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Anyone Interested in a Little Extra HP for Their Boss?

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Definitely would go with a centrifugal rather than a PD blower on a Boss - get to keep the Boss intake and the STB and the power is much more linear rather than all at once.

That having been said, I just can't stand where they decided to relocate the air filter.
 

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
I am waiting for them to come out with a Novi 2500 kit for the boss. The kenne bell site has a boss 302 kit with a 3.6L blower and maxed the stock fuel system out at like 854RWHP. That kit requires cutting though
 

jec246

Rich_S said:
Definitely would go with a centrifugal rather than a PD blower on a Boss - get to keep the Boss intake and the STB and the power is much more linear rather than all at once.

That having been said, I just can't stand where they decided to relocate the air filter.

+1
 
Rich_S said:
That having been said, I just can't stand where they decided to relocate the air filter.

I really don't think the placement of the air filter is a big deal. The air charge is being intercooled. Overall, I do like this set up, next question....cost??
 

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
AZBoss302 said:
Rich_S said:
That having been said, I just can't stand where they decided to relocate the air filter.

I really don't think the placement of the air filter is a big deal. The air charge is being intercooled. Overall, I do like this set up, next question....cost??
my guess is 5700-6000 for the kit thats what the GT kits are going for
 

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