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Old 06-20-2012, 03:33 PM
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Rear rotor bearings 4-71 supercharger

Hello everybody
Haven't been on this forum for a long time and lost my password and email
And had to make a new account my last name was Roy383ci..

Here we go I bought a rebuild 471 from a company here in holland
They went over to another type of diesel engines and could not use this 471
Any more the had it on stock for there Detroit diesels..

Now I want to make it work on my Malibu 305ho lol
It has to be a budget build going to make my own intake manifold,metall rings for the bearing bosses etc etc
I can machine all the parts on my work..

The 471 is a rebuild unit for a diesel so all is new and clean
My question is do I only need new rear bearing the closed types with grease in them?

I only won't 6 or 7 psi max from the 471
The car runs on lpg with an Impco 425 system

Right now aim building an eaton m90 on my 305 made all the brackets and
Pulleys etc I only need to make a carb hat for it and then I can bolt it on
It's blow trough system on my Impco 425.. It wil have 4 psi on my calculations and the belt (multi belt Volvo) is driven from the water pump

I will post pics if u want to it was a very easy and cheap fun build

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Old 06-20-2012, 04:18 PM
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The thread starts with front rotor bearings but I meen the rear rotor bearings..don't know how I can change it sorry
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