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Kevin Leitem
01-18-2006, 11:27 PM
s-model charger is gone but i still have the MPII plenum for sale, Asking 200 plus shipping.

95pearlbird
01-19-2006, 12:04 AM
Wanted to ask the following questions about your MPII Plenum you're selling..
Isn't S-Model same as 94-95 Stock supercharger, or is SC Inlet different?
Will this plenum bolt right up to stock 94/95 Scharger?
What year SC did you have it on? What size TB did you use with it?
Are you selling any kind of TB , MAFS, or CAI with it?
Isn't there some kind of adaptor needed for use on 94/95 models?
Thanks for your Reply!

Kevin Leitem
01-19-2006, 12:10 AM
Wanted to ask the following questions about your MPII Plenum you're selling..
Isn't S-Model same as 94-95 Stock supercharger, or is SC Inlet different?
Will this plenum bolt right up to stock 94/95 Scharger?
What year SC did you have it on? What size TB did you use with it?
Are you selling any kind of TB , MAFS, or CAI with it?
Isn't there some kind of adaptor needed for use on 94/95 models?
Thanks for your Reply!
They are different chargers, but the inlet is the same. so yes it will work on a 94-95 S-model or MPII. It was on my 90 but it will work on all years with the chargers mentioned above. I had the Magnum Powers 85mm TB. I do not have anything else for this system to sell. and no adapter needed. Thanks, Kevin

Kevin Varnes
01-19-2006, 12:19 AM
I'm interested if 95pearlbird does not take it.

Jason Wild
01-19-2006, 12:59 AM
you have mail Kevin

sizemoremk
01-19-2006, 10:11 PM
I would like to be next in line:D

Kevin Leitem
01-19-2006, 11:28 PM
sorry guys, it has been sold

95pearlbird
01-20-2006, 01:30 AM
Thanks for the reply, Kevin.
And Good Luck with 'er, Jason.
Gotta move fast on these boards!
As more MPIII's come in, more of these will be comin' up For Sale,
so don't despair......
To me, $200 seems around a fair price for this item,
the new price is just a lil much!


Oh, and Kevin, please let us all know how that new
MPIII works out for you, and what % pullies you end
up going with,OK?

> If Santa Claus drove a car, what would it be? <


A Red SC, of course...............with lots of Tools in the trunk!
And some cheese to go with the whine..... :)

95pearlbird
01-20-2006, 02:29 AM
Hey there, Kevin-
Just checked out your Members Page, just want to say,
that's one beautiful SC! And an extremely FAST one, too!

Judging from your Mod's, you have some big bucks invested.....
I see you already have installed the MPIII, and was wondering how it's working out for you..... I guess 11.3 Sec. is a good answer!

Am I correct that you are running a 25% total OD on your Charger?
10 on the crank, 10 at the jackshaft, and 5 on the pulley?
That sounds like some serious huffing and puffing!
You've got a pretty stout short block too, which makes all this possible,
any problems there from the increased pressures??
And are you still running the stock IC tubes with a double IC?
Are you running the Snow Alky kit?
Any adverse HG gremlins?
What HP & Tq figures are you putting down?
It seems to me, that although you have put in a lot of $$$ to get where you are, you still have done it for less money than many. I've seen many
SC's here on these boards with more "trick stuff" running far slower.
AND you've done it without an AR blower!
My feeling is that you have backed up what Dave Dalke always advises,
and that is that if you stick to the basics, and make it all work together,
you really don't need all the extra frills. Agreed?
Congrats on a beautiful SC that runs really hard!
You've put a lot of work and thought into it, and your results speak for themselves! Nice Job!




And for other members interested, probably not ALL of Kevin's go-fast
secrets are revealed, and that's the way it should be sometimes, if you want to stay ahead of the pack. After all, you can't give away ALL of your hard-earned and hard-spent knowledge....but here is an example of how far you can go with a "little" V6...if you put your bucks into the right places, and in the right order, as a whole package, from the crank, right on up to the blower top!
Just don't try to make it your daily driver at the same time!...>LOL :)