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    What do you guys think of these blowers? Pros and cons, good or bad? They sure have a nice looking finish on the billet cases. Thinking about purchasing a 10-71.

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    TBS 8-71 I like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper View Post
    TBS 8-71 I like it
    Very nice looking mill you got there Zipper, sweet boat too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amatosanger View Post
    Very nice looking mill you got there Zipper, sweet boat too.
    Thank's

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    Great company to work with. Have bought and installed alot of their products and they are always accomadating and supply a nice product. I highly suggest them, never had any problems with their blowers, one pro is all their marine stuff comes hard annodized, alot of other companies it is an option and more money, they do it standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper View Post
    TBS 8-71 I like it
    Very Clean, Very Nice

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    We like them !
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    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterGrin View Post
    Very Clean, Very Nice
    What kind of cooler is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amatosanger View Post
    Thinking about purchasing a 10-71.
    Why bother just go for the 14 and be done for good. Just my .02

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    Default Tbs

    I Love mine even though its just a 6-71. Everyone I know that has a blower ( they run great #'s and have way more money invested than me) has a Blower Shop. Not saying that you have to follow everyone else, but when there throwing that kind of money around..well I guess you get what you pay for. Not saying that the rest are bad just IMHO think TBS is the best..


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    This is a motor i built for a buddy of mine last year and i used a Blower Shop blower that is a delta port double stripped 871 and works very well.



    Im personally a Kuhl superchargers fan for my own ride.


    Another pic of a buddy of mine that uses a Blower shop blower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJD View Post
    Why bother just go for the 14 and be done for good. Just my .02
    Great looking mills you guys got there wizbang, SLACKER and DJD.
    I already have two v-drives with 14-71 Littlefield and a 10-71 Littlefield on our jet they make tons of boost and have been trouble free, very satisfied.
    I am looking towards a 10-71 Blower shop for our latest Sanger project river rat flat. Don't want to go too big on this one, cause I want to cruise the river with it and have a little fun!( not be high strung). I'm impressed by the finish on the Blower shop stuff, got to luv that bling bling ya Know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amatosanger View Post
    Great looking mills you guys got there wizbang, SLACKER and DJD.
    I already have two v-drives with 14-71 Littlefield and a 10-71 Littlefield on our jet they make tons of boost and have been trouble free, very satisfied.
    I am looking towards a 10-71 Blower shop for our latest Sanger project river rat flat. Don't want to go too big on this one, cause I want to cruise the river with it and have a little fun!( not be high strung). I'm impressed by the finish on the Blower shop stuff, got to luv that bling bling ya Know!
    10-4 gotta love Bling Bling.

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    What compression ratio and boost are you guys getting away with on pump gas? I'm picking out pistons and wondering how far I can push it with aluminum heads and an intercooler

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