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Old 08-17-2005, 19:29   #1 (permalink)
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Any suggestions for a 302 blown with a wiend 174 blower?

G'day all,

Has anyone trodden down the path of a blown windsor with weind 174 supercharger?

I have recently purchased a new weind 174, World Products 200 heads, Terra Yella roller rockers and am now looking at what pistons to run. I.e. does anyone know what the maximum boost I could run on a windsor with such a set up? What about expected horsepower and torque? Has anyone run one of these who knows roughly what to expect?

I will be buying new pistons so low comp are not out of the question.

Thanks in advance,

Dan
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Old 08-18-2005, 09:31   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Any suggestions for a 302 blown with a wiend 174 blower?

I wouldn't run more than 450 / 500 max with blower...Blowers put more stress on block....351W can go as high as 650 / 700 h.p
depending on breathing etc I'd say 10 / 15 Lb....
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Old 08-21-2005, 16:40   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Any suggestions for a 302 blown with a wiend 174 blower?

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I wouldn't run more than 450 / 500 max with blower...Blowers put more stress on block....351W can go as high as 650 / 700 h.p
depending on breathing etc I'd say 10 / 15 Lb....
Thanks for that ebxr8. I was planning for around 450 - 500 hp anyway. I was thinking that this would be much more of a streetable motor than one built on natural aspiration. Plus a NA motor would never make the torque that a blown one could!

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Re: Any suggestions for a 302 blown with a wiend 174 blower?

YES and lower rpm too..Well lower usable rpm the rest is up to driver...
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