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  1. Yes, I have a bypass restrictor. It's a .023 nitrous/fuel pill/nozzle. I've tried a .030, but it came on boost too fast, so I went back to the .023.
  2. Yes, that's exactly right. Hopefully yours will be believe you... Mine didn't, I did it anyway...
  3. No, I don't have any surging. Still shifts like sh!t sometimes, is the only issue I have.
  4. That's a great price. I bought mine from there, exactly one year ago. Paid $4600. Installed it right around Christmas after I got a tune from BlackBear. Took me about 8 hrs to do it, all outside in the driveway. A couple more adjustments from Blackbear has gotten it pretty good. It gets 19 mpg on the highway under 70 mph, about 18 mpg, pushing 80 mph, with 3.08 gears and stock size all terrain tires. On another note, look at the passenger side of the supercharger. See that 1/2" port that's plugged? Run a hose from there over to the brake booster, and get rid of your vacuum pump. Works perfectly.
  5. OP, Carguts in Blacksburg, SC has a few 6.2's for $3750.00. Get on car-parts.com, enter your search criteria, and you'll find what you need... Good luck.
  6. Bwahahaha! Wait, what? Bwahahaha! Oh my god... I needed that. Thanks for the laugh...
  7. Todd, there is a guy on Youtube that swapped a L86 cam into his L83. His name is pmoore4321. He might be on this site, I don't know. https://www.youtube.com/user/pmoore4321
  8. Have to run a line from the booster to a vacuum source on the intake, and/or catch can/vacuum canister. .
  9. I never found one, so I made my own. Welded a 3/8" bung and use a plug.
  10. The word you're looking for is hygroscopic. And no it isn't.
  11. They probably broke the connector mount by leaning and rest their arm on the fuse panel while changing the vacuum pump. Arm probably slipped off when they lost their balance, hit the connector and snapped the mount off. From what I'm told, most mechanics lay on the front of the truck, with their upper body in the engine bay. Unbolt the steering shaft, then can get to the vacuum pump bolts. When I pulled mine off, I removed it through the fender well. I removed the liner, then the steering shaft and it was easier to get to the bolts. But, mechanics are on a time crunch, so they lean over the engine bay.
  12. I was planning on deleting the vacuum pump before I bolted on the supercharger. I was planning on drilling and tapping the intake manifold in the back. Screwing a NPT to barbed fitting and plumbing it to the brake booster. I just never got around to doing it. I think you should do it, I bet it'd work great...
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