The day I loaded it into the trailer:
The Eaton mounted up to the 4G15:
Pie cut hot charge pipe. It needed to be pie cut in order to fit in the space between the throttle body and the supercharger intake pipe.
The exhaust I put together:
And obligatory silly sticker on the car:
At the track:
And finally, the time slip:
It's the 3-speed auto. Right lane is me. This is the slowest car I've ever made passes in, by far.
The supercharger project took two weeks to do, including making a crank pulley adapter (using a 1G DSM water pump pulley to drive the charger right now), mounting the charger, making the intake and charge piping, making the exhaust, making a fuel tank, putting a new fuel system in the car, wiring up all the electronics, and then going to the track to race with friends.