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Old 03-05-2003, 06:02 PM
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I'm looking into putting a supercharger on my 5.7L SB 350 T.B.I., does anyone know any other bolt on type superchargers other than the whipple? Is the whipple a good supercharger? I've never delt with superchargers before and dont know where to start

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Old 03-05-2003, 06:19 PM
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Why not use a pair? Check this out. Click on the picture of the silver t-bird. If that doesnt do it check out the history. There is a twin supercharger buildup that is very informative.

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the whippel charger is a good setup. so much that it is band from some racing classes. if you plan on running check the rules. it is better than a standard roots style charger.
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Wow, that twin t-bird is sweet, a little to much for my needs though i'm just trying to get a little more UMPH, out of my daily driver
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<a href="http://www.superchargersonline.com/" target="_blank">Almost everything you ever needed to know about superchargers and intercoolers</a> Also a good place to buy em. Will tell you the characeristics of each, roots, screw and centrifugal types. This was back when i did my autobody final on superchargers. They know have everything you need to know about em. But whipple's awesome but also one of the most expensive.
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Yeah, whipple looks like the way to go, the kit has everything you need and keeps a bit of a stock look to it, and i hear they are very quiet perfect for that sleeper action
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