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I found a F3 R-136 Procharger close by to my house and it is a reverse rotation unit.
Could I use one of these with success?
Can anyone explain reverse rotation with a procharger?
 

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it depends what direction you are rotating the drive, the compressor impeller needs to rotate in the correct direction to work
 

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Reverse rotation mounts like this at the front





Are they sucessuful....... well i dunno, watch this video.
 

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Reverse rotation are belt driven
 

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Reverse rotation is for a reverse belt drive. Generally mounted in the centre and up high on the engine.

Gear drive uses a standard rotation blower.

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Reverse rotation is for a reverse belt drive. Generally mounted in the centre and up high on the engine.

Gear drive uses a standard rotation blower.

Chris


So a meziere electric front Mount water pump won't work with this model procharger?
 

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So a meziere electric front Mount water pump won't work with this model procharger?
Use a remote mount water pump there's many ways to skin a cat look at the thread above with with pics of Prochargerd engines and get some ideas
 

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Use a remote mount water pump there's many ways to skin a cat look at the thread above with with pics of Prochargerd engines and get some ideas


I'm just trying to not have to start from scratch again and have to buy more parts then what I have now if I can help it.
 

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I'm just trying to not have to start from scratch again and have to buy more parts then what I have now if I can help it.
You're in for a ride. You might be able to reuse block, crank, heads, and maybe the rods depending upon what you got. Going f3 you'll probably find the limit of that 727 if it still has one. I would assume you're going EFI as well.
 

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You're in for a ride. You might be able to reuse block, crank, heads, and maybe the rods depending upon what you got. Going f3 you'll probably find the limit of that 727 if it still has one. I would assume you're going EFI as well.

No 727 in this build. I have a serious Rossler T400 and a new MW Aluminum driveshaft 4". Converter won't be correct now. I'll deal with that afterwards after Goodwin dynoes it.
New pistons, Rings, cam is a given. Block is indy aluminum, Callies crank and GRP Rods should be fine. I do have a set of new B1 Heads CNC'd possibly might use or keep the indy 572-13 cnc'd. Indy flow [email protected] now
 
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