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  • larouchedem
    Hello All, Just joined. My project has been a long term one. One more winter should do it, I hope. No time during summer [motorcycle and house project season].
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 6, 2002
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      Hello All,

      Just joined. My project has been a long term one. One more winter
      should do it, I hope. No time during summer [motorcycle and house
      project season].

      '67 chevy pro-street style pu. Narrowed rear. 511" with 2.11"/1.77"
      pontiac valves in 126cc heads, 7" olds rods, KB 18cc dish 454 chev
      blower pistons for 8.1-1 CR. Comp Cams custom grind turbo cam.
      Rocker Arm Specialist's Ford FE shaft rockers. Two TB0305 Garretts
      from circa 1980 301" TransAms. Turbos are good for 330 or so worth of
      air each at 12 psi or so. Tubular manifolds built from 14 ga tubing
      and 3/8" steel flanges. Will have two 600 holleys.

      Glad to be here. I liked Al's group, but since he is in the business,
      and is the group boss, it was a bit limited in some ways.
      [no flame to Al intended]
      Dave Brode
      Frostburg, MD
    • ljloffice
      DAVE, DO YOU SUPPOSE IT S POSSIBLE TO INSTALL (ONE ) TURBO TO A CADILLAC 4100 ??? I HAVE A 9 POINT CAR WITH A 10 POINT ENGINE, DUE TO CAR IN BARN FOR 15 YEARS
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 20, 2005
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        DAVE,
        DO YOU SUPPOSE IT'S POSSIBLE TO INSTALL (ONE ) TURBO TO A CADILLAC
        4100 ??? I HAVE A 9 POINT CAR WITH A 10 POINT ENGINE, DUE TO
        CAR IN BARN FOR 15 YEARS AND ENGINE OK DUE TO USE OF " LUCAS "
        BEARING ADDITIVIES.

        I have an old Buick 3.8 with turbo, engine is blown..

        thanks ever, barclay, ( downtown Nebraska ).


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        Cadillac_Performance_Association@yahoogroups.com, "larouchedem"
        <dbrode@h...> wrote:
        >
        > Hello All,
        >
        > Just joined. My project has been a long term one. One more winter
        > should do it, I hope. No time during summer [motorcycle and house
        > project season].
        >
        > '67 chevy pro-street style pu. Narrowed rear. 511" with 2.11"/1.77"
        > pontiac valves in 126cc heads, 7" olds rods, KB 18cc dish 454 chev
        > blower pistons for 8.1-1 CR. Comp Cams custom grind turbo cam.
        > Rocker Arm Specialist's Ford FE shaft rockers. Two TB0305 Garretts
        > from circa 1980 301" TransAms. Turbos are good for 330 or so worth
        of
        > air each at 12 psi or so. Tubular manifolds built from 14 ga tubing
        > and 3/8" steel flanges. Will have two 600 holleys.
        >
        > Glad to be here. I liked Al's group, but since he is in the
        business,
        > and is the group boss, it was a bit limited in some ways.
        > [no flame to Al intended]
        > Dave Brode
        > Frostburg, MD
        >
      • david brode
        ljloffice, Yes, but I m not sure that the 4100 is a good candidate. With that said, the turbo from the 3.8 is probably good for more than 300 horse worth of
        Message 3 of 3 , Dec 21, 2005
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          ljloffice,


          Yes, but I'm not sure that the 4100 is a good candidate.

          With that said, the turbo from the 3.8 is probably good for more than
          300 horse worth of air, but it'll be much happier at 250-275 worth.
          Dave

          " <ljloffice@y...> wrote:
          >
          > DAVE,
          > DO YOU SUPPOSE IT'S POSSIBLE TO INSTALL (ONE ) TURBO TO A CADILLAC
          > 4100 ??? I HAVE A 9 POINT CAR WITH A 10 POINT ENGINE, DUE TO
          > CAR IN BARN FOR 15 YEARS AND ENGINE OK DUE TO USE OF " LUCAS "
          > BEARING ADDITIVIES.
          >
          > I have an old Buick 3.8 with turbo, engine is blown..
          >
          > thanks ever, barclay, ( downtown Nebraska ).
          >
          >
          > --- In
          > Cadillac_Performance_Association@yahoogroups.com, "larouchedem"
          > <dbrode@h...> wrote:
          > >
          > > Hello All,
          > >
          > > Just joined. My project has been a long term one. One more
          winter
          > > should do it, I hope. No time during summer [motorcycle and house
          > > project season].
          > >
          > > '67 chevy pro-street style pu. Narrowed rear. 511" with
          2.11"/1.77"
          > > pontiac valves in 126cc heads, 7" olds rods, KB 18cc dish 454
          chev
          > > blower pistons for 8.1-1 CR. Comp Cams custom grind turbo cam.
          > > Rocker Arm Specialist's Ford FE shaft rockers. Two TB0305
          Garretts
          > > from circa 1980 301" TransAms. Turbos are good for 330 or so
          worth
          > of
          > > air each at 12 psi or so. Tubular manifolds built from 14 ga
          tubing
          > > and 3/8" steel flanges. Will have two 600 holleys.
          > >
          > > Glad to be here. I liked Al's group, but since he is in the
          > business,
          > > and is the group boss, it was a bit limited in some ways.
          > > [no flame to Al intended]
          > > Dave Brode
          > > Frostburg, MD
          > >
          >
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