Tuning a Carburetor-Equipped Supercharged Engine

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Whenever people see a carburetor-equipped supercharged engine in a hot vehicle, they can’t help noticing how impressive it looks, and they wonder how much power it produces. But they also see an engine they think is almost impossible to tune, is not very reliable, and will overheat at the drop of a hat. It doesn’t have to be that way.

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