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1 minute ago, 1963 AP5 said:

If anybody knows where I might find an inlet manifold for a RWD SOHC Mitsubishi 4G63 engine please let me know.

I will need one to hack about (modify) in order to make this work.

Injected or carb? I'm keen on the weber setup if you get rid of it

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Also if your engine is 2000cc, please run the blower at 1:1 ratio.

I assume you're sticking with the carb? If so, Please go drawthrough. 

I ran a 32/36 for a while on an SC14. But I found a 350cfm Holley used truckloads less gas.

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On 06/04/2021 at 18:01, RUNAMUCK said:

Also if your engine is 2000cc, please run the blower at 1:1 ratio.

I assume you're sticking with the carb? If so, Please go drawthrough. 

I ran a 32/36 for a while on an SC14. But I found a 350cfm Holley used truckloads less gas.

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Yep I am planning on doing a draw through set up using the 32/36 that I already have. I am pretty sure that the Holley would be better for this application but I have the Weber so I will give it a try. I am assuming you set up your Holley with an externally referenced power valve.

It is a 2000cc so I will start with a 1:1 ratio.

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I have yet to properly investigate the power valve set up on the Weber but I expect the principle is similar to the Holley. I believe it lives under the top plate and maybe it can be tuned or modified to work with the van supercharger. We will see I guess.......

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