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your bud will have to machine the intake carb surface exactly parallel to the head surface. then make an adaptor to get the blower bolted on. make...
if it's working, leave it alone.
how light is your hotrod? what size tires in the back?
put a main girdle on it.
leave the block alone, it's fine the way it is and the lsa is great for the blower.
put a .700"+ lift roller in the 499".
I guess flow wasn't one of your best ideas.
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removing the filter will be loads of fun!
I highly recommend tossing the sheet metal valley pan and getting a cast aluminum or steel heavy duty one.also the ring gap should be around .035".
and some clown said to go and build a nitrous motor, duh.:wack:
I have a question? can you get 30psi of boost on gasoline or are you using alcohol?
dude lighten up a little, it has a gm alternator on it.
get the 512" kit like every one suggests. heads are going to have to flow big time because of the short rods so you might want to consider...
that chevy guy smoky yunick stated, select your stroke and piston compression height then use what ever rod length fits. so if that is true go for...
I use a 7.125" inch rod in my rb512" with the 4.250" crank. you won't be able to get that long a rod in your little "b" motor. use the longest rod...
that's to stiffen the hood.
you might have killed the strips with the smaller carbs by leaning it out. why did you do that anyway?
here ya go. why bother with all that other crap, time and money when you can just order one. the set -back plate is extra and doesn't come from...
ok, you had the verter speced for the 3.5 gear and changed to a 2.75, this changes everything about the verter, it's just not going to react the...
have one installed or do it yourself. one back fire could ruin the little 162.
that's what I was thinking too. blow thru carbs and a 6-71 don't play together real well.
very nice burn out!:sign12:
check out bds.
I wouldn't recommend a stock block for that thing.
is your hotrod going to be a street only deal? if so I wouldn't bother with it.
very nice set up. how the power?
the more boost the less gap.
those flexible ducts look a little weird. I think in real life that wouldn't work too good. those superchargers must be void of internal parts.