03-08-2009, 02:58 PM
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Sorry, but I don't think, your plans will work out at all.
1. Running the supercharger unsuperchargerd: you need the biggest possible diameter as a bypass with good flow characteristics. The BOVs and recirculating bypasses are NOT big enough.
2. the overall idea:
You want to keep the clutch, but you want to use the existing 4-rib belt of the powersteering, don't you?
This means you only have a 1.3 :1 pulley ratio, this is way to less to make power. It could even be that there is LESS air moved by the supercharger than what is needed by theengine, meaning you are losing power!
So you have three choices:
ditch the clutch and get a smaller charger pulley
get a crank cover overlay
mount an additional crank pulley.
But nevertheless, I'm betting that you'll blow your motor during the first 200 miles...
Do you plan installing a wideband O2 Sensor?
Last edited by RacingGreen; 03-08-2009 at 03:55 PM.