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    Yes Jerry, I wish it was a VMP super charger but the Kennie Bell is what I have on it now.
    The VMP's from what I understand are a lot more aggressive and have a better torque curve.
    The good thing is when my Shelby was built the super charger was not water cooled, this Kennie Bell
    is water cooled. Plus you can buy another attachment now that is like a Ice bucket that goes in the trunk
    and you run lines to the condenser or cooler if you will.
    I am also working on some traction issue's since this thing likes to break the tires loose.
    It's had some traction stuff done but I need to put on a BMR Watts link and get rid of the 20 inch
    rim's and go to like a 15 inch rim if they will fit over the Calipers that are 14's. That way I can put some nice
    wrinkle walls on there. It had Nitto's on there but it was breaking those loose too. Wish I could post some photo's
    but I have to figure that out yet. I want to keep it street-able though and I still have A/C. LOL!!!!

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    You'll probably need a high end racing radial. I can't imagine you'll ever to get a 15" to fit over those brakes.
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    1972 Chevy K30 Longhorn P-pumped 24v Compound Turbos 47RH Just another money pit
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