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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-15-2004, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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3.8 supercharger

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Does anybody know how many cfm a supercoupe blower will flow. Thanks.

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http://www.automotive.eaton.com/prod...argers/M90.asp

Hope that answers your question.

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That works great thanks.

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interesting, the M90 only adds 44 hp at 10 psi and 12k rpm. I always thought it was more than that.

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There is too much heat generated at that RPM to make much power.

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yeah, I doubt those tests include the stock intercooler on the SC, although the stock intercooler may not be very efficient, it helps a lot with the heat monster M90.
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Not all things Eaton revolve around the supercoupe Thomas.

Those tests are showing the M90's abilities without aid.

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Not all things Eaton revolve around the supercoupe Thomas.

Those tests are showing the M90's abilities without aid.
my point exactly The intercooler obviously helps out because a supercoupe makes 70-80hp more than the NA v6.

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So we agreed on this....

No help me with my TB problem.

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How difficult is it to add the M90 to the 3.8 NA? I understand it's all pretty much just bolt ons, but do the NA and SC have the same heads/compression ratios?

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the 3.8 has a 9:1 CR, the SC has 8.25:1, which allows for more boost. The SC also has a knock sensor which retards timing in the event that it starts detonating.

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Man, you 3.8 guys get hit with that question every 5 minutes dont you. Its crazy how often people want information on that.

Someone should make a sticky about it.

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