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Old 04-07-2010, 10:56 AM   #1
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Default 351w Carb Turbo Setup possible?

Hey guys, i have a built 351w that i have a nitrous setup on right now. Ive only used the nitrous a handful of times but can already tell i dont like having to refill that bottle and such. Now i am very familiar with turbo setups on fuel injected vehicles. But my concern is tuning on a carb'd vehicle. I have no problem buying the blow through carb, bov, turbo, intercooler and whatnot. But would i just retard the timing somewhat or would i need a new ignition box or something along those lines? Also how would i know if the engine is knocking??? Thanks
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:07 PM   #2
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MSD and a boost master to go with it and have at it should work just fine
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do a search there are plenty of company's doing blow through carbs nowadays there is also a site that has a whole section on blow through engines and they even show you how to mod one to make it work or you could go over there and talk to Brent Davis he will do you one up . it is called the turbo forums. best site in the world if you ask me LOL it is just a bit slow at times.
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C&S or CSU carbs...
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