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Old 11-15-2004, 05:57   #1 (permalink)
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Air pump of a F100/mustang as a vacuum pump

Just wondering if anyone has heard of or put a air pump of a F100 or mustang as a vacuum pump on a N/A engine for the increase in HP and not to run the brakes
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Re: Air pump of a F100/mustang as a vacuum pump

To do what?
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Re: Air pump of a F100/mustang as a vacuum pump

To make vacuum in crankcase so rings seal better and less windage on crank.It has been asked and tried on Corral.The general consensus was it wasn't big enough.Some of them don't like oil through them either so a good oil seperator would be required..Moroso make a pump but around $800.00 Some Jap cars have electric vacuum pumps that can be switched when engine is on boost etc..On blown or turbo engine...

Here's a Moroso on V6 Ford..http://www.corral.net/forums/showthr...t=vacuum+pumps
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Re: Air pump of a F100/mustang as a vacuum pump

Oh that. I toyed with crankcase evacuation and got hold of a Toyota 5M pump coupled to an oil seperator, but nver got around to putting it in.
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Re: Air pump of a F100/mustang as a vacuum pump

you could split a junk yard turbo ,seal off the exhaust side weld some brackets ,run an oil line to it,put on a double or wide belt and you got a poor mans supercharger.expect high intake air temp though.
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