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05-08-2006, 08:05 AM
alright, i gota lota ? to ask. i have a 4 bolt 350. i want a supercharger. I have stage 2 summit conn.rods. and keithblack hypo. pistons. ? 1 will the pistons work with supercharger or do i have to have forged. the heads are trick flow 74cc. a total of 9.2 to 1 comp. ? 2 i have a 292 cam by crane that came with the head set i bought is this to big for a supercharger. oh yea by the way im looking at the 177 weiand supercharger. ? 3 is i have an elec. water pump how hard to get a kit to belt all the stuff under the hood. alternator, power stearing, supercharger, and maby the ac. well i guess ill just start with these few ? and find out the other ? as we go
thanks for youal time and effort
aka one who spells bad
05-10-2006, 06:10 PM
i know what you are going through. had the same questions i have a v2 blower on my 95 the way it runs is it does not touch the water pump has a seperate crank pulley that fits into the crank pulley you have now and there is a idler pulley built on to the supercharger bracket and it does not touch the water pump. as for the rest of your questions i have no clue. hope this helps however.
05-10-2006, 07:02 PM
This isn't exactly my area of expertise but I can try and help. Running a blower usually lets you run a larger cam than a naturally aspireated engine could handle, so depending on what you want to do with the truck I don't think it will be to large. The compression seems a little on the high side, I believe superchargers normally run around 8.5 to as low as 7.5. It should work a long as you keep the boost down. I have no idea to whether the hypo's are strong enough. I'm sure some1 more knowledgeable with step in but and better answer your questions but I figured I'd give it a try. Goodluck
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