a Froniter(or whatever the foregn one is). But thats a 3.3, definately.

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I also see multiple O2 sensor connectors. See the red and blue wires on the right valve cover? Anyways, Im not going to argue. I was just making on observation. Its all good! B)

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Any word on Phil??? I still haven't recieved an e-mail or pm back concerning my orders, and it's been almost two weeks. I'm more concerned for himself than for my order. I hope everything is all right.

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Oops, forgot to include the name in my first post. Same one 88 is talking about...name is Alpine Developments.

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I talked to Phil's wife the other day briefly. She says he's mired in real work at his job, that's all. :shrug:

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this isn't your regular diy type of thing. takes a little more skill then most diy projects.

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Yeah, Im pretty sure that this would be the case, but I do remember reading a post somewhere that they made the CL more nimble by welding bearings.

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