Pro charger has kits in Alaska, they don't care of climate as long as you let it warm up. Do not do a heat blanket, uneven heat can expand one Section of the housing over another, including internals, and you will run into clearance issues. Just make sure you have fresh lube for the winter and let it idle. That's why I went pro charger too, vortech wouldn't back the winter climates, pro charger will.
Soldmt srt8, I have a d1sc kit for sale, r1 slotted/drilled cryo'd rotors and ceramic pads, and a snow performance stg III. Pm if interested.
'13 F450, '12 s550, '13 e550 soft top, '13 gl350 BT, '13 glk250 BT, and a bunch of other stuff.
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Hoseclamp here is my cam spec 217/223 555/555 114LSA 111ICL. I told Andy I was planning on going FI down the road so its a bit of a hybrid (FI plans were accelerated lol). Loved the sound and the power increase was very noticeable. As Skip said I also did springs, retainers and rods at the recommendation of him and Andy.
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