Vortech V-3 V-2 V-1 SI Centrifugal Supercharger mockup model
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Finally a dimensionally accurate Vortech supercharger mockup model.
Perfect for printing and mocking up install space and orientation for your next custom supercharger build.
This model applies to the V-1, V-2, V-3 SI Vortech supercharges, obviously the differences between versions is (straight cut/vs helical cut gear) & (Self lubricated/vs external). Details are on Vortech website.
This model includes both the CW and CCW compressor housing. And accept a 3/4" keyed shaft for pulley fitment. In my application I purchased some 3/4" key shaft and adhered into the printed model for mock-up. The compressor and gearbox are empty and designed for structural mockup
Included is also the basic dimensional drawing from Vortech so the correct holes can be tapped for proper fitment and testing.
Model will probably need to be sliced in half for printing, large STL files included for detail.
Printed using Z-Ultra for reduced warping during printing.
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