Hello guys. This might be a bit long so buckle up.
I have a 2005 Hyundai Elantra GLS sedan. It's and auto by the way. I bought it in June of 2015 with 18,400 miles as my first car. It's never seen snow before which is rare for a Minnesota car. It's in storage right now until April. It now has 21,500 miles. It's a really nice car and I love it and I want it to be a RELIABLE car for many years. But as most car enthusiasts, it would be nice to have a little bit more power under the hood. I've been saving my money since summer time and I have $2500 saved up as of the end of February. By April I hope to have $3000. Now as I put in caps I want the car to be reliable and to last at least another 10 years easy. Now I thought about a turbo but that seems expensive and plus you have to get it tuned and all that and it might not be a reliable anymore. Then I thought "hey maybe there's a supercharger available" well I saw a thread on Elantraxd of someone who put a supercharger on there Elantra. Link http://www.elantraxd.com/forums#/top...ge=1&_k=izqmdi I found a alpine beta II supercharger on ebay for $1299 but it doesn't come with everything I need. Link https://www.ebay.com/itm/121822830376 Is it pretty much a bolt on system for the most part? Do I need the injectors? Where do I get a longer belt for it? Where do I get replacement parts or just anything for it? Let me know what you think. It would be really nice if it was just a bolt on system and there wasn't any tuning or an intercooler needed. Also do I have enough money to do a supercharger? I don't want to ruin this car. It's so perfect and I don't want to do anything dumb with it that would make it unreliable. Thanks guys!
Also here is a picture of my car
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