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Old 02-11-2008, 08:18 PM
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Old 02-11-2008, 10:23 PM
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Anyone have pictures of this oblong hole that could be plugged. I am not about to just rip mine off to check everything out, but I would definitely be interested in having a professional do something with it
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Anyone have pictures of this oblong hole that could be plugged. I am not about to just rip mine off to check everything out, but I would definitely be interested in having a professional do something with it
Have you never seen a picture of the underside of a S/C???????
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the holes circled in red are the silencers
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This helps me out alot...ive heard i can run a 3 inch and not harm anything by just running colder plugs? Is this true. Im new to the SS/SC, so any info will help.
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thanks. I have taken the s/c off to put the 2.9 on but I didn't pay much attention the underneath of it. I was a little more focused at the task at hand
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This helps me out alot...ive heard i can run a 3 inch and not harm anything by just running colder plugs? Is this true. Im new to the SS/SC, so any info will help.
Research is your friend.

You don't NEED colder plugs... they are however, recommended.
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ok so this is what i did i still make 15psi of boost and its load and IATS are cooler but it take a few sec. longer to get to full boost... dont flame me to bad

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wow uhhh im not sure about that ^^^ i want to bump this up and see what other people have to say
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i know this is how ive had it on my 2.2 since day one....with the gm stage 2 .
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Old 02-14-2008, 09:26 AM
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If that's how you've had it on since day one, how do you know your IAT2's are cooler?
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wow, you ever heard of the saying less is more.
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ok so this is what i did i still make 15psi of boost and its load and IATS are cooler but it take a few sec. longer to get to full boost... dont flame me to bad

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His outlet temps are cooler because he's not making near as much boost..

and that things gotta leak something fierce! lol.

"Kids, DON"T try this at home"
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why do you say it has to leak somthing fierce.... yes i did loose like 2 1/2 pounds of boost becouse of this and it takes a little longer for me to make full boost.. but i was still riping stage 2 ss out of the hole and from a 40mph roll
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why do you say it has to leak somthing fierce.... yes i did loose like 2 1/2 pounds of boost becouse of this and it takes a little longer for me to make full boost.. but i was still riping stage 2 ss out of the hole and from a 40mph roll
That 2.5lbs of boost is leakage backward through your supercharger.. and thats also why it takes you longer to make full boost....

its also making it less efficient.. you could possibly make as much power from your engine.. but you have to spin it harder and it uses more energy for the same boost level.
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Originally Posted by yellowshowbalt View Post
ok so this is what i did i still make 15psi of boost and its load and IATS are cooler but it take a few sec. longer to get to full boost... dont flame me to bad

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Apart from welding the rotors together, this is probably the single most aggresive form of destroying a supercharger.

Please do not duplicate.
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this page is the funniest thing ive seen on the internet scince tunak tunak with english subtitles
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^^^^ No Kidding!
Here is a little more conservative Porting, Sorry don't have a Bottom shot but you can clearly see the Difference between this & the Pic above!


Here is a shot of the Inlet & Interior section!
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ok so this is what i did i still make 15psi of boost and its load and IATS are cooler but it take a few sec. longer to get to full boost... dont flame me to bad

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Ouch! R.I.P. to the supercharger!
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i never ported the scer and its ok .. btw i would like to do a swop with someone for some dyno runs...
meaning if theres a ss out the thats will in to do a base run with there charger then we will put on mine with the same pullys of corse and then run mine just to see the difference.. in boost and iat temps and so forth becouse i know that wasent the right way to do it but the sc that i have was broke in the corner where the triangle is and the little side port was so since it was broke i just cut the rest of it off so i could still use it.. i got the sc for 75.00 becouse it was broke the guy said he droped it and it hit something when it fell ... and he got a new one and i bought that one
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if it were me plugging the silencer holes, id make some plugs up that fit as tight as possible in those holes, press them in and then put the case in the oven at around 200 degrees for a while, then pull it out and only tack weld the ends of the plugs. the even heat and minimal welding should keep from distorting the case
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Originally Posted by yellowshowbalt View Post
ok so this is what i did i still make 15psi of boost and its load and IATS are cooler but it take a few sec. longer to get to full boost... dont flame me to bad

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