Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by eg6sir, Jun 15, 2009.
twincharged d-series.. whaaaa??
Fully built AWD EG Reinforced wagovan tranny + GT28/40 - Honda-Tech
hope so.. i'd like to see what it runs
the cost of novelty and originality is outrageous. a turbo b-series would be faster, easier, and cost wayyyyy less.
I don't see how it will make any more power than if just turbo'd. The blower looks like an eaton m62, which is only efficient to about 250whp on a b series. They just don't flow that much air. I think it will be a beast down low, and then actually actually be a bottleneck in the system at high rpm's. Now if the guy built it into a 2 stage system where both boost at low rmp's, then a valve closes and only routes through the turbo. That would be innovative and work well.
wire it similar to a vtec crossover. interesting.....
And I have a supercharger sitting in my garage, the cash for a turbo, and lots of boredom. hrm....
It says it has a bypass valve.
yea.. they used an Audi throttle body... because it measures at 3 inches
pg. 2 ..post # 27
It seems like the guy has been doing his math, at least if you read about all the work he is doing on the tranny. I'm sure it's the same with his set up.
Sick engine set up..
But.. I see duct tape
holy crap.....the only single cam i would like to own.....
He also said its a CLK m45 I think.
This isn't a new idea. A lot of people are running twin charged systems.
a lot of people have twin turbo setups as well but I still stop and gawk a them. plus as they state most feature turbos feeding superchargers while this one the opposite. And a D Series!?
As long as the supercharger can push more air than the turbo, the supercharger will work.
There's tons of math involved, and I think I'm going to read through this build just as an exercise in the math.
did you guys miss the AWD part?
No. Wagovan transmission, reinforced to the point where it's stronger than the CRV transmission. Or so is the plan.
didnt.. this car is gonna be a beast
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