There is no aluminum head. I believe that was his point. Nothing about boosted slants, just that someone has a great idea that may or may not go anywhere.
P.s., I don't think anyone has boosted an aluminum slant to prove what you stated.
Alternator is a 2000 Ford Taurus version, flipped and modified for the RH side.
A ford part on a mopar... Let the bashing begin!!! LOL
LOL... to be totally honest there is a reason for it... I did a poor job laying out the pulley alignment when I started. What happened was that I got so far into the original design, I found out that I had the pulley's waterpump set rearward too far. The standard mopar alternator was too thick and ended up hitting the front of the drivers side cylinder head! I had to search through boxes and boxes of alternators at the autoparts until I found a "thin" design that I could make work.
Like I said... my new kits will be "simplified" in a lot of ways.
As for timing on releasing these... I refuse to release these for sale until I have some test time on them. I will have the working prototype done pretty soon, but I can only do so much on the dyno. Since I live in Michigan, I need to let the snow clear before I can get some in-car testing done!!!
Chicken? What's wrong with icy streets, snow tires and 700hp?
All good with whatever alternator you put on it. I have a Camry alternator on one of my cars. You got to make stuff fit. Clean looking set up! Even better it's in the ugly package. :cheers:
How do you flip a LA/MAG manifold so it faces up and still bolts up? Swap forward yes, upside down...Not. Nice build, you including the blow through carb? What A/R is your suggested turbo, 1.03?With the exit facing the rear and pointed down, yes. But for the turbo you flip the manifold so the outlet faces the front and up, so you can run it to the turbo.
How do you flip a LA/MAG manifold so it faces up and still bolts up? Swap forward yes, upside down...Not. Nice build, you including the blow through carb? What A/R is your suggested turbo, 1.03?
You actually swap left hand to right hand, not upside down. So they face forward and down, not forward and up.
A/R depends on combo...defiantly not a one size fits all. The turbine wheel diameter is probably more crucial then the A/R for sure.