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  • 144 With A Rev Limiter

    I'm new to supercharging. I have a SBC with a 144 in a dragster and was wanting to use a 2-Step for the transbrake. The few topics I've found say not to use a rev limiter with a blower.

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      With a little 144, I don't see how a rev limiter would mess things up. I run a rev limiter for daily driving mainly to save the engine in case of a malfunction like stuck throttle or blown u-joints. There could be a concern over excessive fuel being pumped in when the limiter kicks on, but a 144 blower wouldn't be moving that much air say compared to a 6-71.

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