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Old 04-14-2012, 09:48 PM   #31
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If I had an aluminum welder, yea I might be able to do something. But, if I make a hole in the top of the existing supercharger, is that going to effect the performance of it??
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Dang, I'm not Boosty!!! Nowhere near him!!! LOL. I have owned a supercharger for what? A month now? I know very little of them.
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Cutting a hole in the top of the supercharger would be like giving it an extra outlet. You should run two or three M90s in the trunk with the air feed running to your other M90 in the engine bay!
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And just how would I drive 2 or 3 M90'* in my trunk?
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I'm not the expert. I just know you're not using your trunk space effectively.
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Nicely said!!
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I am a new member. Are these still available? I would love to buy one.
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We finally got more of these darn things made. After deciding to do our own castings (how hard can it be?), making the bricks for the casting furnace by hand, one by one, figurint out the sand mix, making a pattern, redoing the sand packing process, redoing the machining, redoing the finishing....

We actually made some parts!
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How much? Shoot me an email at [email protected]
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That is really fine work!
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