View Poll Results: are you interested in a intake for the M122 style Super chargers?

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Thread: M122 Super Charger intake

  1. #16
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    You will need new spacers for pulleys, new lower pulley. Trilogy and m122 have different snout lengths and the crossover tube for trilogy I don't believe works. Travis can prolly elaborate on these
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    Like me... Funny.
    I have been modding cars longer than I would like to remember. The point is, when you buy an after market item intake etc. and you then mod it in any way then it fails good luck warrantying it, then there are also other concerns.. I do not mind porting etc. but when you modify boss's and torque areas I have to say no.

    Thanks for clarifying that my lower intake will work with Cobra engineering parts. I will pursue this further..
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    @ RubberCTyRauder

    Thanks for the info, very helpful!
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    1970 Torino cpe BB
    1969 Fairlane Formal 428cj
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    looks like a lot of cut and paste going on...…...
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    Also, do you have or planning on a built motor? Stock motor internals will be toast with a m122
    2004 SB Ported Trilogy 48
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    Thanks to Marty O for his help in updating this car.

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    The Marauder heads are just like the Cobra heads only difference was the cams. From what I understand. If you're worried about the car original condition not being compromised. than keep it N/A. because even the trilogy kit requires you extend the alternator wires!

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    Stiegemeier added a spacer in my Trilogy M112 together with the rotors from the M122. Also adjusted the upper pulley to keep the same belt position. Result was an increase in boost of about 4#. Is this a way to avoid spacers and still increase boost? Wednesday I ran 11.78 at 116.8. That was good for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKWHEAT View Post
    Stiegemeier added a spacer in my Trilogy M112 together with the rotors from the M122. Also adjusted the upper pulley to keep the same belt position. Result was an increase in boost of about 4#. Is this a way to avoid spacers and still increase boost? Wednesday I ran 11.78 at 116.8. That was good for me.
    Hey Buckwheat I have a few questions I'd like to ask you.

    What was your upper/lower pulley combo before the rotor swap?
    What was your IAT with the old rotor pack?
    What PSI did the old pulley setup yield?

    What is your current pulley combo?
    Current PSI?
    Current IAT?

    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastern_Front View Post
    Like me... Funny.
    I have been modding cars longer than I would like to remember. The point is, when you buy an after market item intake etc. and you then mod it in any way then it fails good luck warrantying it, then there are also other concerns.. I do not mind porting etc. but when you modify boss's and torque areas I have to say no.

    Thanks for clarifying that my lower intake will work with Cobra engineering parts. I will pursue this further..
    If you've been modding cars as long as you claim you know the aftermarket only offers a 30-90 day warranty on all parts.

    Don't waste your time following up on cobra engineering parts, as I stated earlier "I HAVE A GT500 SWAP USING THE COBRA ENGINEERING SWAP KIT" so if your worried about warranties, or damage to bosses when torqueing down bolts, this kit is NOT FOR YOU...….

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    Quote Originally Posted by musclemerc View Post
    Hey Buckwheat I have a few questions I'd like to ask you.

    What was your upper/lower pulley combo before the rotor swap?
    What was your IAT with the old rotor pack?
    What PSI did the old pulley setup yield?

    What is your current pulley combo? Answer: Lower, for both is stock Trilogy. Upper before 3.6". After is 2.6 (from memory). Stiege said S/C speed was 18,000.
    Current PSI? Answer: Before: 10 on the gauge. After: 15, down to 13.5 (ish) at WOT
    Current IAT? Answer: Don't know in either case. No telemetry on IAT, but Marty did the relo on the measure for IAT between before and after.

    Thanks!!!
    Mine is Trilogy #15. I realize there are a lot oh floating variables here. And i am not the best Techie.
    BUCKWHEAT 03 MM 300A-August, '02 mfgr, black w/ blue metallic clearcoat, 90,000 miles, Texid stroker 5.0, #15 Kool-Aide w/ SnakeBite porting, Venom cooling, and upgraded to M122, 3873 of 7839

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