In reply to # 3861008 by GeorgeOhr That does look nice. Has anyone ever tried to plate the back off and draw through the top like a “regular” roots blower? It would take some machining but it would solve 90 degrees of turn around problems.
Thanks George. These Eaton superchargers are the twisted rotor type so they need the sides of the housing intact. They suck air in the back and squeeze it towards the front. I would have twin SU's if I could attach them to the side of the housing.
I do have a little Aisin AMR 500 supercharger that is the roots type and it sucks in the side. I plan to put it on my Bugeye.
Home built Eaton M62 Supercharger with 7.6psi boost, 8:1 compression, custom "supercharger" cam from Schneider Cams, Mikuni HSR48 Carburetor, Chevy Cavalier 1.6 rocker arms, Maxspeeding rods with Teflon wrist pin buttons, custom aluminum cold air intake, CB Performance computerized ignition, Fidanza 9 pound flywheel, 1.44 exhaust valves in 48cc chamber head, matched manifolds, 2 1/4" exhaust system.