I'm thinking it would require alot more fuel pressure,
once it gets into boost, than if it's mounted above the supercharger.(normal atmospheric)
Last edited by JaayTeee; 11-18-2010 at 04:36 PM.
Thanks for the info and the answers,
my only hands on experience has been with
centrifugals/efi on drag cars and we always ran fuel after the blower
and never needed fuel to cool or seal the blowers even at 25+ psi/1000+hp.
Guess roots blowers are a whole other ballgame,
As for fuel injectors we used boost referenced regulators which
raised FP as boost went up keeping the flow from the injectors
Last edited by HTRDLNCN; 11-19-2010 at 10:14 AM.
Finally got around to taking some pics of the finished product. I hard coat anodized everything including the fuel rails, injector plates, carb adapter, etc. I'm pretty pleased with the way it came out. I didn't think it would look that good polished against a black blower.
This will also bolt right up to a roots blower or top entry Whipple, not just the PSI.
Looks good Eddie what power package is it going on/in?
Those turned out nice Eddie. I always amazed when I see the PSI blowers just how big they are.
I took the first one I got my hands on to play with and put it next to a 3.3 L Whipple. It was like comparing a Weind 177 to a 14-71. Just no comparison in size. (certainly not a knock against a 3.3 Whipple)
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