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Old 01-17-2006, 01:23 PM
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Have any 671-871 Blower & Intercooler pics?


Do any of you guys running a 671-871 Roots blower & intercooler setup on your car ,have any pics of the engine ,so we can get a suggestion on how to plumb the Intercooler?
Wer'e running a Shelby Alum. 427(462) Fuel-Injected,Blower, Stroker engine in our Prostreet Show car. This is our first blower engine and would like to get some good advise,from you pro's!
We already have the Griffin Rad., 16"x 32" using 20 AN fittings instead of the
standard Rad. hose. I ASSUME,that we will have to run a independent water pump (CSR) for the BDS blower setup!
Please help us with some pics if you would!
Thanks in advance!

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they have some pics on www.blowerdriveservice.com
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You can also check out www.theblowershop.com I don;t see why you would need a seperate water pump though. The roots intercoolers are not going to give as dramatic of an effect as a turbo or centrif, intercools. If this is a show car why bother with an intercooler?
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I would drill and tap or use an existing bypass off of the water pump to the intercooler and dump back into the radiator.

The optimum thing to do is the intercooler using it's own water system completely.
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