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Old 08-31-2005, 12:25 AM   #21
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So....is this a voice of experience? How does ZZP "inject" the air from the turbo into the intake? Does it come after or before the super? Or should I just email zoomer and see if he'll tell me....
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How does ZZP "inject" the air from the turbo into the intake?
Err...by turning the turbine with the exhaust...
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So....is this a voice of experience? How does ZZP "inject" the air from the turbo into the intake? Does it come after or before the super? Or should I just email zoomer and see if he'll tell me....
To answer the question the easy way - before. But the two chargers are never in use at the same time. The supercharger is used at first and then once the tubro is fully spooled the supercharger'* bypass valve is opened and the turbo is used.
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Does the boost from the turbo go through the charger? Or through the bypass valve? I don't know if I understand.....
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It basically goes through the bypass. But really the whole superchargers care itself is compressed. You have to remember that a turbo compresses air while a roots type subercharger is just moving air.
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