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Old 02-15-2008, 01:56 AM
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so, what's the best and safest way to plug those air leakage holes shut???
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Originally Posted by yellowshowbalt View Post
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
You pay for the Dyno Runs... and for the S/C Gasket... and I'll do it. Where you wanna dyno at? I recommend Slowmotion Motorsports in Columbus... but that might be a long drive for you. Cincinnati would probably be 1/2 for the two of us.
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OMFG!!! That's SC is looking pretty damn sorry!
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Old 02-19-2008, 05:45 PM
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Always wondered how much boost can be attained due to porting. Is it realy measurable (IE port vs smaller pully), or more like regular(NA) port/polish; where it's good practice to get the most out of other mods?

I have a feeling the answer is more in between.


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And for that guy hacking up that SC... say what you will but you gotta admit that's alot of boost for $75. I wouldn't be against cutting such corners on an old spare/play vehicle. Though it may need more of a warning caption under it so folks don't go doing such things to perfectly good blowers.
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you should loose boost, but increase cfm
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nice write up
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Originally Posted by lsjwannabe View Post
you should loose boost, but increase cfm
Not without headwork. Airflow and pressure are linear until you do top end modifications.
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Originally Posted by Witt View Post
Not without headwork. Airflow and pressure are linear until you do top end modifications.
or have a significantly better intercooler
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With this talk about JB weld or pressing in peices couldn't you just TIG weld in a plug? I wouldn't think the TIG would heat up enough to distort anything
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Originally Posted by formergto View Post
With this talk about JB weld or pressing in peices couldn't you just TIG weld in a plug? I wouldn't think the TIG would heat up enough to distort anything
TIG = Welding = heating metal to melting point = i shouldnt need to explain.
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I understand what you're saying but just spot welding with a TIG couldnt do that much damage could it?
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Old 03-05-2008, 11:34 PM
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nice write up.. this is what i am thinkin i am going to do. i love jb weld, i use it all the time at my job. i might get 2 flat 1/8 of in inch think and jv weld that to the leak ports.. that sound like it should hold up? i think it will but i never played around with a sc before.
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ha great, i can't wait to hear how much louder the supercharger is when they're plugged. mmmhhhahaaa more whine!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by TVS_SS View Post
TIG = Welding = heating metal to melting point = i shouldnt need to explain.
so what do you suggest we do if we want to plug those silencer holes? im interested in getting that done plus the port/polishing.
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A lot of Grand Prix guys have been telling me to use Quicksteel to seal the holes. I know 2 or 3 guys that run 2.55" pulleys on their Grand Prix's and have had no problems.
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And what is this quicksteel you're talking about?
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http://www.fuckinggoogleit.com/



I believe it to be this, but I am not 100% sure. I am waiting on a reply.

http://www.dual-star.com/index2/Serv...xy%20Putty.htm
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hey maybe you could use Mighty Putty! It can pull a semi and lift a cinderblock.
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Originally Posted by VeNoM0713 View Post
so what do you suggest we do if we want to plug those silencer holes? im interested in getting that done plus the port/polishing.
Find a raw casting.. weld them in.. reheat the aluminum to proper specs.. then machine the casting.


unfortunately nobody here will be able to do that. Beyond this, there is no "good" way of doing it, all methods are just band-aids.. although some methods are better than others

mighty putty.. lol
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Originally Posted by TVS_SS View Post
Find a raw casting.. weld them in.. reheat the aluminum to proper specs.. then machine the casting.


unfortunately nobody here will be able to do that. Beyond this, there is no "good" way of doing it, all methods are just band-aids.. although some methods are better than others

mighty putty.. lol
so basically.. if you dont do it the proper way, you risk messing up your s/c correct? so for the added sound its not even worth it.. that sucks

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I believe it to be this, but I am not 100% sure. I am waiting on a reply.

http://www.dual-star.com/index2/Serv...xy%20Putty.htm
hmm.. when you get a reply, let us know.. this looks promising.

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i dont plan on doing this but is there any way that the S/C reachs more than 500 for the max rating for the quiksteel
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Originally Posted by BLK SS/SC View Post
i dont plan on doing this but is there any way that the S/C reachs more than 500 for the max rating for the quiksteel
Are you for real?

500* is hotter than hell. Your S/C isn't going to see that... and if it does... You've got other things to worry about.

Like I said... the GP guys have been running theirs Quicksteeled with 2.55" pulleys for years now.
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Some quick steel pics. They are not mine.



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anyone done this yet, the pic looks good. trying to find someone on the gtp forums to talk to about it just to get more info before i do it.
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