16v Twin screw

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21 Sep 2010 20:43 #1201 by Ducman82
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They really need this kind of kit....

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04 Oct 2010 14:46 #1504 by 911tracker85
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I have been wondering why there is not one. I"ll be watching.

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04 Oct 2010 14:52 #1505 by srshaw3
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The developer of the 32v kit was going to get to this eventually, as I understood. I don't know that the 32v kit is readily available. Last I knew there was a backlog of orders.

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04 Oct 2010 17:48 #1513 by OBehave
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I spoke with him this weekend as a matter of fact, and if all goes well the back orders will be taken care of as well as rejuvination of the 16 valve kit.Stay tuned, details to follow.....

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04 Oct 2010 19:42 #1518 by srshaw3
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I spoke with him this weekend as a matter of fact, and if all goes well the back orders will be taken care of as well as rejuvination of the 16 valve kit.Stay tuned, details to follow.....


That is great for all concerned. Will you be helping out?

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05 Oct 2010 07:51 #1524 by OBehave
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That is great for all concerned. Will you be helping out?


That was my offer and we both seem to be on the same page.I want to build,he wants to sell.Let's see where we go in the next few weeks. Ed

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05 Oct 2010 08:15 #1526 by srshaw3
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That was my offer and we both seem to be on the same page.I want to build,he wants to sell.Let's see where we go in the next few weeks. Ed


That would be great, David would have a 928 fanatic with an already demonstrated high quality product to rely on. I hope it works out well for both of you!

So, the Frenzy was a great event, at least for this!

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05 Oct 2010 09:55 #1529 by 928mac
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Why not just use Centrifugal superchargers
www.google.ca/images?client=safari&rls=e...wAw&biw=1425&bih=726


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Or Bolt bolt this little pressure monster on

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05 Oct 2010 10:21 #1530 by Kiln_Red
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Ed, I want a couple of your revised water pumps. One for the '86 we have and one for my '84 also. Obviously, I'm not concerned about bending valves on the '84 but it would still be nice to have the added insurance that the block wouldn't be damaged by the impeller if such a failure occurred. How common is the impeller damage anyway?

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05 Oct 2010 10:24 #1532 by srshaw3
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Why not just use Centrifugal superchargers


I think some drivers prefer the lower rpm boost advantage of the twin screw.

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05 Oct 2010 10:43 #1535 by 928mac
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I think some drivers prefer the lower rpm boost advantage of the twin screw.


Will not a larger pulley on the crank and a smaller one on the blower help?
I have never played with SC that much.

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05 Oct 2010 10:52 #1537 by srshaw3
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I think that would help a bit, but it will take away from the top end also.

Generally twin screw loses something at the top end and centrifugal gives up something at the bottom end, from my understanding.

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05 Oct 2010 11:25 #1539 by 928mac
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I think some drivers prefer the lower rpm boost advantage of the twin screw.



OK I am going to be silly now.

How about TWO


HU HU HU now there's a heee MAN set of HOOTERS

more money then
I Got

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06 Oct 2010 16:59 #1570 by OBehave
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Brad, the 2 superchargers in that first pic on the T-Bucket street rod are Roots type blowers.They are the fore fathers of the twin screw. The second pic is a centrifugal supercharger.Just an fyi. Ed

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