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Old 05-19-2010, 04:42 AM
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will this work on a sbc

I was going thru craigslist and came across this add. Should I get it for a future build, if so would it fit a sbc.

http://littlerock.craigslist.org/pts/1747571368.html

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Not going to fit unless you make your own custom manifold to put it on, and it isn't really big enough for anything bigger than 4.0 liters anyway.
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Old 05-19-2010, 04:56 AM
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just what I needed to know. Thanks
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I'v seen them on SBC's.. there is a place that makes a manifold that fits them, but $300 can buy a serviced/ rebuilt M90 off Ebay
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You would need a pair of M90 superchargers for a 350sbc.
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Blower

How well do you think that blower would do on a 215 olds aluminum V8. (3.5 L)
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How well do you think that blower would do on a 215 olds aluminum V8. (3.5 L)
Should fit in nicely with that size, the Buick Park Avenue was a 3.8 L engine.

You will definately have to build your own manifold.
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In the OEM application, that blower moves only air, so if you moved air/fuel through it, you would need to research to see if there are any parts (seals, bearings, etc.) that would be adversely affected by gasoline. Of course, you could use an air-only blow-through carb application like you might do with a turbo.
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