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Electric Turbo

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by keehnel1414, Mar 21, 2003.

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  1. keehnel1414

    keehnel1414 Senior Member

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    Hey I was reading a post and i saw someone say something about an electric turbo. I was wonder if this thing is true and how well does it work? How does it work? Is it like a normal turbo, and How much does this thing cost? It sounds like a cool mod and something that i would like to get. Oh one more Question do you have to do anything else to the car so that it can handle the amount of boost.

    Thanx alot.

    PS: you guys are a great resource thanks for whoever puts this site together and runs it. Two thumbs way up!!!!!!1 :D
     
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    most are crap, theres one I've seen called the e-ram that at least looks a little more legit but I would never get it or use it since its still probably BS.
     
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    oh bummer, I thought this thing was for real :( Thanks for the help
     
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    If you see a $30 "electric turbo" on eBay, it's probably a hair dryer.

    Go with the real thing.
     
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    lol or a boat fan, hell once i even saw a guy trying to sell an exhaust fan on ebay (like the one in the bathroom)
     
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