Other drawback of the M90, I'd have to fabricate most of the things. Good part is that I have access to a six axis CNC with 3D scanner, so it comes down to sizing. Not sure which is the better size.id go with m62 until all the parts for the m90 could be gathered. by then you'll know of the motor is gonna
Some of the Eaton superchargers (the M series) list their displacement in cubic inches per revolution. So, an M45 displaces 45 ci per revolution, a M62 at 62 ci, etc.i have no idea what you're talking about, honestley. i know 0% about how the parts you're talking about. i just have a basic understanding of how forced induction works. if the block can take it, I'd give it the strongest booster. you never mentioned putting the m45 on, why is that?
On the Lightning, which uses an Eaton M112 blower, if you pull off the supercharger belt, which is separate from the accessory drive, the truck will run and drive fine. What's funny is even idling, you can see the blower is turning without the belt by watching the upper pulley go round-and-round. It's a gutless slug, but you can drive it. For as long as you desire. Therefore, a clutch system might work.From what I've read, they are a two lobe roots style, so when switched off, it doesn't seem to impede flow.
They were used in the Previa minivan on a Mad Max style controller. Guess it was for when you were late to soccer and needed to become the Road Warrior. [emoji23]
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