I was originally thinking NA then going to turbo a bit later, but now I may need to reconsider some NA static/compression ratios and consider a bolt-on supercharger.
Would this unit still work with the stock A/C compressor? I imagine the snout would be going where the stock compressor would go... that may be my only limiting factor. I guess relocating the compressor may be an option, though.
I've seen some interesting dyno videos of a supercharged Aussiespeed car, which made very little power (still substantially more than stock), but made over 400 lb/ft of torque at the wheels. It was likely a limitation of the head or the bottom-end build that kept the motor from spinning fast enough to make some significant top-end horsepower, but wondering if this is going to be a similar design.
Either way, I'll be watching!
1972 Plymouth Duster:
- 4-barrel intake w/ 500cfm carb
- split headers
- 2.25" dual exhaust
- digital ignition
- Viper Blue (and peeling
- black-out custom digital gauges