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Thread: TWIN SUPERCHARGED CAMMER 427 SOHC 1965 Shelby Cobra Kirkham

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    Can Am Cobra. No Kit, no donor. Buck Kinney BBC Stroker Race Engine

    TWIN SUPERCHARGED CAMMER 427 SOHC 1965 Shelby Cobra Kirkham

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    1969 NASCAR Cobra, 428SCJ engine bored .065 and sonic tested and balanced and blue printed.
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    I would say that the intake is a little restricted. The inlet to the blowers is within an inch of the heads. And needless to say it does not have any air filters.

    I had a Paxton style blower on my Jeep CJ5 V6, and then on my 62 Chevy C10 4X4 with a 350 and in both cases it had enough boost at idle that the flapper valve was closed on the carburetor bonnet.

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