but the sump is already so low...what are you trying to do?
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It won't effect the balancing. The factory pulley has offset weights in it to match up with the crank and flywheel weights, but the supercharger pulley is symmetrical so it doesn't alter the offset weight.
Hi Guys, I feel like I don't post here enough anymore. I still own three classic Alfas, two GTV6, and a Spider. I'll never get rid of the GTV6s, in fact I'll probably come out with a few more things for them. For the most part, my company HPSI is now being run by my kids, and they are big into the n...
- Tue Dec 02, 2014 4:15 am
- Forum: Introduce yourself - Gallery
- Topic: Mats Strandberg (SWE)
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Mats, I for one would love to see the gallery. I have been watching your excellent work for years, and really enjoy not only your work, but your attitude on the forum.
I have been doing a lot with the newer Fiats these days, specifically with the 1.4 Multiair turbo. We are getting pretty good power out of these things. Anyway, here is a video of my shop car, a fairly hot 500L. Normally 500Ls are very slow, like 0-60 in 10-11 seconds. Mine is in the 7s. Here is a v...
- Mon Sep 29, 2014 4:26 am
- Forum: Performance
- Topic: 4-cylinder turbo performance
- Replies: 393
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Jim, those are great numbers. Although the low end seems weak, it's important to remember this is all relative. Even at 3000rpm it has more power than just about any NA 2.0 has at peak power, and more than most NA 3.0 V6s have at that RPM.
- Sat Aug 09, 2014 2:27 pm
- Forum: Engine
- Topic: Compression lower Cylinders 4,5,6
- Replies: 4
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