Originally Posted by J08M3
Not laying any blame here.... But has there been a non-supercharged engine that has blown up yet? I know we've seen a number of SC engines that have blown, by a few different SC companies.
Perhaps it's not a very good idea to SC this engine???
I was going to ask the same question!Without lowering the stock compression from 12 to 1 it does not suprise me that some of these failures are happening when the boost levels are elevated.At moderate boost levels (5-7 lbs)thanks to the overengineering that BMW has done on the S65 there does not seem to be these issues.I have a friend who is building Ford 5.0 Coyote engines with 11 to 1 and he feels 7 psi is the upper limit and his units are water/air intercooled.For higher boost levels he feels the compression must be lowered for reliability on pump gas.