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Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby Brian » Tue Aug 02, 2011 11:13 am

How about a discount on a Kraftwerks Supercharger for your NA, NB or NC?

They need volunteers! MUST be willing to be without the car for weeks! Development time can be difficult to predict. If you are not a patient person this is NOT for you. But if your Miata is not your daily driver, and you want to trade time away from the car to be the first guy on the block with this setup, then we will put you in touch with the right people. Just email us through the website. The REWARD is getting your kit for about half price! That's approximately $1700 Plus Tax instead of $3300-$3400 price we normally charge for these kits.

Looking for

NC Owners, and

90-93 (PS+AC)

90-93 (PS no AC)

94-97 (no PS no AC)

94-97 (PS + AC)

94-97 (PS no AC)

Shown below is the 99-00 Miata kit we sell now.
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby tsukiji » Sun Aug 14, 2011 11:16 pm

I would be all over that, if only it would be CARB-legal :(
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby RUKnight » Mon Aug 15, 2011 6:20 pm

Where do the volunteers need to be located? I'm guessing CA?
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby Brian » Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:12 pm

Yep, they need local folks....here in Southern Cal.
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby rr1santos » Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:56 pm

Hmm...so pay 1700 + tax? Is there hope of this kit being carb legal...what do you know about the kit so far compared to cosworth?
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby RUKnight » Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:11 pm

Brian wrote:Yep, they need local folks....here in Southern Cal.


Bummer :P
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby standiego » Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:48 pm

ditto for me, even if I had to wait for a year for CARB cert. It would be tough to lose my SKITTLL for a couple of months or so though.

tsukiji wrote:I would be all over that, if only it would be CARB-legal :(
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby t0ast » Tue Aug 16, 2011 6:02 pm

Any idea how dead-set they are about the volunteers being local? That big of a discount would make a good excuse for a roadtrip and vacation (which wouldn't be particularly difficult for me to swing, especially with having friends and family in SoCal and along the way). That, and my car would be living well outside of CARB's reach :mrgreen:
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby halfpint » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:32 am

They seem pretty set on a local (SoCal) car as several of us NorCal folks have volunteered, including myself and the response was they were holding out for a local car.
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Re: Kraftwerk's SUPERCHARGER Volunteers Get BIG DISCOUNT!

Postby donutbob » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:49 am

Hello, brand new poster here because of this thread... I already have one installed and running great on my 95 with ps and ac, can I volunteer my car and buy an additional kit at the discount? (or even a back credit? :))


Let me know who to ask if here isn't appropriate. I'm in norcal, but would be willing to bring my car down...

Sfdough@gmail to discuss details,

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