That's very pointless with most superchargers.ptracy26 said:
You can run a blow off valve on your SC to adjust the amount of boost you want to run.
A JRSC will run 6 psi which is not a ton of boost. They offer pulley upgrades that will push 8 psi.
A JRSC will run around $3K, figure around $500(varies by car and shop of course) for the install. JRSC is a Jackson Racing supercharger. They don't sell kits that are dangerous. So you could just get the kit installed and be on your way. We'll all have to wait to see about detonation on the S, but the base RSX will not have that problem due to the 9.8:1 comp. ratio(vs. 11.0:1 for the S). If detonation is a problem there are a couple of things you can do to make the engine operate safer. Among those are: lower compression pistons, water injection kits(sold by JR), J&S safegaurd(I don't know if it will work with VTC), along with proper tunning (standalone ECU or fuel controller)which is always good even if there is no detonation.