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Old 05-26-2005, 03:40 PM   #11
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our superchargers have a valve that keeps the pressure at a normal level until strong acceleration right? so i am bascially normally aspirated until i press the gas enough to see some boost....if i permanently stay in granny mode, then the supercharger isn't increasing compression?
Correct except for the fact that your compressions is less than an N/A L36 (L67 = 8.5:1 while N/A is 9.4:1) so your hp would be less. You can get the same affect by taking off your supercharger belt. You will be slower than an L36.
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wow...i had no idea we had less compression than an n/a without the */c. i always wondered that...i've been around here for a long time, but everyday i'm struck at how much stuff some of you guys have in your brains and memory! i try to keep up...it'* hard.
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How do you tell a Series I from a Series II? Was 95 and up all Series II?
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How do you tell a Series I from a Series II? Was 95 and up all Series II?

talking NA:
the Series one was used from 92-94.
the Series two was used from 95-05

talking */C
the series one was used from 92-95
the Series two was used from 96-03
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Ah, thanks!
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