super charger

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  1. patrick hubbard

    patrick hubbard SHO Member

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    I'm wanting a super charger setup like Carter fuji had. was it a one off or was more made
     
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    There's room for a procharger. Delete the ac pump also. Pretty simple setup just need mounted on the drive. Probably need larger jectors and a tune to go along with it.
     
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    Bump on the procharger. Though You'd probably gey away with just moving the water resevoir to the battery location. Route through the front with intercooler back over to driver side intake.
     
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    Yeah.

    I did that once, too. Thing had a wicked whistle.

    This is Mike B's 1997 with a Procharger P1SC in reverse snail rotation. 4" pulley, made about 15# of boost if I recall.
    Single extra long serpentine belt and we were able to keep the Air Conditioning.

    I think this car is now in Doug's back lot down in the Atlanta area.

    EngineBay.jpg

    Carter's setup with the jackshaft under the front of the motor was the only one like that I knew was ever actually run.

    I also remember tales of more than one of those setups being made as a kit. Not sure where it/they ended up
     
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    I recall one where the shaft ran through the rear, but can't find any pictures.
     
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    Now that I look at it, looks like the accumulator was removed. So no A/C or was it rerouted?
     
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    Still there, just dropped it a bit. Air filter is under passengers fender with it. Was very crowded under there
     
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    Same. Never saw a second one although it was roumored to be a kit. What was Mick's setup? Roots or snail sc setup? I forget.
     
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    Mick's was a roots setup. Very similar layout to SHO R T S. Eaton M90 over the rear head.

    The mists of time reveal some fellow named Brad out of the Cincy area had something to do with that Carter-Style jackshaft kit.
     
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