Littlefield lb22

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  1. td1506

    td1506 Member

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    Anyone have any experience with this blower?
    Looking to upgrade from a older Hi helix 14 71 Littlefield. With some modes.
    Thanks Gary
     
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  2. andy wilfong

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    Call me at the shop, I am a little biased, but I can probably answer your questions
    714-992-9292
     
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    There was a goodnthread on here about a year ago.
     
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  4. Critical Mass

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    Andy, can you share it with the rest of us?
    Joe
     
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    Sorry I haven't responded, been buried at the shop, ok here goes a general difference from a HH retro to an LB -22, right off the bat, there is going to be a 150+ horse power gain, this is due to a lower parasitic loss in turning the supercharger, and less manifold temp, the new superchargers are more efficient, which also increases boost, with our new rotor design we aren't relying on the teflon as much to seal the rotors as with the old blowers, so consistency is better from the first run to many more, meaning your not chasing the blower boost, less restrips.the way we designed them, you can take your retro off and your setback plate off, and bolt the supercharger to the stock location if you desire, the new superchargers even out the cylinders better, setting them back still help that even better though. I hope this helps answer some questions, any others I will be glad to answer to the best of my ability.
     
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    I forgot to add. The LB-22 rotors are 7075 material instead of the standard 6061, which helps in strength and durability
     
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  7. Critical Mass

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    Thanks Andy for the info. I'm going to start looking for one.
    Joe
     
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