Will, did you increase the actual size of the outlet? Or did you just smooth out those sharp corners?
Did you notice any sound difference now that you have your car back together? Ported blower usually = louder whine.
TA, I was very clearly and specifically warned by Eaton and Magnusson not to increse the size of the port, so I just cleaned up the casting edges, then chamfered and blended all the 90° corners to rounded 45° corners. Just to smooth out the outlet air path and cut down on heat on those exposed edges. I didn't touch the two 'tuning' outlets for noise. That'* the sole purpose of those buggers. No additional whine (thank god, it'* bad enough now).
What I did was slightly increase the Eaton'* ability to get the air into the LIM, and put it in there at a slightly lower temp. This was done primarily to back up the ported TB and LIM ports.
Oh ok, I didn't think you increased the actual outlet size any, but I figured I'd ask anyway. All this inability to modify things I want on this car is getting to me. No */c porting, no intercooling. I'm about the gut the */c and procharge it instead.
When I have time to finish it. It won't be available for purchase, but the CNC Cad files will be readily available, as well as detailed instructions for the plate, heat exchanger, pump (yes, a pump), alternator bracket adapter and fuel rail modifications. Should be ready by spring.
FYI, about half the features I cleaned up and ported on my 93 SC are already existing in the casting for the 95 SC I'm rebuilding. I only had to do about half the work as before. It appears that Eaton realized the problems with sharp edges and 90° turns, and fixed some of the issues.