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Camden Supercharger value??


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I recently acquired a Camden supercharger setup from my uncle who has just passed away and wanted to know the value of it. It looks like pretty much everything is there for the SC kit along with a Weber carb, never used nos K&N filter setup for the weber, tii alternator bracket, and what looks to be a never used BMW m10 water pump.

The numbers on the Camden are: model # b-80 Serial # 85142

The part number of the bracket is: 11 14 1 257 413 and according to realoem is a 2002tii Sedan, M10, Manual alt. bracket

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Wow, that's an awesome find! My condolences to you and your family for the passing of your uncle.

Do you have the installation instructions for this kit? If so, would you please post them for posterity?

Are you willing and able to take some more detailed photos and measurements of the various parts? I'm personally not interested in (or capable of) producing a replica of this kit, but I am interested in gaining some insights into the port sizing and general layout of the manifolds between the head and supercharger, and between the supercharger and carburetor. My 24 Hours of LeMons team has a supercharger that we're thinking about mating to our 2002 tii, and the kit you've shown would be a great model on which we could base our design efforts. I suspect other folks here on the FAQ would be quite interested in learning about the setup as well, since there are quite a few members who are eager to investigate and/or implement any boost-related gizmo they can get their hands on.

Thank you for posting!

Grice

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Sorry for your loss.

As to the supercharger. Go to the forced induction board on Roadfly(yes I know its a curse word) I would say $2000 on the low end and probably alot more. You might want a machinist to check the blower. End play etc.etc....Remember if the first guy takes your price you didnt ask enough....

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Wow, that's an awesome find! My condolences to you and your family for the passing of your uncle.

Do you have the installation instructions for this kit? If so, would you please post them for posterity?

Are you willing and able to take some more detailed photos and measurements of the various parts? I'm personally not interested in (or capable of) producing a replica of this kit, but I am interested in gaining some insights into the port sizing and general layout of the manifolds between the head and supercharger, and between the supercharger and carburetor. My 24 Hours of LeMons team has a supercharger that we're thinking about mating to our 2002 tii, and the kit you've shown would be a great model on which we could base our design efforts. I suspect other folks here on the FAQ would be quite interested in learning about the setup as well, since there are quite a few members who are eager to investigate and/or implement any boost-related gizmo they can get their hands on.

Thank you for posting!

Grice

Thanks for the reply, I can try to take some more detailed pictures,but that was the best my camera could get with the lighting. I saw on Camdens website a picture of a 2002 with the kit and it looked very compact with plenty of room in the bay. I looked all around and no instructions, but Im sure it wouldnt be at all hard to figure out.

The sc turns very smoothly and easily and doesnt seem to have any shaft play in it at all. I havent removed the tape on the openings but from what I can see it is very clean inside.

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Sorry for your loss.

As to the supercharger. Go to the forced induction board on Roadfly(yes I know its a curse word) I would say $2000 on the low end and probably alot more. You might want a machinist to check the blower. End play etc.etc....Remember if the first guy takes your price you didnt ask enough....

I'll have to try that thanks! I'm going to list on ebay aswell ...

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