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Andrew Lozano 06-28-2017 01:26 AM

2002 Blackwood Modifications?
 
Im looking for a supercharger for my 02 blackwood. 5.4 dohc 4v. Not sure if any HD parts fit or if any cobra parts fit either. Looking for a decent power gain with the 5.4. Wondering if I can get a manual transmission in There as well. Any info would be awesome. Not looking to break her, just make her a beast. I have never seen a tricked out blackwood around any where. :noob:

tarajerame 07-03-2017 01:09 PM

as far as what "parts" fit? for what?



now regarding the manual transmission swap, there's a whole section on Lightning Rodder and that's a lot of money to slow a vehicle down even more than it already is

tarajerame 07-03-2017 01:10 PM

http://www.lightningrodder.com/forum...rd-conversion/

Patman 07-05-2017 12:52 AM

I'd look at doing a 6R80 swap if you're looking at swapping transmissions just for the hell of it

Clayton351 04-02-2018 12:56 PM

I have thought about this as well. I wanted to split an 03-04 cobra lower and adapt the midplate from a lightning blower to it. After that its pretty much the same as any lightning blower swap

tarajerame 04-29-2018 04:15 PM


Originally Posted by Clayton351 (Post 5233706)
I have thought about this as well. I wanted to split an 03-04 cobra lower and adapt the midplate from a lightning blower to it. After that its pretty much the same as any lightning blower swap

till you find out the M112 canít feed the dohc motor

Pacificsvt 09-22-2018 08:47 AM


Originally Posted by tarajerame (Post 5235056)
till you find out the M112 canít feed the dohc motor

canít the m112 feed it when fully ported?

tarajerame 09-22-2018 11:30 AM

not a 5.4 or larger - been proven time and time again


the M112 loses boost as the motor requires more air than it can move in the higher RPMs

Clayton351 09-23-2018 10:31 AM


Originally Posted by tarajerame (Post 5241656)
not a 5.4 or larger - been proven time and time again


the M112 loses boost as the motor requires more air than it can move in the higher RPMs

Still a lot better than NA........


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