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Old 03-23-2015, 11:45 AM   #1
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12 Valve

Sir,

How will the Switch Blade work on a 12v? For say the one in my sig?

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Jody
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Old 03-24-2015, 01:14 PM   #2
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I wish I could answer your question, as I have one that I can't seem to get working correctly, or maybe they don't work at all.

Would you like to buy it as I'm about to give up on it.

Smoky, slow to spool, high EGTs and low boost numbers.

I waiting for a phone call to help figure it out.

Blaylock keeps saying that my camshaft is causing problems and that the higher compression pistons are the problem etc, etc.
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Old 03-26-2015, 09:39 PM   #3
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I wish I could answer your question, as I have one that I can't seem to get working correctly, or maybe they don't work at all.

Would you like to buy it as I'm about to give up on it.

Smoky, slow to spool, high EGTs and low boost numbers.

I waiting for a phone call to help figure it out.

Blaylock keeps saying that my camshaft is causing problems and that the higher compression pistons are the problem etc, etc.
Sorry to hear,

Yes, I realize I could call them. I believe that i'm asking a question that many could use the answer to. I love the concept behind their product, but it doesn't seem that the product is out there much and on one othe threads, the guy used it on a 24v. I would love to see more test mules. Heck, if it is what they say, I wouldn't mind speaking to them about my truck being a test mule, and made the first as a compound setup...Good luck and if things change, post'em up!

Thanks,

Jody
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