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does anyone know the displacement of the stock blower? its an eaton model right? whats the max boost the blower can push on a stock redline before you over spin it, if anyone knows. is kenne bell or any other companies making an upgraded blower for these cars?
 

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m62 eaton
make 12psi that is regulated stock. you reach max boost at 4500 and it holds there
the limits we are still unsure of.
 

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11psi5.0 said:
does anyone know the displacement of the stock blower?
It displaces 1 liter per revoloution.
 

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I seen somehwere on here with a bunch of information on the s/c do a search for it
 

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Acutally, the M62 displaces .62l, just as the M90 displaces .9l, and the M112 1.12l.


This information is readily available on the eaton website.


Jason
 

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ZR2_S10 said:
Acutally, the M62 displaces .62l, just as the M90 displaces .9l, and the M112 1.12l.


This information is readily available on the eaton website.


Jason
Um, yes I know it is available on their site. That is where I got the 1 liter per revoloution as it says on their site.

LOOK HERE , unless I am reading it wrong or am just plain stupid, it say's right on the site just after M62 and under displacement, 1.00 l/rev.
 

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ZR2_S10 said:
Acutally, the M62 displaces .62l, just as the M90 displaces .9l, and the M112 1.12l.


This information is readily available on the eaton website.


Jason

ummmmm.... NO

the M62 displaces 1l/revolution....

per eatons website:

m45 = .75l/rev
m62 = 1l/rev
m90 = 1.5l/rev
m112 = 1.84l/rev
 

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MotorMouth said:
Um, yes I know it is available on their site. That is where I got the 1 liter per revoloution as it says on their site.

LOOK HERE , unless I am reading it wrong or am just plain stupid, it say's right on the site just after M62 and under displacement, 1.00 l/rev.
beat me to it :D
 
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