<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">heh...that is what I was thinking....if you have deep pockets and can move that firewall a bit, do it, you would have a pretty healthy CFM flowing thru that thing.Originally posted by whiskeytangofoxtrot:
If: Wallet = Large enough
Than: Anything = Possible
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">The flow rate of the m112 supercharger has the flow rate of 680 cfm which is more than double the flow rate of the m45 supercharger, which is only 320cfm. The power needed to make 10psi with the m45 is about 26hp or so with up to 175F of heat. The m112 will require 38hp or so to make 10psi+ with 130F or so of heat. The m112 will make more boost with less heat with alot more flow, but require more power to turn the pulley. I would think a very big pulley would be need because 3.0 pulley on the m45 will create probably more than double that amount on a m112. The m45 supercharger is the superchager on the zx3 jackson racing supercharger kit while the m112 is the supercharger on the ford lightning.Originally posted by nazthug:
....if you even get the 2.0L to turn that thing...
My opinion? It will make 150hp at 10psi, and use 145hp to turn it
Giving you a grand total of 5hp gain