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Old 01-25-2014, 10:33 PM   #16
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Default Re: What blower should I run Part 1 and 2

Have any good info for the older D2, D3's? How about the M series that occasionally gets ran on cars?
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:30 AM   #17
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Default Re: What blower should I run Part 1 and 2

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Great info, thank you so much. I been searching for this information. I plan on converting to a blower setup on my 408.. Would like to run some 8s but be streetable. I plan on using E-85 since my compression is already around 11.8! So I am looking for a F1 or a YSi trim.
Be SURE that the stripping is conducive to running E-85 and Gas and NOT an alcohol stripped Blower. The biggest mistakes are made from lack of education of what blower works with what engine. So lets assume that the blower is the air compressor and the engine is the air tank. Just as you wouldn't put a 7 HP Compressor with a 5 gallon air tank, you would not put a 14-71 on a 350 cu in engine or a 6-71 on a 565 cu in engine. Stripping or non stripped is a HUGE consideration. Too tight, and it will overheat all the time. too loose, and it will by pass air instead of pushing the air ( air=boost)
I'll help anybody with a setup [email protected] Mike
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