Selling my top mount now:
Glad to see you guys are still pushing the boundaries.
Autolite [yes I did say Autolite] AR-3923 or AR-3922 work well. They are a single electrode plug and have a colder heat range good for forced induction use and do not foul or suffer spark blow out easily. I have used them on turbo VR6's and ABA's and they worked well in my old supercharged Jetta GLX. They are also easy to find at most parts houses.
Okay here's another question.... I have a 98 gti. AAA block. I have the brackets about to go on... supercharger bracket is a bit odd fitting. Here's a pic can anyone tell me the.brand it is?
That top bolt hole doesn't line up with anything. Its actually in the way. Hits the top of the head and valve cover making the whole bracket sit on an angle leaning foward. Here's an attempted pic of that...
See the gap towards the back? Problem one. Now problem two... the idler sits flush against the alternator. But there's still a half inch gap for the bolt holes...
I could stack a ton of washers but it just seems like its the.wrong figment all together.
Thanks in advance
I'm looking to be building a supercharged car this spring.
I've got a rough idea of what I'm looking to get, but I don't know much when it comes to pulleys and such (dual idler etc).
With that said, there's a V1 for sale a couple hours from my place for $1000.
It came off a F150.
Should that bolt right up with the right bracket & pulleys?
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you should be able to get aluminum spacers from home depot / lowes easily enough. either that or phil or noah could make you some, I'm sure.
Phil, what happened to that guy interested in my pulley? I never heard from him...