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  1. ajwheels's Avatar Established Member
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    Now here's a classic piece of speed equipment which saw numerous applications over the years...........and to this day............the S.Co.T (Supercharger Co. of Turin) blower, along with a pair of Stromberg 97's.............widely used on Ford flatheads, this example is intended for a flathead with the Ardun overhead valve cylinder heads.......always been a favorite of mine............

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    Attached Images Attached Images S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-ardun-1-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-ardun-2-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-ardun-3-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-ardun-4-jpg 
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    Sweet........hmmm.
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    Now that's what I'm talking about. That would be a great addition to the parts store.
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    Tony, we are going to have to talk about getting some of your stuff into RP S.Co.T Blower........... . I would really like to build one of your flatheads with that blower system.

    Like all the stuff you do Tony, nice really nice!!
    Beware the lollipop of mediocrity, lick it once and you will suck forever.....!!!
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    And here is the same set-up but for the typical performance flathead...........

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    Attached Images Attached Images S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-fh-1-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-scot-fh-2-jpg 
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    Do you also have the Ardun heads modeled also?

    I like the script in the flat head too!!
    Beware the lollipop of mediocrity, lick it once and you will suck forever.....!!!
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  8. ajwheels's Avatar Established Member
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    Ah yes.........I've got a couple of complete Arduns..........4 Strombergs, fuel injected, and soon, blown..............

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    Attached Images Attached Images S.Co.T Blower...........-head-vc-1-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-head-vc-2-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-head-vc-3-jpg  S.Co.T Blower...........-head-vc-4-jpg 
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    Beautiful work, we are glad you joined the site!
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  10. ajwheels's Avatar Established Member
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    Thanks Tage..............I appreciate it.............

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    Your work is incredible! Do you have a good set of 3 view plans for the SCoT huffer?

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  12. ajwheels's Avatar Established Member
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    Hey Doc............sorry, but I've been away, and so I missed your question............I don't have any real dimensions nor 3 view plans for the SCoT blower............I did this model from photos and kind of interpreted what I thought would be correct..............some of my models are just elaborate sketches, and are good as a visual, but would not be so good for making actual parts............I do try and get it as accurate as I can, though.........

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