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Old 09-28-2005, 09:58   #1 (permalink)
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Super-/Turbo-charger on a Carburetor

I've been planning to build a 408 stroker, but lately, I've been considering keeping it as a 351W and turbocharging or supercharging it. I'd rather not switch it to EFI to save the hassle, but does anyone know where I could locate parts to turbocharge or supercharge a 351? Kits are everywhere for 302s, but not 351s. Any links?
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Re: Super-/Turbo-charger on a Carburetor

Closer to home..
http://www.turbomustangs.com/turbokitpage.php

Or this section...More than enough info
http://www.turbomustangs.com/forums/...?s=&forumid=13

Here for carb conversions...Hats etc.. O/K ?
http://www.superiorairflow.com/extreme_velocity.htm
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I'm at work right now, but I'll check those sites later. Thanks a lot!
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Re: Super-/Turbo-charger on a Carburetor

I've been looking and searching information for the same project you are working on. You can also check the article in October's issue of CarCraft magazine http://www.carcraft.com that is dedicated to carburated blow-through systems, very good article.

I would also check http://www.procharger.com
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Re: Super-/Turbo-charger on a Carburetor

Thanks for the links, but I have a feeling I'm going to keep the EFI 302 in it for MPG purposes and just do what I can to get the most budgeted power out of the sedan-firing-order 302. (Researching what it would take to switch to HO firing order, but would also require an entire mass air assembly and new cam...)

Then later, for power, I'll just get a Mustang (coupe, convertible, or T-tops) and put as strong of a naturally-aspirated engine as the chassis will support, depending on which model I get.

Do keep us updated on your build, though, because I am sure a N/A motor won't satisfy me forever...
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