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Old 05-01-2007, 12:06 PM   #21
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just followed up your topic you have in your sig on the neon forum... looks like a great build.. good luck!
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Thanks ^

Anyone know If I need a press just to replace the seal in the nose-drive? I have acces to one, I was just curios. Like mentioned earlier I think I will be drilling and taping a dew fill hole and adding a drain hole.
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:29 PM   #23
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dude, just noticed your from Huntingdon, PA....damn that is not too far from me Over in Indiana, PA

nice project, keep the updates coming
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As nice as the M62 setup is, do you happen to know why the guy who makes those kits doesn't use an M90, whether it be a gen 3 or gen 5?
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As nice as the M62 setup is, do you happen to know why the guy who makes those kits doesn't use an M90, whether it be a gen 3 or gen 5?
Well he only made this one, Was sorta an just for the fun of it thing. Iam unaware of why he went with the M62 tho. Iam probly wrong on this, but I "thought" the M90 just had a longer snout.

What are the diff between all the eaton chargers? Iam still new to the world of eatons...
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Will Wren has the best write up on the differences between the eaton blowers the 3800s use!

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/tech/superchargers/
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Anyone know If I need a press just to replace the seal in the nose-drive? I have acces to one, I was just curios.

No, no press is requiered for the nose drive seal only the bearings need a press
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Best thing to use to press the seal is a large socket, but if you do that, make sure you oil the shaft and inner part of the seal first, so it doesn't drag and tear a lip off the inner seal. Then make sure your very large socket presses the seal in as far out as possible towards the rim.

A round block of wood with a hole drilled in it would be ideal.
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Does anyone have a technical diagram of the M90 gen3 or 5? i looked on the Eaton site and they have a diagram of their new TVS supercharger with measurements but none for the M90.
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That is an awesome build right there! I love the set up.
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