It is stamped as 05WAT +1/4. No other markings. Would like to know who built it and speak with them about using it with a new combination.
Abruzzi I believe.
Yep should be an Abruzzi, should work good behind a decent 582 and also good throttle stop racing
Do the mfgs get some kind of sadistic pleasure out of NOT clearly identifying their products?
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Yes they do!
LOL it may seem that way but definitely not!
We stamp all our new converters FTI-month(letter, number,number) followed by the part number.
Some part number examples:
SS8### is a 8" converter, SSW### is a 9", PM10-### is a 10". These are all custom converters that use custom FTI stators that we labeled with 2 numbers(88, 93, 89, 96, etc.) so an 8" would be SS895# or for a 10" PM10-19#. The last character is a letter to denote interior fin angle styles( A, B, C) so a possible 9" part number is SSW93B.
Hopefully that KIND OF clears up some possible confusion for our stuff.
Happy new year everyone! we'll back open tomorrow.
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It is an Abruzzi 9" built for 565-598 BBC (~950-1000hp) 1/4 mid plate. Hope that gives you some info. You can always call Marco.
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Thanks to all for the information. Will make time to call Marco for more specifics. My simple mind thinks it would be a reasonable request for ALL the manufacturers to etch or stamp their name onto each converter. However help on this forum did make solving the mystery easy enough. Happy New Year to all y'all. Go DAWGS!!
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