So we started this intake manifold manifold today. This one is moving quick and this is just one day of work in the shop to complete. I wanted to share the pictures so that you guys could get an idea of the different styles of direct ports that we offer. This is our black widow system with integrated solenoids on the distribution block. I know this isn't a mopar intake but gives you an idea of the system. This would be a slick system that you hemi guys and gals could use with a cowl hood!!
This morning: Nozzles were already tapped into the manifold
After Lunch the guys in the back knocked it out all in 1 day!
A line up of intake about to go into the photo booth
Do you have any examples of work you have done on supercharged hemis? I am considering spraying my Maggy 426 combination...
2010 SRT8 Charger 615RWHP
Magnacharged 426 Hemi with stock exhaust manifolds and catback
10.5 @ 134.5 1.67 60' with full size 18's on all 4 corners and 100% full weight
10's in a stock looking and sounding 4 door family car!
Thanks to Chris (Fargo59) for building the car and Mike (lafrad) for tuning it!
Special thanks to Erik (Hemi31) for the support!
Nice stealth look....
"A stick car is like a red head. A bit more work, but it's a happy ending..." ;-)
Arrington 392 with the twins tuned by A.J. "hemituner". World record modern MOPAR 205.7mph at the Texas Mile...
That's my boy's setup there....saweet! Maybe we'll get JZ to actually race it one day
That's a beautiful fogger on the whipple... what is the minimum hp jetting possible? It's probably overkill for what I had in mind as I am looking for a 100-150HP shot... do you you have a plate or throttle body type of setup?
Is the throttle on the maggy/whipple the stock or aftermarket 85/90mm???
I've looked at direct port on the Magnuson and it's going to require a billet plate under the blower. Tricky and expensive. Will also raise the blower so you have to be sure about hood clearance. I'd inject at the TB ahead of the blower and call it a day, Andre. That's what I do and it works great.
yeah if its a tight space then it might be easier to plate the blower, but we can definitely see what we can do.
Chat with Dave, Neal. We had some good conversations. Certainly doable, but I think it would be tough to justify for a small shot. Would look bad azz, though...
thanks HemiSam, its funny we were just chatting about when I read your post.
Arrington and I are in chats on perhaps adding more to my car to help me break 200mph at the next Texas Mile (hit 195.1mph Sunday). I pushed something between a 100 and 200 shot (I'm guessing 150 or so) through an Arrington 90mm nitrous prepped TB ahead of a Maggie blower pushing say 13psi peak. This is over an off the shelf built Arrington 392 with nice Mahle 2618 pistons. We may need to go bigger in case you guys are looking for a MOPAR project :-)
Awesome. Your almost there. There is not much room on maggie. Its been a while since I looked at one but if I remember correctly I could build some plates that sit between the head and the blower or I can build a plate that bolts between the upper and lower unit. The plate between the upper and lower unit will make the blower make better power even with the nitrous off. Both options are expensive but if you want it done I am your man.
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Thanks, Dave. That's pretty much what we discussed. Wand wasn't going to work due to the short runners, etc... I don't think the billet plate is worth the bang for the buck, especially being the first one out of the chute.