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Well what i mean about superchargers 1: they take power to create power. Turbo boost is recycled power 2: They put a lot of stress on the crank snout and cause a strange imballance in the motor. I've heard many a time that people have had their crank split like watermelon. 3: They are just plain over priced for what you get. Too much work for not enough return. 4: the most commonly used superchargers for these motors is the m90 and the m112 neither of which are practical for the amount of rpms i want to churn. Idk about the others mentioned but i just plainly do not like superchargers.
no that wrong superchargers put stress on cranks not turbo why do you think they make crank braces for supercharger cars
 

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4.75 Modular Crankshaft Kit
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