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The carbs side by side on the front of the PSI impresses me as much as the polish job. Not many builders run them that way, but should be much superior to an in-line set up. Screw blowers like to be feed from the end of the rotors, and this is what you are doing with both carbs up front.

Talk to Patrick at Pro-Systems regarding the possible use of their SV1 carbs. They are reported to have great driveability and have tremendous flow in the larger versions.
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You should let me build a fuel injection system for it. This is one that I'm working on now.
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didnt some one mention spreading the discharge across the whole cooler to be efective on the secound post da hay but what do i know the polish looks cool
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didnt some one mention spreading the discharge across the whole cooler to be efective on the secound post da hay but what do i know the polish looks cool
Hey Jim, here were a couple answers that were given:

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Our core is 3.25" thick with the case inlet having a large radiused edge going to a 3/8" air travel space allowing the blower discharge to reach all parts of the core. Also, tube and fin allows the air to travel much better horizontally around the core than bar and plate.
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Regarding the deflector plate underneath the PSI, that has been a longstanding debate. Alot of people just use the the PSI adapter plate and the channels built into the bottom side of the blower, which is what your setup has (your adapter plate was welded to the top of your manifold). It also depends on how fast you spin the blower.
Also, at the engine builders discretion, they can put a deflector right beneath the outlet of the PSI or add any other air redistribution mechanisms that they wish to. The engine builder can also choose to cut out as much of the inlet area of the intercooler case (the integrated PSI adapter/distribution plate) as they so choose.

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Switching subjects from PSI's, I know this has been mentioned, but I just want to reiterate that these intercoolers are not just for PSI's. We also have models coming with inlets for other blowers. These coolers have a roots bolt pattern and can be made to accept any blower with a roots bolt pattern.

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[QUOTE=Coolerman;3272750]Hey Jim, here were a couple answers that were given:QUOTE]

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Sorry, I wasn't trying to be a smart azz to ya JIMKID, I had just missed responding to your first post. Hopefully my response answered your question.

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any ideas of costs for an intercooler for 1071's ?
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any ideas of costs for an intercooler for 1071's ?
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