Yeah! The problem with supercharging a carbureted/throttle-bodied engine is that you have to get the air-charge UNDER the fuel-source, since it's nearly impossible to seal it to the top of it!
Better decide what all you intend to change (like, I'd dump the 'lazy' 307- quick!) before you start trying to decide on a forced-induction method!
Two '94 LT1 Z's: one convertible, one super-charged coupe
the lazy 307 runs low 14s, I wanna get into the 12s an I have a 350 block I am doin this on as for compression, I have not rebuilt the motor, so obviosly low compression for forced induction, around 10.5:1 otherwise. Also, my uncle has been building motors for years an has built 3 turboed carb motors, I would get his help in that situation.
yeaH, i feel the same way, but I got the chance to ride in a Lingenfelter vette a couple weeks ago (the body shop I work at tinted his glass) an turbos on that car are amazing, of course anything I do cant equal that but I was def impressed
if you plan on force inducting it, DO NOT go 10.5:1 compression, you will either destroy the engine, or if your are running really low boost, you will have horrible fuel ping. try for around 8.5:1. 10.5:1 compression is barely able to run on premium pump gas. not suitable for boost. unless you plan on running say, nitro fuel or something ridiculous like that lol
Theres no replacement for displacement
-1986 Camaro Sport coupe
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