177 Superchargers - Small Block Chevrolet
Weiand's Pro-Street Superchargers represent a significant leap in technology for obtaining substantial performance gains while maintaining drive ability and reliability. The 177 Supercharger is very similar to the 6-71 series in style but the 177 is a compact version, allowing you to fit this supercharger under most medium sized cowl induction hoods on trucks and muscle cars. The 177 Series superchargers are engineered to produce 25-40% more power while maintaining excellent drivability!
All Weiand superchargers feature 100% NEW CNC machined parts (no remanufactured components). New thick-wall cases and rotors eliminate high-RPM flex and provide maximum reliability. All superchargers are 100% Boost Tested to help you squeeze the maximum power and efficiency out of your supercharger!
Features & Benefits
Kits Include: Manifold, Blower Assembly, Drive Snout, Pulleys, Belt and Hardware.
Supercharger Troubleshooting Guide
Hi there, can you give me the length of the short snout compared to long snout please.? and does the measurement include the fitted pulley cheers ian
What vacuum fittings will be needed for the two ports on the rear of the intake for my vacuum line on my trans to hook up too and to install a blower gauge???
I have a 1976 Corvette 350ci with JEGS AP 220-65-1 heads and a Weiand 671 supercharger already fitted onto it. I need to put a smaller supercharger onto the engine so I can legally drive it on the road. Will this kit fit my engine and your heads? thanks
Can this system work with a standard 5.7 vortech head and late model block?
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