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Old 06-06-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
 
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Default Newbie here. advice with a build

I have a 2003 Marauder and am looking at options to put in an aluminator with a 2200 s/c or the YSI s/c. First off I'm not that mechanic savy and am a little confused with compression ratios and why it would matter with the blower. Just need your input about the blower and which comp motor to go with. What is the stock comp ratio anyways?
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stock comp is 10:1 how much boost psi you looking to run?
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:52 PM   #3
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High boost + high copmression = increased tendency toward pre-detonation (knock).

Knock = Not good.

http://www.modularfords.com/f17/incr...ressure-51059

If you're planning to stay around 450 rwhp or less, you can prolly stay with the OEM motor and save yourself some bucks.

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Think budget and goals in mind. Modular power isn't cheap. Eaton conversions are the most cost effective if not in Cali.
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Think budget and goals in mind. Modular power isn't cheap. Eaton conversions are the most cost effective if not in Cali.
^^^^^^ What he said. ^^^^^^

For $4K or less, you can get a set-up that'll easily give you 420 - 450 rwhp.
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Ended up going with a MMR900 and a vortech JT trim blower. This should make some power for me. Pics with a build thread will follow in the weeks to come.
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Nice. just a built shortblock and Vortech JT no other goodies?
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Well. Also have the kooks headers, port polish intake borlas Turbo XL mufflers and on and on. Will post the rest in time. Making me depressed just listing everything while its still in pieces awaiting atransplant transplant. Haven't drove it in 8 months. .
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no worries man...it took 2 years for me to get to where mine is now I know the feeling.
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2003 or 04 Cobra short block, have your heads machined and it'll take anything that's still streetable.
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