It’s about that time

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  1. TheGrateRonzini

    TheGrateRonzini FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    E73E5E46-B857-4CA8-893E-A1760893D948.jpeg 4C87E8BB-B254-4197-9A85-7E855E9267BC.jpeg Soooo, I got a 671 core at carlisle, along with a 2x4 offy intake for my 400, or for that matter any B block that I may come across. I’ve done quite a bit of research on rebuilding the sucker and it doesn’t seem to be outside the realm of possibility. A good friend at the machine shop that will stay after for a 30 rack helps a ton. Anyway, at this point a B block blower manifold is pretty expensive. Especially since most of them need to be made anyway. Anybody have experience fabbing the mani? Purchasing a dust collector not out of the question either. I don’t know if anyone here has converted the diesel blower to gas or not. It seems pretty straightforward with what i have gathered. I have about 8.2:1 comp and a 110 centerline on my cam. I feel even at low boost, and two 750’s I can really get her moving. I figure my mild build will hold up. Might change out rods,and at least bolts. Yes I realize I may only save 1000$ on doing it myself. I would rather collect the parts and play. And with no real time frame, I can gather ideas
     
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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 it a setback back type and use a longer drive snout. you can buy a 2-4 barrel carb adaptor or buy one.
       
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        I looked at that same blower core at Carlisle, the price was right on it. I almost bought it.
         
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        There was 2! I scooped mine quick
         
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        I only seen one, the rotors looked rough.