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  1. Leanburn

    Leanburn Member

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    anyone here running a centrifugal style. This is the route I prefer to go but can’t seem to find anything that definitely boots in without bracket modifications.
     
  2. moparleo

    moparleo Well-Known Member

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    What engine size/car model ?
     
  3. Leanburn

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    I guess that would help.
    74 Cuda with 6.4
     
  4. moparleo

    moparleo Well-Known Member

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  5. Leanburn

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    I spoke with dave last week. No boosted builds in older chassis
     
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  7. Leanburn

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    U bet. Appreciate the effort.
     
  8. rolling_thunder

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    Every build I have seen with a Gen III and a centrifugal blower requires inner fender work - large amounts of it - all the kits are for an LX platform which has a wider engine bay - I looked into it but ultimately plan on a Kenne Bell huffer on my 6.1 ---

    Also having talked to the LX guys - be careful adding too much boost to the 6.4 - apparently they are fragile when it comes to boost unless you put in forged pistons.
     
  9. Leanburn

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    Ok. Thanks, I wasn’t sure if there was enough room or not. I have forged pistons with moved down top rings so I’m ready for boost.
     
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  10. Mrb3

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    Going with a whipple on my 6.4 in a 70 Cuda. Should be around 1000.
     
  11. MiHiHemi

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    Are the heads worked on also?
     
  12. Leanburn

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    Some mild port work and springs to match cam. That’s it.
     
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  13. Hemi2c

    Hemi2c Well-Known Member

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    Hi Mrb3
    I'm looking at a Yella Terra 2.4L whipple on a 6.1, will use forged rods and pistons.

    I'm hoping its all going to fit under the hood, has anyone tried?

    "Oh yeh 73 Cuda"

    Thanks
    Al
     
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    rolling_thunder Well-Known Member

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    I am not 100% sure - but you can probably compare the height between the whipple and the stock 6.1L intake - we know the 6.1L intake fits under the hood and i'm sure Whipple would make their supercharger to fit where the stock intake fit ---