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Old 01-18-2012, 06:28 AM
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This one guy sets the injector. Photo are not mine.

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Comrade, don't waste your time altering the manifold, just install a turbocharger and your engine will come alive big time, even with the small stock carburator, dont grind or file anything, just tune the carb and the ignition for the new boost pressurized engine.

do you guys have in Russia the Mercedes Benz diesel OM352 engines? you can use the turbocharger from this engine, it's the perfect size for most small block V8's and at least here is very cheap $450. if not, use any turbo from a Kamaz diesel truck.
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Hehe. The crowds start to move.

It was me long time ago to start that topic on the PackardInfo website.

So I thought, some one has to offer off-shelf parts for that ZMZ V8 (truck series) engine. Let it be me then.
Few years ago I felt into developing suitable performance parts. And hopefully, I'll offer some of these pretty soon.

One of the main parts to go is a 2/4-bbl american carb intake manifold.
I'll be doing some prototypes soon, then I'll discuss the design with the aluminum casting factory to maintain lower costs.

P.S. I'm also developing a range of billet cams along with Steve from LSM Engineering from Michigan. Yup! Those who are in the scene know his stuff better than me. First bunch of stock-parts-friendly lumpy cams should be ready this winter. Figuring out cam profiles now...
Also I'm doing a kit on liners to switch to SBC stock 4 in bore pistons, because the head chambers were designed to work with 102 mm bore. In stock form it has a 92 mm bore and intake valve would interfere the liner at about 14 mm lift (0.551 in). But people usually shave off 2 mm, so it's only 12 mm (0.472 in) of ideal lift left! Which is no good, because you have to do some gaps, "what if" and etc. The 4 in bore would let the valves breathe freely.
Recently, it started as a Darton MID-stlye sleeves, but I had to design the sleeves myself, because Darton guys weren't willing much to help without seeing an actual engine. So now it's my standalone design, with top&bottom fixture and low price, plus some optional features.
P.P.S. Not trying to trade here, just sharing some information about my progress.

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