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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by UDT, Nov 29, 2004.

  1. UDT

    UDT Senior Member

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    LOOK




    Heres a quote


    Benefits of Remote Mounting





     
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    Prowler Super Moderator

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    just seems like you waste a lot of power pressurizing the intake pipe. that's a lot more air to push up to 7psi than with a 3 ft pipe.
     
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    UDT Senior Member

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    Thats exactly what i was thinking.

    With that said, if the pros out weighs the cons then it might not be such a bad idea, i mean theres no question that the whole setup will run cooler.
     
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    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    -wont pass emmissions, no muffler
    -will lag like crazy from having to push the air 408975987 feet to the front of the car.
    -better traction by putting more weight in the rear? :bo:
    -good luck with lowered cars, now you wont be scraping your muffler on the groud, you'll be scraping your turbo all up.
     
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    TommyTheCat Gonzo Scientist

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    Man, they really like to think differently:

    "At the smallest point where the gasses exit and hit the turbine wheel, the hole is no bigger than about 1" in diameter....So sticking larger diameter pipes and high flowing headers doesn't make lots of sense when you have a 1" tailpipe hole."

    "So if you are only concerned with Peak Dyno Numbers the supercharger does produce good "Peak" numbers, but if you want "Full Boost" across a broader RPM range along with those high "Peak" Dyno numbers. The Turbocharger is a better solution." (note: they generalize all SC's from just centrifugal types performance)
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    that is fucking retarded.

    and who the fuck uses a triple underscore for a filename??
     
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    Yea, this is quite possibly the GAYEST Thing to ever be produced. I'd most likely buy a fucking electric supercharger before I bought this damn thing.
     
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    um it would hot the intake pipe is run alongside the tail pipe all the way to the front of the car and at 4-6hrs you can install a bolt on kit. and what are there plans for oil run 15 foot lines? intake air? dirt filled crap? wet days then what?
     
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    They have it on a tacoma blowing threw the md and water to prove it was safe. Thres video on there web site of it.

    Not to defend there product.
     
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    It's a joke. Waste of $3K.
     
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    ya it a video of 2mint in mudf and rain what about when you hit a large puddle and when the filter is not 100 brand newand freshly oiled
     
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    ya the testamonials are crap
     
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