lolPardon me for saying... but wow... that is a really small blower... especially for a roots type.
Certainly unique... but I can't imagine it being very effective.
Here is a pic of my supercharged Rampage and the hood cutout I made. I had to trim a very small amount from the lip under the rubber seal on the top of the firewall, but not much. If you look at the side view you can barely see behind the carb where I cut out part of the lip under the rubber seal...nothing major.Do you have pics of the hood cutout and the firewall cutout? And even measurements if you could. If I have to cut the firewall I may be selling my setup.
I have a turbo hood and it looks like the grilled hole is close to where the carb sits, at least I was hoping.
Yup, that's the same one I now have up for auction :thumb:. I have it listed in the for sale section here too BTW. Nice SC setup, worked great for me. I'd be hard to find one that looks nicer that's for sure. Hope it finds a good home.There's another one on ebay good till June 1, 08. I already have one so I don't need it. Item number: 250251994633 Dodge B&M Supercharger. In fact I think it's the one from a couple posts back.
:O wait a sec, sooo you Can stack head gaskets??? Hmmmmm i wonder if i was to stack a couple head gaskets if i would be able to slap on my 16v 420a head on without cutting the pistons!!They also came with a shim to drop the compression of a stock N/A 2.2, but the early manuals said you could do this by stacking 2 head gaskets :thumb: