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OK...so I puchased this blower set-up last year, at a swapmeet, to put on my SBC in my car. I'm not exactly Joe Mechanic, I know just enough to get in trouble. I had the motor built and I'm going to find help to mount the rest. Here's my problem (see photo) I'm thinking the Quill/shaft for the snout is not the right lenth. The guy I got the blower from said it was on a 454BB. I'm putting in on a 355sbc. I'm looking for ideas, do I need to find the correct shaft for this snout? Or Am I missing a part maybe this had a different snout?? Heck, I'm not sure, and any advice would be great!
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Old 03-18-2011, 09:24 AM
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I don't know enough about blowers yet to comment on this question. but this post will get the question back out on the board where hopefully someone will reply, as I'd like to know the answer myself.
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The last page here has Weiand's blower dimensions, there are some differences in BB and SB applications it looks like.
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