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Old 06-22-2020, 11:12 PM
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I wanted to see if anyone had a solution. Have a 502 mpi installed procharger then went to put Imco powerflow exhaust on and since their taller above cylinder 1 it is hitting the procharger. Is there a simple solution I am just overlooking? Thank you.
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Old 06-23-2020, 06:51 AM
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How bad is it hitting? I had to take 1/3rd off my air horn on a M-3sc to get it to clear stainless marine 3s. Years ago I bought a set of eickerts, took them out of box, sent them back because wouldn't clear in a million years
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It is hitting pretty good, got about 1/2” of gap once it starts hitting the procharger till it seats with the head. I didn’t know if there was a bracket to move the procharger out a little or an easy way to get everything to fit without shaving a lot of metal away.
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It is hitting pretty good, got about 1/2” of gap once it starts hitting the procharger till it seats with the head. I didn’t know if there was a bracket to move the procharger out a little or an easy way to get everything to fit without shaving a lot of metal away.
do you still have air horn on it? Ive seen guys take that off completely and just hose clamp screen over inlet
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Might give IMCO a call. They are always helpful and probably have dealt with the issue before, so they may know of a solution for you. Maybe remove/loosen up the procharger, install manifolds and re mount the procharger? Just thinkin'.
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Old 06-24-2020, 09:13 AM
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Thank you for some suggestions. It is hitting bottom of procharger.

i will call IMCO and see if they have seen this. You may be 100% right loosen procharger get the exhaust to fit then re tighten. I will look at that. Thank you!
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