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Old 07-02-2010, 03:31 AM
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Holley makes a mechanical secondaries 600 cfm carb specifically for blowers, how would that work?
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http://www.holley.com/0-80592S.asp

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thats what you need but if you can get one with a higher cfm i would cause 600 isnt much at all,i would go 750 on a simi-stock motor. And look at what blower/supercharger you want.
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http://www.holley.com/0-80572S.asp Try this
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whao wait i forgot this is going on a 292 inline yeah 600 cfm will be plenty im sorry you were right. try this too http://www.holley.com/6500-1.asp
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Okay, what about the turbo from alaska list? would it work?
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honestly carbs and turbos ive never messed with but that is the carb you need with forced induction. i would check on the carb and see if it will withstand the pressure of a turbo that size.

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How much boost would i get with that turbo? I don't want to go above around 9-10 psi because I have the stock bottom end... around what rpm will it spool up at?
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One thought. I've had REALLY good luck with the WH1C turbo from a 12 valve cummins on a ford 302. Match made in heaven. Stock, the WH1C will do 16-18 psi, and the turbo has many CHEAP upgrades available. Even the rebuild kit is cheap (it's like 75 bucks).
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if you really want A turbo get one from a ford super coupe. i found one last week but some one already yanked the turbo. super coupes came turbo or supercharged.
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Turbo Coupes thru '88 had turbocharged 2.3 4 cyl. Super Coupes from '99 had supercharged 3.8 V-6 motors.
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dang. this thread died too... shame...
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wouldn't the 12 valve turbo spool up later? It's a 359ci engine compared to a 292ci, a 67 cubic inch difference...
Would the t4 turbo work?

I don't know much about turbos, so please clue me in...
What would a t4 actually be intended for?
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Who ever said this thread died?

Can a man go fishin?

Is that okay or do I have to get permission from you guys so you don't close my thread?
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wouldn't the 12 valve turbo spool up later? It's a 359ci engine compared to a 292ci, a 67 cubic inch difference...
Would the t4 turbo work?

I don't know much about turbos, so please clue me in...
What would a t4 actually be intended for?
wether its a T4, T3, T25, or even a T100 doesnt really tell you too much. it just tells you what flange is on the turbine housing. the things that do affect how a turbo spools and when it comes online would be the A/R of the two housings and the trim of the turbo. if u r serious about doing a turbo build i would buy a booko n turbocharging first and read through it. theres a lot to learn on the subject and it will show you how to properly size a turbo.
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One thought. I've had REALLY good luck with the WH1C turbo from a 12 valve cummins on a ford 302. Match made in heaven. Stock, the WH1C will do 16-18 psi, and the turbo has many CHEAP upgrades available. Even the rebuild kit is cheap (it's like 75 bucks).
I run the same combo on a 300cid 4cylinder. I will also add that a 500cfm Holley 2bbl will work perfectly with this combination. I actually run a 500 modified for alcohol, and jetted for gasoline on my engine. Holley is by far

If I were to pick for this engine I would go with an HY35 over the WH1C. It has updated wheels, and will spool faster. They are available very cheap on ebay.

Just make sure and stay away from chinese crap.

Any of these diesel turbos will require a different wastegate actuator so you can bring the boost down to 8-10 range. You will want it there to start tuning. You can run more on some combinations(I run 25psi with two stages of water and c114 fuel), but for a street engine 8-10 is pretty safe to start.

I am assuming you also understand how to setup fueling and timing control for an engine like this. If not, ask and we can discuss.
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