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Re: Blowing

To: "Neil Cotty" <>, "MG Board" <>
Subject: Re: Blowing
From: "Mike Gigante" <>
Date: Mon, 3 May 1999 11:06:07 +1000
Last time I asked, the complete works (blower, carb, manifold
etc etc) was about A$5500 or about US$3600.

I use a lot of Hans' stuff on my race and rally cars. His workmanship
is exceptional and his extractors are a work of art.


-----Original Message-----
From: Neil Cotty <>
To: MG Board <>
Date: Sunday, 2 May 1999 18:35
Subject: Re: Blowing

>Hi all,
>> > Paxton or Eaton could be set up for $4000.  I don't know that much and
>> > couldn't be termed a technophile but wouldn't a blower be easier to
>setup than
>Well.. There is a local supplier here in Australia who markets a modern
>supercharger solution for the MGB - conservative output with 1800cc engine
>of 180BHP on a moderate boost.
>It's supplied by High Performance Products in Victoria +61 3 9874 1800.
>bought tonnes of racing stuff from them and their products are great! Mike
>Gigante put me on to them and I can't praise them highly enough, the owner
>Hans Pederson is a really great guy and so easy to talk to - see ask stupid
>questions to <G>. :)
>(Quoting from brochure)
>"Standard Kit includes:
>  Opcon Autorotor Twin Screw Supercharger
>  Slimline aluminium allow manifold
>  New HIF type SU Carburettor
>  Custom  HPP K&N Filtercharger Air filter assemblies (I've got these on my
>  Latest Technology "serpentine" Multi-V belt drive system..
>Flat torque curve, no throttle lag, no body mods necessary, all fixing
>hardware etc etc"
>They also sell a myriad of other products including Coated LCB headers,
>mufflers, valvetrain equip etc. Sorry but I don't know the price for the
>Supercharger, but I would hazard a guess it would be cheaper than $4000
>I'd say you'd be able to just buy the Supercharger minus all that other
>guff, I think they try to sell it as a total package to people and they fit
>it for them..

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