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Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 9:34 pm 
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electric superchargers work heaps good, ive tested them all and they deliver POWA


Are you serious?


yeah they work great, reducing the vacuum in the inlet, POWA for free to be had

we tested them with NOS also, the POWA blew the welds on the intake


You can't be serious..

 

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Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 10:35 pm 
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I think he took something from you, I think it was the Piss!

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Froudey wrote:
ltd351T wrote:
98el16 wrote:
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electric superchargers work heaps good, ive tested them all and they deliver POWA


Are you serious?


yeah they work great, reducing the vacuum in the inlet, POWA for free to be had

we tested them with NOS also, the POWA blew the welds on the intake


You can't be serious..


everyone rags on them but we ported the tube and polished the propeller, the sound was different you could just tell it was better.

 

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ok, your a funny man if your making a funny but if your not? then i don't know what to think, but it is funny every way you look at it.
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Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:12 pm 
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data_mine wrote:
A 4L I6 @ 5000RPM consumes just short of 30,000cfm

how sure are you about this??

when i looked at the math, i got around 350cfm (10000l/m), thats even at 100% VE...

 

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I used an online calculator, maybe it's borked.

I used this one:
http://www.ajdesigner.com/phpengine/eng ... w_rate.php

243ci
5000rpm
83% VE
and I rounded up to 30000

 

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In theory an electric charger would work though wouldn't it?

 

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In theory for sure.

But when you think a top fuel dragster blower takes several HUNDRED KW to even run it, you'd need an electric motor of similar power to have the same effect.

100KW from 12V would equal 8333Amperes - try get an alternator to run that.

 

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data_mine wrote:
I used an online calculator, maybe it's borked.

I used this one:
http://www.ajdesigner.com/phpengine/eng ... w_rate.php

243ci
5000rpm
83% VE
and I rounded up to 30000

I got ...
air flow rate = 351.5625 foot^3/minute
...using 100% VE.
Try "1" for 100% instead of 100.
I don't think theres a turbo in the world big enough for 10,000% VE :lol:

 

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leaf blowers unite.....rolling in my honda, ice ice baby.....yeah

in my hood we represent, lectrik blowers FTW.

the G tech says we were faster with the blower, even faster with the NOS...

 

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I don't think theres a turbo in the world big enough for 10,000% VE :lol:


O RLY?
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data_mine wrote:
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I don't think theres a turbo in the world big enough for 10,000% VE :lol:


O RLY?
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that is tiny .................. :P i want to see what that came off... large airplane perhaps.......no? a mining truck???

 

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that would take forever to spool up on a 4 ltr lol
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Froudey wrote:
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I don't think theres a turbo in the world big enough for 10,000% VE :lol:


O RLY?
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that is tiny .................. :P i want to see what that came off... large airplane perhaps.......no? a mining truck???


it is most probably off a ship engine

 

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