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Super charging my 4 Liter

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Old 12-07-2011
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Super charging my 4 Liter

Was looking at my engine the other day because I was putting a serpentine belt on and realized that my intake line goes into the intake manifold right behind my serpentine belt. has anyone ever bolted a turbine onto the intake manifold with a pulley around the turbine, and the pulley being run off the serpentine belt, to act as a supercharger and cram air into the intake manifold? would this be possible?
 
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If you go to RPS my friend had a s/c on his ohv. If i remember right he ran 5-6 psi.
 
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where did he find the s/c? where on RPS?
 
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Originally Posted by Ford04Ranger4.0 View Post
If you go to RPS my friend had a s/c on his ohv. If i remember right he ran 5-6 psi.
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Yup, he took it off and sold it. The guy who bought it is now making mass production out of his mount plate for the OHV.
 
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