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    Cayman SuperCharger (S/C) Released

    Orton Performance is pleased to announce the release of the Orton Supercharger for the Porsche Cayman S (3.4L). This kit adds an additional 85hp to the stock 3.4L motor. The kit has been in development for several months and is currently running flawlessly on our test mule. We have a couple of pre-orders already but wanted to give Cayman Club members first crack at these released kits.

    Orton Performance is pleased to announce the release of the Orton Supercharger for the Porsche Cayman S (3.4L). This kit adds an additional 85hp to the stock 3.4L motor. The kit has been in development for several months and is currently running flawlessly on our test mule. We have a couple of pre-orders already but wanted to give Cayman Club members first crack at these released kits.

    The main components of the kit are:
    Intake manifold with integrated high performance intercoolers.
    Rotrex Supercharger
    High pressure water pump
    6 High flow injectors
    2 radiators
    ECU reprogramming

    The retail price is $14500 with a 10% discount for Cayman Club / Cayman Register members. (Please provide your screen name when ordering)

    The dyno sheets and pictures of the kit will follow shortly.

    If anyone has any questions please contact Neil Orton (me) either by email neil@ortonusa.com or Tel @ 678-947-1437

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    While 380 isn't bad, I thought the preliminary numbers were more like 400. Is that with a different exhaust or some other mod?

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    We have achieved more and the 85hp increase was achieved on a stock exhaust system.
    For comparison I have attached the dyno sheet from the 3.6 997 S

    With a product such as this I think it is better to under estimate and over achieve.

    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bull_30 View Post
    I like what I see... However, this CS owner will wait till his warranty expires...
    You might check with Neil, he is offering a warranty on this supercharger which may just compensate for your factory warranty. Again check with him on the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadiboy View Post
    While 380 isn't bad, I thought the preliminary numbers were more like 400. Is that with a different exhaust or some other mod?

    If my math is right with stock exhaust it is 380 or a 29% increase in power, with aftermarket exhaust, etc. it is 400 or a 36% increase in power, either way it looks pretty good to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by neil@orton View Post
    Orton Performance is pleased to announce the release of the Orton Supercharger for the Porsche Cayman S (3.4L). This kit adds an additional 85hp to the stock 3.4L motor. The kit has been in development for several months and is currently running flawlessly on our test mule. We have a couple of pre-orders already but wanted to give Cayman Club members first crack at these released kits.

    Orton Performance is pleased to announce the release of the Orton Supercharger for the Porsche Cayman S (3.4L). This kit adds an additional 85hp to the stock 3.4L motor. The kit has been in development for several months and is currently running flawlessly on our test mule. We have a couple of pre-orders already but wanted to give Cayman Club members first crack at these released kits.

    The main components of the kit are:
    Intake manifold with integrated high performance intercoolers.
    Rotrex Supercharger
    High pressure water pump
    6 High flow injectors
    2 radiators
    ECU reprogramming

    The retail price is $14500 with a 10% discount for Cayman Club / Cayman Register members. (Please provide your screen name when ordering)

    The dyno sheets and pictures of the kit will follow shortly.

    If anyone has any questions please contact Neil Orton (me) either by email neil@ortonusa.com or Tel @ 678-947-1437
    What is the typical install cost on a rig like this?

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    Install time is 12 hrs.

    Neil

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    Neil
    Any chance of a "You Tube"?
    Mike

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    what is a You tube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neil@orton View Post
    what is a You tube?
    A internet post of a high quality long video of the engine and car in action! Sound and video will go a long way to entice the emotions/senses. Worth it in preorders.

    www.youtube.com

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    I'm interested to see user feedback on here!

    Even though I would want to, I would be wary of going "this far" just right now though...
    08 GT3
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    How much for the installation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neil@orton View Post
    For comparison I have attached the dyno sheet from the 3.6 997 S

    With a product such as this I think it is better to under estimate and over achieve.

    Neil
    3.6? do you mean 3.8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoAnderson View Post
    How much for the installation?
    Installation is no more than 12 hrs.As so the $ amount I guess it depends on where you live as regards to hourlly rate.

    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Racer S View Post
    3.6? do you mean 3.8?
    The dyno chart was with a 3.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by neil@orton View Post
    The dyno chart was with a 3.6
    Neil I think you need to be more clear that the dyno you posted was not of the 3.4L with a supercharger in a Cayman but rather was a 3.6L engine in a base 997 with a similar supercharger setup. As I understand it you were posting to show similarities.

    I know Neil is going to be posting charts from the Cayman kit as soon as he gets them.

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