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post #1 of 7 Old March 25th, 2013, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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What would you guess would happen by adding a supercharger?

If you've come across my other threads, you'll know that my Mach 1 is already built N/A. According to the previous owners dyno graph, the car was making 411 RWHP on Race Gas back in 2008. It should still be at that power level now. Off the top of my head, this is the work done to it:

Fully forged 5.0 stroker - 10:1 compression ratio
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I believe he said it was pushing a little above 390 RWHP on 93 octane. If I were to add a centrifugal supercharger to this setup, what sort of tq/hp levels would I expect?

I love that its pushing this much power N/A and if I EVER did a supercharger it would be in the far, far future...but sometimes I just like to daydream and I'm curious as to what would happen if I did it according to you guys that have the actual knowledge to predict such a thing.

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It would all depend on how much boost you run. One thing you would also want to keep in mind, with your compression ratio you would definitely want to go intercooled and use water/meth injection for safety.


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It would all depend on how much boost you run. One thing you would also want to keep in mind, with your compression ratio you would definitely want to go intercooled and use water/meth injection for safety.
Yeah, I would assume an intercooler in any case for this.

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I would bring it to a tuner now. See what it puts down on the Dyno to make sure.

If you put a blower on it at 10psi, I would think you would be mid 500's

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I would bring it to a tuner now. See what it puts down on the Dyno to make sure.

If you put a blower on it at 10psi, I would think you would be mid 500's
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I plan on taking it to a tuner soon. I gotta install the 4.10s and then get a 4-wheel alignment before I can do that though.

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I would run 3:73 not 4:10. You will hold in boost longer. I had 4:10 in my last one and like my 3:73 better now.

I think you will make 550 & 580 tq at least with a good blower setup and the right fuel.

Must do an intercooler and ensure that if the blower will be at 10psi on a stock block with X pulley you will need to pulley that lower since you have much more flow and an intercooler if you catch my drift. You may also want to do a blower grind cam.

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With 10psi i think you'd be 550 easy.

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