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Old 08-10-2006, 12:28 PM   #11
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It does sound reasonable. The same thing applies to the Gen2 and Gen3 M62'*.
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Gen V'* move the same amount of air as a Gen 3 with 2 tenths smaller pulley size. A 3.4 on a Gen V is like a 3.2 on a Gen 3 in the amount of air moved however because the Gen V is spinning slower not only do you get the benefit of more air but its also cooler air so more boost with less knock.

You should start with a 3.6 on the gen v and headers. A car we just dyno'd with the same mods (nothing else) dynod 242 at the wheels for a 50whp gain with a 3.6 pulley!
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Whoa whoa whoa, just headers, gen V and a 3.6 gave 50 whp? Wow, no wonder those are a hot item.
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hope to be able to run a 3.3" on the street and possibly a 3.1 at the track with race gas.
With the Gen 5 and your mods, you should be able to run with these sizes.
I run a 3.1 on the street and a 2.9 at the track with race gas.
With the water injection I can run the 2.9 all the time.....and I am.

Where can we get one of those Gen V blowers
I've seen the ported ones offered at INTENSE.....but will they take a trade in on a Gen III The $700 core charge is
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hope to be able to run a 3.3" on the street and possibly a 3.1 at the track with race gas.
With the Gen 5 and your mods, you should be able to run with these sizes.
I run a 3.1 on the street and a 2.9 at the track with race gas.
With the water injection I can run the 2.9 all the time.....and I am.

Where can we get one of those Gen V blowers
I've seen the ported ones offered at INTENSE.....but will they take a trade in on a Gen III The $700 core charge is
Ed Morad, [email protected] or you can ask Oneil about the one he has had sitting at our shop for the past 6 months
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