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    Powerdyne headunit

    Up for sale is a powerdyne BD-11a headunit. I bought it for my car but changed direction with the build and I am no longer in need of it. Unit is fully assembled but I have another 3.1" pulley for it, bearing replacement kit with the gates belt, and the 104" double sided v belt for the f-body powerdyne set up. Sorry no brackets. Ive never seen it in use but it seems to be in good running condition.

    Id like $550 plus shipping.

    Any questions or intrest, pm me.






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    Sold locally. Much faster than expected.
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    Son of a bitch, ive been looking for a replacement that doesn't cost 1500 bucks. Oh well maybe next time.

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    Im sure ill regret selling it and have to buy another one. Im very indesisive about things, and ill probly change my mind back to supercharging eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebird274 View Post
    Son of a bitch, ive been looking for a replacement that doesn't cost 1500 bucks. Oh well maybe next time.

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    I know how you feel. I've have been on a quest for looking for a cheap powerdyne bd11a for quite some time now. Luckily i found this guy on craigslist that sold me a complete powerdyne bd11a supercharge kit today for a mustang 5.0 L for $550. I got the powerdyne unit, brand new 2.87 pulley, bracket, tensioner and idler pulley, fmu, crank pulley, very nice alluminum "powerdyne" intake tube, and a rubber intake tube. Granted i won't use all these parts, but i can sure as hell sell whatever i won't use on ebay to make this a lot less than the $550 i spent.

    Just keep an eye on the car forums, ebay, and especially craigslist! Craigslist has been my friend lately. Not only did i get my supercharger kit at a very reasonable deal, but about two weeks ago i mangaged to score a T56 transmission (with no problems) for $200. Guy said he bought the camaro for $500 so he passed on the savings to me. The deals are out there, you just have to look everyday. That's what i did anyway. Best of luck to you!

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