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Old 06-11-2009, 12:05 PM   #1
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M62 supercharger on a chevy v8 350????????

I have an M62 supercharger from a 3800 v6. I know it puts out about 1000 cfm and the carb I have for the 350 is 600 cfm. So I figured I'd still get some boost from it. I picked the supercharger up for $35.00 so I'd like to use it on something I have. I know it will take some fabing to get it to work with the motor but thats fine. Also how do I controll the extra fuel that is needed? Should I use a rising fuel pressure regulator? I'm not sure how superchargers work with carburators.

How much power if any would I gain from a stock 350? WOuld this work at all? any help would be great.

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Old 06-12-2009, 12:17 AM   #2
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Re: M62 supercharger on a chevy v8 350????????

24 hours and no reply. THis is a sad sight
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