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Old 02-15-2015, 03:17 AM
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I have been looking at centrifugal superchargers and have arrived on procharger. I am considering buying a 6 PSI LT1 kit and having a local machine shop fabricate new mount and pulley if need be. Lay some knowledge down on me if you got some
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Old 02-15-2015, 01:03 PM
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what are you looking at as far as tuning?
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Old 02-15-2015, 03:34 PM
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by tuning you mean the computer? If so then nothing if i can get away with it lol
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but i do plan on doing some port & polish work & comp cam 260H prior to supercharger
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... even with the cam you should tune, with the s/c you're ganna break something if you don't tune.

If you don't tune, its almost positively going to go lean and cause major issues

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I was looking at different injectors and largest i can find is 24lb. with a bigger cam, port & polish plus S/C would that suffice?
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You need to tune for the bigger injectors too man, they're not like jets for a carb where you can just toss in bigger ones and be good enough to run around for a while.

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24# injectors are no where near enough for a procharger.

I'm running 36# and might have to jump up to a higher flow. I'm thinking of just doing 60# and scaling down for what I need.

Tune is 100% required or you will blow that block right out of that engine.

I've been messing with my set up for almost 2 years now, and it's still not 100%.
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ok so if i need 60lb what kind do i need? will bosch 60# work
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My build is on a 3800, so you might not need 60#, I just know for a fact the 24s won't be enough, because I started with stock 22# and was maxed out within 1 pound of boost haha
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