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  • Supercharging a 351W with Serpentine front

    I have a carbed 393 in Tbird, and plan on adding a supercharger. It has the serpentine front, and nobody makes a kit for it that I can find. I will be removing my P/S pump, and was thinking of using a Renegade bracket to mount it. Anyone used one on a 351W? Pictures and information?
    I was told that both Vortech and Procharger had a Renegade setup. I do not plan on using a full kit, since they put out more boost than I want.

    This is my starting point.
    http://members.tccoa.com/392bird/supercharger.htm

    I am looking for about 12 psi boost, and will switch over to E85 also.

    Bruce
    1993 Thunderbird
    393 Stroker, Vortech YSi on E85
    Lentech Strip Terminator
    3.55 Detroit Locker
    http://members.tccoa.com/392bird

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    The S-Charger won't make Marvin very happy, unless you are going blow-thru carb set up.

    What do you mean "You missed me at Bowling Green" You are too old and your memory is failing. We talked while I was sitting in the line of cars, you were unloading the NMRA books. You didn't get to see my new 750 Q, a Marvin special. He was going to redo my original #1 but didn't have the heart to put new bowls and metering blocks on it.

    Mike Golliver-MCA Gold Card Judge Modifieds
    65 Kcode Coupe Retired MCA, Now a play car, 347, 4 speed,10.54@132.1
    66 Convertible, 3 dueces and a 5 speed on a 289
    01 GT Convertible
    05 F150 4X4 SuperCrew

    M&M #79 June 99

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kcode View Post
      The S-Charger won't make Marvin very happy, unless you are going blow-thru carb set up.

      What do you mean "You missed me at Bowling Green" You are too old and your memory is failing. We talked while I was sitting in the line of cars, you were unloading the NMRA books. You didn't get to see my new 750 Q, a Marvin special. He was going to redo my original #1 but didn't have the heart to put new bowls and metering blocks on it.
      I think you are correct on getting old. I remember now.

      It will be blow through....
      1993 Thunderbird
      393 Stroker, Vortech YSi on E85
      Lentech Strip Terminator
      3.55 Detroit Locker
      http://members.tccoa.com/392bird

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      • #4
        Here's what you need! :banana:

        IndyRacingScene.com

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        • #5
          Jerry-that won't work, it would take Bruce another year just to design another hood for the T-bird just to make it fit.:banana:

          Mike Golliver-MCA Gold Card Judge Modifieds
          65 Kcode Coupe Retired MCA, Now a play car, 347, 4 speed,10.54@132.1
          66 Convertible, 3 dueces and a 5 speed on a 289
          01 GT Convertible
          05 F150 4X4 SuperCrew

          M&M #79 June 99

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