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Pre-caution to be Considered after Supercharger Installation

I have doubt if there is additional part to be changed after supercharger installation such stock radiator and fans as well ,hence the heat generated by engine will be increase , also any information about the engine coolant temperature and and supercharger coolant temp to be maintained in high way and offroad , in middle east the ambient temperature is high , even though we are not able to succeed for V8 swap due to engine cooling issue , Any thoughts from experts?
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These engines were not designed for forced induction. The compression ratio is designed for naturally aspirated engines. If you do go this route you will likely blow your engine fairly quickly, and i can’t imagine it will run well at all prior to the final knock. Good luck.
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[QUOTE=meanGREENnugget;4291742]These engines were not designed for forced induction. The compression ratio is designed for naturally aspirated engines. If you do go this route you will likely blow your engine fairly quickly, and i can’t imagine it will run well at all prior to the final knock. Good luck.i have go through many opinion and reviews for the same , I do agree partially that engine not designed for induction force, but I think if the post pressure will be limited to 10Psi and the compression ratio will be changed to 9:1 also transmission pressure will control by uprev , it is shall work , hope so .
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Thanks guys for your advice, I have changed my mind for supercharger, for dunes brushing , the rpm is always more than 5k , so I guess the supercharger is not suit for this purposes hence the engine will be heated up .
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Thanks guys for your advice, I have changed my mind for supercharger, for dunes brushing , the rpm is always more than 5k , so I guess the supercharger is not suit for this purposes hence the engine will be heated up .
VK56 swap.
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^^^^ That. Safer, more HP, and probably similar~ish cost maybe a little more (not exactly sure on that one)
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^ and more torque down low - where you need it for deep sand
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