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Captain Thread Killer returns
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Dad's Yellow Goat
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Does anyone know who makes the crankcase breather in the picture
 

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holy hell...thats a mean turbo...prob good for around 1500hp
 

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Thats A Huge Bitch!
 

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That is a little turbo......a little turbo more than anyone in their right mind needs. Holy hell :)
 

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I am now NOBOOST GTO SOLD
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I would not stand to close to that probably suck up anyone or anything in front of it!!

I think it may be a bit small for a 6.0 motor!! May want to get 2 of those installed!! Otherwise motor might not make power all the way to redline!!
 

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what the hell did that one come off of?
 

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It's simple physics
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As somewhat of a submarine man, I believe that would actually be a scavenging air blower motor assembly from a non-GM equipped fleet submarine (what would today be called a "fast attack" submarine). The GM and Fairbanks-Morse submarine engines of the time used a positive displacement blower (similar to my Magnacharger) to provide scavenging air, which means it can't have come from a sub equipped with either of those packages. If not the scavenging air blower motor, there is a remote possiblity that it would be a main blower motor for the ventilation system.

Just thought you might like to know.

LR
 

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whatever the hell it is......it's still ginormous!
 

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Loboost said:
I would not stand to close to that probably suck up anyone or anything in front of it!!
And behind it! :eek2:

wheelburns said:
Yes, I do! I see you have an '05. All you have to is remove the inserts under the scoops. :thumbs:

Magnified said:
As somewhat of a submarine man, I believe that would actually be a scavenging air blower motor assembly from a non-GM equipped fleet submarine (what would today be called a "fast attack" submarine). The GM and Fairbanks-Morse submarine engines of the time used a positive displacement blower (similar to my Magnacharger) to provide scavenging air, which means it can't have come from a sub equipped with either of those packages. If not the scavenging air blower motor, there is a remote possiblity that it would be a main blower motor for the ventilation system.
Huge turbos for adding power>Huge turbo-looking things for ventilation
 
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