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I have seen this option before and now have a reason to use it.
If we can find a bolt on Judson supercharger cheap I might be tempted. (I had one on my 64, 50% more power!)
Maybe I could use it to tow the Barth!
"98" Monarch 37
Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 300 hp
In a car or buggy-turbo, in a bus neither-- use the money to build a good larger (longer stroke) engine with thicker cylinder walls, good cooling both air and oil ( with the major emphasis on cooling). there is no substitute for cubic inches and programing a supercharged engine to run for long periods under heavy load is difficult at best.
I think the refrain is, "No replacement for displacement."
My last van was a 1964 with the 1958 reduction axles and a 40+ hp engine. Interesting discovery, it could climb inclines where the brakes wouldn't hold. Try retreating under those conditions.
Money can't buy poverty
Yep, like my 10.4 liter purring CAT.
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I voted for Stock. You need something Reliable, Affordable, Maintainable, Durable -RAMD (US Army Tank Automotive Command acronym) to go get parts for the Hot Rod when it breaks . . . and they all do. Sometimes it is better to Hmmmm along instead of ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM !
Lou FMC#120 in Aridzona
I voted Super Charged .
Just because it will be a GREAT project to watch on BM .
Model:: Barth Regal
Length:: 25 ft
Engine:: New Chevy 454 HO
Data Tag Number:: 8606 3339 25FP2
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