Twin Superchargers

Ol racerOl racer Posts: 2,439Senior Contributor

FYI

Picture of the powerplant in a '51 Hornet Cpe with a unique set-up. Its bored with Isky Cam, Pertonix, 262 head, Headers, & twin superchargers. Its going to be a driver and not a racer. Its located out west and being built by Fred Haller

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  • GrimGreaserGrimGreaser Posts: 771Senior Contributor
    edited June 2018
  • Ol racerOl racer Posts: 2,439Senior Contributor
    Great Info.....Thanks for Sharing.
  • GrimGreaserGrimGreaser Posts: 771Senior Contributor
    Do you know what type are on the Hudson you shared? Those are different ..
  • Ol racerOl racer Posts: 2,439Senior Contributor

    I believe he said they are from a Graham..

  • bent metalbent metal Posts: 1,512Senior Contributor
    I'd like to see some of those pictures on the "Let's see some unique intake and exhaust set ups" thread.  I thought it would be nice to have as many different variations as possible all in one thread for people to reference.
  • Ol racerOl racer Posts: 2,439Senior Contributor

    Good Idea, I will switch them over next time in Forum since its late. This guy has really did some engineering on his project.

  • 52hudsonman52hudsonman Posts: 28Member
    Ol racer said:

    FYI

    Picture of the powerplant in a '51 Hornet Cpe with a unique set-up. Its bored with Isky Cam, Pertonix, 262 head, Headers, & twin superchargers. Its going to be a driver and not a racer. Its located out west and being built by Fred Haller

    how much horse power will it produce
  • Ol racerOl racer Posts: 2,439Senior Contributor
    I don't know since Its not mine. I guess it would add some additional Power though.
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