Turbo would not be an option with the exhaust setup. Yes, our LS376/480 did 430 hp @ 4500 rpm.More interesting, IMHO, would be turbo-normalization.
Those numbers are not much higher than the LS376/480, which lacks the weight and complexity of the supercharger.
At FL210, they run in low blower, burning 1 gallon per minute. At FL240 and above, they go into high blower. This will consume about 2 gallons per minute.You just need two blower speeds like the real thing.
Ah, I forgot to consider it in your setup. If I arrange my rads right, I will have room to 'upgrade' later to a twin-turbo setup, should I have the budget and madness to do so. :whistle:Turbo would not be an option with the exhaust setup. Yes, our LS376/480 did 430 hp @ 4500 rpm.
A supercharger would be nice cruising at FL180.
As we like to cruise in the teens, an O2 tank is being added, plus a cockpit heater!
This just made my day. :gig:Yea but go the extra 10,000 ft and reap the true airspeed or pull it back and go for range. RVSM P-51. Wave at passengers.