Im sitting here at work thinking, whats the most difficult part in putting in a supercharger in our cars. I know there would be problems with the ECU, but how hard can it be installing one. Picture it, without the stock airbox there is a lot more room to play with in that area of the engine bay. Mount a centrifugal supercharger closer to the front of the car with he discharge pointing down i guess and attach the superchargers pulley to one of the pulleys on the engine. Run the discharge piping down and around to a FMIC and have the discharge piping from the IC go the same route and into the TB with a spot in the pipe for the MAF. As for the intake for the supercharger, it would go down into the wheel well like any of the CAIs go. It doesnt seem like its that hard to do. Ive seen plenty of cars that have massive amounts of IC piping and the way i described it, it doesnt seem like much is needed. Also if you didnt want an intercooler.... i dont know why not but... have the supercharger mounted as described and instead of going to a FMIC go straight into the TB. I dont know too much about superchargers and if there needs to be a specific position or place it has to be moounted and how much room there is to run intercooler piping to the front of the car but from what i have seen on other cars it seems fairly simple to do. Someone fill me in on reasons on why this might or might not work and if it will why hasnt anyone tackled this idea yet?