Super Chevy
Click here to find out more!

Small Block Chevy Centrifugal Supercharger Test - Danger Mouse Part 18 Huffin' And Puffin'

It's Boost Or Bust On DM's Second Run Of The Season

The TFS heads, combined with the flat-top Lunati pistons, put DM's compression at 9.1:1, which may still seem a bit high for a blown motor running pump gas. But, the DFI and big cam, along with the centrifugal blower's high efficiency, meant that we were confident DM would not detonate itself to death. And the fuel experts at 76 Racing who supplied the gas for this test agreed that their 91-octane unleaded could support the boost levels and power we were trying to make. So from there it was onto the dyno.

Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!
1 comments
rickyleepierce91
rickyleepierce91

On the DM 355 Procharged build, what crank connecting rods and pistons were used. I am thinking about doing a procharged build to reach about 600HP with  a P-1SC. Just put a 355CI motor together and now changed my mind on what i want to do with it.

Super Chevy