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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by NielsK, Sep 2, 2018.
Nice tip. Thanks
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My wade setup to suit a Chev 236.
Period enough for me
@Stovebolt , I am helping out a friend with a Wade blower. If yours pictures is a 34 then would you know if this unit is a 20? We are trying to get as much info as we can for this install on a stock flatty. Hard to find any tech on these old blowers.
@vtwhead somewhere I have some files on rebuilding a RO34 blower 34 = 3400cc air per revolution.
I would have thought a RO20 is a bit small for a flathead - unless it is a v860.
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