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Eaton Vs Inline 4
« on: October 05, 2012, 10:02:18 PM »
I've finally got my '75 Runabout home, so now I wanna see about hooking this supercharger and fixin it up [properly]

Early-mid 90's Eaton M-90 [I think] offa Fuel Injected GM V6
Snub nosed version

I've been doin some asking around, and everyone seems to think that a Paxton style would work best set up as follows:
-Air cleaner to the Eaton
-Eaton to a pressure box surrounding the carb
Basically hooking up the Eaton via a pressurized box surrounding the carb.
Anyone have some thoughts?
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Re: Eaton Vs Inline 4
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2012, 10:16:08 AM »
Get the right carb and a bonnet.
No "pressure box" needed,thats
the old way of doing it.

Blowthroughs work but it aint cheap
(ask me how I know).