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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-31-2004, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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Any body know where I can get a blower? From what I understand Camden stopped making them a few years ago. A used one would be great, but doesnt anyone else make one? If not couldnt I use the type that mounts like an Alt. or power steering pump off a = sized engine?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-31-2004, 12:55 PM
 
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There was one on Ebay a week or two ago. Try searching complete items on there.

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I just did. I couldnt find one for a suzuki but I did find this Paxton (attatched).I might just go with something like it. I dont know what size engine it went with.The guy said it wouldnt fit his VW.

Has anyone tryed a setup like it? It seems simple.
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Dont know how availabe they are over there but why not the factory chargers from either the 4A-GZE or 1G-GZE toyota engines. These are popular over here for these conversions. There is also the tiny blower found on the little 660cc Subaru engine (cant remember the engine model). Have seen one of these on a G13 and went like a cut snake.
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Re: Super Chargers

The Subaru blower isn't available over here , plus it's too small in overall cfm to work really . The Paxton style units would work ok , but you'd have to find a mappable injection system like Weber's new setup to get the fuel ratio corrected . You could run a pressurized carb , but those are big $$ as well . A used Camden would be sweet , I'm looking for one myself .....
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Re: Super Chargers

The subaru charger in question was fitted to a stock G13 with G16 SPI manifold. Cant see the point trying to blow through a carby at all, too many uglies [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
Running 6psi on stock compression ratio it got up and definately boogied through the rough stuff.
Although it was not capable of keeping up the air to the engine at high RPM, down low in the rev range it was quite impressive.
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Sarge,,,whats mappable injection?Is that somethin you can add to a weber carb or is it a hole new set-up?
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Mappable> read "programmable" . The new Weber injection system is a throttle body unit system....
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