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Re: Ford 8n with forge blower

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Indiana Ken

06-24-2020 18:01:31

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You cannot not simply blow into a carburator. The easiest and (perhaps best) way would be to install the entire carburator inside a "box"....as has been posted. The blower can then blow into (pressurize) the box and the carburator operates as before, with one exception. The carburator does not compensate for the increased density of the air. You will need to adjust the mixture richer to accomodate the density increase. The throttle linkage and choke control will need to pass through the box. Sealing completely is not critical since the leakage will be air rather than an air fuel mix.

Note, you will have to increase the fuel pressure above that available with the current gravity flow system. The easy way is to install an electric fuel pump to increase the fuel feed pressure as your boost pressure increases. I suppose you could seal the tank vent and run some tubing from the pressure box to the fuel tank. In this case the gravity system should still work. I do not know how well the fuel tank will like the pressure!

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06-24-2020 18:23:14

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 Re: Ford 8n with forge blower in reply to Indiana Ken, 06-24-2020 18:01:31  
Thatís what Iím talking about! Thanks

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