Originally Posted by Rm360
Does the liquid cooling work under normal driving conditions as a added benefit to the inter cooler or only during high boost? If its only under high boost does the liquid get drawn by vacuum? Is the mammoth a 2.6 or a 2.8 liter ? I can't remember, and I'm also curious as to why you are switching from the vortech, sorry for all the questions, I have a kenne bell 2.1 I'm just really interested how the new set up works!!! Thanks!!!!
the liquid cooling feature runs all the time As does the intercooler.
it is the mammoth 2.8L, I asked if that was the largest kit they made and if they ever had plans of making a larger one and was to no.. so I got the right one
the reason I'm changing to a kenne bell is for;
1) the amazing sound it produces
2) the v-2 HO supercharger was maxed out (impeller speed) and can not even be compared to the mammoth, vortech does make the v-7 or even the v-20
however non are a positive displacement design.
3) the vortech v-2 and v-7 all need to be lubricated by the engine oil and drains back into the engine, if I have an option to share oil/metal from an issue i don't need a high $$ supercharger being ruined by a fatiguing engine component or vise versa
4) the new Shelby 1000 is using kenne bell, if they have faith in kenne bell I will too.
anyways those are the first thought to come to mind.
thank you for your interest, that is part of the reason I do this stuff.