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The Animal
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Core support modified for heat exchanger


Painted up


Made throttle cable bracket. I made one for rear too but have not installed yet.


Pinned Crank


ARP Bolt Installed




Throttle cable & belt installed




Its tight but does not hit




This is just what i have done so far. Still more to come.
 

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nice... ive been waiting for a pd blower install... Does your truck not have heat?
 

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The Animal
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Damn looks great!!.... Would you see a problem if someone did have a/c blower box?
 

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It looks like he has the heater core hooked up in these 2 pics, he could it have the hoses looped into each other as well
 

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sweet i wonder how much power that will put down now! nice setup!
 

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id say roughly 450... i think 112's are usually good for 70-80 wheel
 

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We should hope for more! Are pullies changable with the maggies?
 

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Are you running vette accessories? And is the blower also for a vette? Got a friend with a ctsv Maggie I'm thinking about trying.
 

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those are vette accessories, so im guessing hes using a vette maggie.
 

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The Animal
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How much room do you have in the back where the heater core is? I think Phil had to redesign his setup because of the jack shaft.
mine is a 1st gen so the heater hoses are under the heater box not over the intake so i have no issues with that.
 

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yea its a vette blower. Maggie claims 110 added hp but we will see lol.
 

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Looks great!
With the forward recessed radiator you definitely have more room in the front than on my install.

Couple of recommendations:

Make sure your fuel rails are connected to each other on both ends.
Make sure you have nice clean injectors
Use an Aeromotive stealth (or equivalent) fuel pump, hot wire it with oversized wires.
Double your grounds (everywhere)
Get Gauges: Fuel pressure, Boost and A/F ratio (quality gauges)
Depending on the mileage on your block, you might need an oil blowby catch can kit. (worth the money)
I can't remember which transmission you told me you were using, but beef it up.

The stock trans won't like that extra 100 ftlbs torque!

( I think we talked about some or all of these)

I'm running a 2.9" pulley right now and getting 10lbs boost (with a blower cam, long tubes and patriot stage 3 heads)
 
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