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Old 12-04-2011, 08:43 PM
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Procharged 350

I found a p1sc procharger with intercooler on Craigslist for a great deal. If I were too take a mostly stock 350 maybe with an intake and cam would 400 hp be possible using this system?

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anyone know?
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Old 12-06-2011, 04:37 AM
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procharging a stock 350...........NO
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Go to Prochargers website and look up minimum engine modification requirements.....short answer No. It drives me crazy when my freinds bolt on a modidication and are suprized when their motor grenades (I.E. 400hp nitrous fogger) on their stock 305 camaro or 302 mustang. Horsepower costs real money and it pays to do it right, trust me I learned it the hard way
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That supercharger is good for over 800hp. It's way overkill. Gap your rings, keep the rpm reasonable. 400hp will be easy. Get carried away, blow it up, build it stronger the next time.

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