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Old 06-12-2013, 03:15 PM   #1
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Superchargers!!

Alright guys I'm looking to add a supercharger to my stang, currently have a built 306 with stock heads that are ported and polished. Just picked up some aluminum Dart 202 heads, planning on changing from my cobra intake or just get the lower ported and polished. This is going on a 92lx. What are your guys suggestions??

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Alright guys I'm looking to add a supercharger to my stang, currently have a built 306 with stock heads that are ported and polished. Just picked up some aluminum Dart 202 heads, planning on changing from my cobra intake or just get the lower ported and polished. This is going on a 92lx. What are your guys suggestions??

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No not stock block, it was built buy

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No not stock, was built buy a guy that builds sprint car engines here in Nebraska about 12 years ago. Block came from Michigan, have all the paperwork buried somewhere.
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No not stock block, it was built buy

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No not stock, was built buy a guy that builds sprint car engines here in Nebraska about 12 years ago. Block came from Michigan, have all the paperwork buried somewhere.
What kind of block is it an what are you looking to make for power?
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I'll try to find the paperwork tonight. In the process of yanking it out and going through everything. Would ultimately like to get around 500 HP. What suggestion do you have for intake??
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I'll try to find the paperwork tonight. In the process of yanking it out and going through everything. Would ultimately like to get around 500 HP. What suggestion do you have for intake??
I'm just going to say if it's a stock block an I mean the block itself the block is weak an 500+ rwhp seems to make them crack right down the lifter valley iv seen some with safe tunes a little over 500 but I wouldn't take a stock block that far if it's a boss or dart block then I would and if it is I would just port the lower an get a novi 2000 paxton supercharger because it can grow with your combo if you ever want to make more lol

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But iv been looking at turbo kits for my 306 but I'd probably only run 6 psi or so I still got a stock block so I don't really want to go over 450rwhp
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Paxton or vortech v trim
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For a stock block motor (which I'm sure it is) an S trim will be more than enough.
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For a stock block motor (which I'm sure it is) an S trim will be more than enough.
I thought he said the block wasn't stock. Not sure though.
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He said he has a built 306 but is not sure what the block is. Generally when you are not sure what block you have you have a stock block.
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He said he has a built 306 but is not sure what the block is. Generally when you are not sure what block you have you have a stock block.
Good point! Lol
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Or at least it's a safe bet to assume its a stock block!
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