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I'll give you $350 right now LOL!

16years ago my brother paid $1200 for his new.

Good news:
They are easy
They are simple
They really don't need tuning because of the low boost
Some people are still looking for them
There are parts available for them relative cheap

The Bad:
Powerdyne being out of business
Powerdyne has a bad rep (For every 1+ you get 5-)
Bad rep and service from the people that rebuild them
They have to be rebuilt
They are designed to be ran over 8lbs

There is one on here for sale for $1100 that was recently rebuilt.

IMO anything under $900shipped is reasonable depending on shape and use. But thats just me.
 

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I agree completely with QuietOne. I have one on my 86 Vert. Have less than $1000 invested in the whole set up with all the upgrades done. They are a great entry level supercharger and work great if kept under 8 psi and not daily driven or used in extreme cold. So I would say if you are selling the complete set up and it has very low miles and use since it was upgraded then in the 800-1100 range. If it had been more than 6 months or 3000 miles since it was upgrades than closer to the 800 range. If your just selling the head unit, then 400-600. Beings it's a Ford Motorsport one it is more desirable to some people. The BD-10 is the smaller unit so that is a down side. The BD-11a is the more desirable out of the BD series. And the X-1a is the highest boost capable of the Powerdynes but they didn't make many and they did have some issues with bearing failure. Hope this helps.


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