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    I have had my procharged 502 built for while now, but life had put it on hold. Finally got some new progress on it. I took off the MS2 I originally built for it and setup a better megasquirt product. I built a custom cam sync from junkyard parts and my msd distributor plug I was using before. Had a few issues I had to sort out and then found the intercooler was junk. I'll be back at it on Monday and will report back with some more info.


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    After building a custom cam sync deal similar to yours, I have acquired 2 of the MSD 8514's on e-bay, new and never run!
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    Yeah I've seen some of those for sale, but I've heard they were terribly unreliable and failed often, specifically with water intrusion, which is why they were discontinued. I passed on them for that reason.

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    It's e85 on with these pulleys. I have other pulleys that should only be in the 8-10lbs range and then it can be switched to pump gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    Yeah I've seen some of those for sale, but I've heard they were terribly unreliable and failed often, specifically with water intrusion, which is why they were discontinued. I passed on them for that reason.
    I will seal my MSD units and run all 3 on a distributor machine and check them out, at least I have backups!
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    Looks good Andrew. What are your expectations? cant wait to see how she does.
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    So much depends on how much boost it ends up making. When I talked to procharger many years ago, they said with my setup and pulleys it should make 16-18lbs of boost. By my calculations that boost should get it to around 1200hp or so. I'm not too worried about getting any more than that. It's going in a cruiser anyways!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    So much depends on how much boost it ends up making. When I talked to procharger many years ago, they said with my setup and pulleys it should make 16-18lbs of boost. By my calculations that boost should get it to around 1200hp or so. I'm not too worried about getting any more than that. It's going in a cruiser anyways!
    If it'll make that much boost I believe you should make your goal. Good Luck, and let us know how it does.
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    This blower can push 2200 cfm and 35psi. That's good for about 1600 hp. 1200hp at just under 20psi should be easy for the blower. Really have no desire for any more power than that though. Likely ill turn it down right away...as I planned to run low boost anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    I took off the MS2 I originally built for it and setup a better megasquirt product.
    Do tell. MS3 or what? What had you change?

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    Yeah it's an MS3, full sequential, 36-1 crank wheel, cam is a 50/50 hall effect trigger, ls1 coils, 135lb injectors.


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    Awesome. Where did you get that hall effect sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    Yeah it's an MS3, full sequential, 36-1 crank wheel, cam is a 50/50 hall effect trigger, ls1 coils, 135lb injectors.


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    Awesome hardware. Assuming this is for a boat - are you going to run full-time O2s in the boat (closed loop)?
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