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eaton m112 blower sbc manifold?

i have heard and seen (websites) where people are using an eaton m112 blower on an old 350 sbc, some with efi and others with carbs.... does anyone make an intake to mount an eaton blower on a sbc or are they all fabricating them from junk. some say the Z06 were equipped (LS6) with the m112 yet ive seen someone selling an m112 that was on a traditional sbc without the intake. im sure i could weld up an adapter to a carb intake but id rather buy an intake made for fuel injection to mount the eaton m112 blower. anyone have some insight on how to use an OEM EATON blower on an SBC??? im sure some one could make a small fortune manufacturing a lower intake to mount OEM eaton blowers on to an SBC so why is it impossible to find ????

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sbc blower

hi,i would also be interested in the info,for using an eaton blower on a sbc,if you find the info,please post it here. thank you im boatbob2
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For a more wild SBc, I would almost think that you would need two of those little guys to push enough air. Could mount them side by side, a 90 deg. included angle between the two. Saw a guy do that with two 6-71's (I think mostly for show) and it looked WICKED. Everyone around was going crazy. Wish I had a pic of that . . .

If we had some specs on some OEM blowers, that would be interesting. There are lots of them out there - perhaps score some cheap and rebuild????

Oh there must be some info out there on people already doing this . . ,. surely we aren't the only ones.
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considering that an 03-04 mustang cobra was equipped with the m112 and factory rated at 385 HP on a 4.6 litre and can be pushed to 500 HP i think one would do plenty on a 350,,,, maybe some one should start manufacturing intake manifolds to adapt OEM eaton blowers to (insert your engine here) im sure they would make a killing. lets see buy an eaton blower off ebay for $300-$400 spend $200 on (insert manufacturer here) eaton blower manifold and smoke some rubber. i think it is time for someone to make the connection.....
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