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Old 08-06-2010, 03:37 PM
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sbc and bbc blower help needed ASAP

hi i have the opertunity to buy two PM-2 blowers one for a bbc and one for a sbc, price is 350 each,first off are pm blowers anygood and how much boost am i looking at, looking to bolt one up to a 350 and one to a 427 talldeck, also is this a good price, where can u buy them new any links would be great, thanks

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Well I guess no one is willing to ask you...so I will, whats a PM-2 blower?
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to be honest i aint got a clue and can find it anywhere, the guy said the brand was bonelite????? any help would be great,thanks
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it might just be me, but if the price is to good to be true especially when youre looking at something that should be made with quality like a blower, maybe its too good to be true?? i have never heard of that type of blower before..
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hi i have the opertunity to buy two PM-2 blowers one for a bbc and one for a sbc, price is 350 each,first off are pm blowers anygood and how much boost am i looking at, looking to bolt one up to a 350 and one to a 427 talldeck, also is this a good price, where can u buy them new any links would be great, thanks
Dont buy anything without seeing if it works and works properly.
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the guy said the brand was bonelite?????
Yeah- you get boned and your wallet gets lite.
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Man this is sad....and no offence to you "Mr. Dude" but its obvious that you're still kinda new at this engine stuff...right?? I know this is a REAL stretch but did the guy say Homelite, like in Homelite leaf BLOWER...for your garden? Is this someone you know or something you saw on the internet? Me thinks someone is trying to run a game on you.

Theres not a blower/supercharger anywhere that you can buy for $350 unless it's totally thrashed. You need to do a LOT!!!! of reading and research before you even think about doing a stock rebuild let alone a forced induction set up.
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I know this is a REAL stretch but did the guy say Homelite, like in Homelite leaf BLOWER...for your garden?
I spent a couple minutes pondering why "bonelite" sort of rang a bell, but gave up. But that's what was nagging the back of my mind. I'll bet you hit the nail on the head w/"Homelite". But that's a LOT of money for a leaf blower- even one rigged up to blow through a carb instead of blowing leaves! lol
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Hey pardner, you and I both know that stranger things have happened. There's always someone out there looking for a sucker!! I mean I paid $375 ea. for my twin 18 v. KB/Mondello/Granatelli/Ed Pink/Landy...Homelite Blowers hooked up to my 97's on the old flat motor. The "Guy" said it would put out 600 hp!! ... I just get tired of changing the damn batteries all the time.
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