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    Default Blower size

    I am looking for recommendations of what size blower to put on my 408 small block.

    It currently has a stripped 671, on top of an intercooler. I am planning on getting rid of the intercooler, blower, and carbs and putting on something larger with fuel injection. Looking to make in excess of 1100hp on e-98.

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    Whipple R980

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    This should be fun!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    Whipple R980

    Could you recommend a larger one?
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    A std. rotor 14 full open bottom should work fine. there's a looot of them out there cheap $1000 range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piston in the wind View Post
    A std. rotor 14 full open bottom should work fine. there's a looot of them out there cheap $1000 range.
    So put a big girl on it and spin it slow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowboy View Post
    So put a big girl on it and spin it slow?
    yep or not spin that girl !!

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    PSI C-rotor...and spin it about 125 over.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowboy View Post
    I am looking for recommendations of what size blower to put on my 408 small block.

    It currently has a stripped 671, on top of an intercooler. I am planning on getting rid of the intercooler, blower, and carbs and putting on something larger with fuel injection. Looking to make in excess of 1100hp on e-98.

    Thoughts?
    small block thats a good idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdonShano View Post
    PSI C-rotor...and spin it about 125 over.......
    We have a d rotor and are having rcd make a 95 center flange to go 220% at 8500 crank speed built for $385 would rather have a C at 125 any day !!!!!!!!!

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    I have been looking at the PSI stuff.
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    what ignition are you running? might thing about dizzy clearance?

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    Crank trigger.
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