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[Alloytec] Eaton M90 on VZ Exec

Discussion in 'V6 Development And Modification' started by 202injected, May 7, 2012.

  1. 202injected

    202injected Quality Engine Builder

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    I am currently putting to paper the concept of strapping an Eaton M90 blower onto my Alloytec.

    not looking for high boost or a million killerwasps, just a bit more punch and pulling power. The style that only a rootes type charger can supply.

    basically looking for opinions and possible stumbling points for boosting such a highly strung engine.

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    is there someone out there grinding cams? ( i have the software to design it)

    how much boost can I put in before I need to adjust the compression?

    is there forged or hypereutetic pistons available somewhere?

    If all is good i might build a kit and make it available to all who want it
     
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    BIG-EV Project VT (In Progress)

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    Screw a M90

    Whipple 1900 Twin Screw :) same size but more top end :)

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    Who did that set up?
    I've never seen a valley charger on an alloy..
     
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    I would love to know where you got to on this. I have the same idea but not much of a clue on how to do it
     
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    _R_J_K_ Well-Known Member

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    IT doesn't necessarily have to sit in the valley. Fabricate your own brackets and hang it of the side. Much easier and better for intercooling than using a plate intercooler.

    It's been done before, check out this RB30DET S15 with a screw charger hanging off the side: S15.3 Supercharged RB30 drift car
     
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    have fun fitting a side mount roots style blower on a v6, not exactly much space for overhang
     

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