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Old 01-29-2009, 10:00 PM   #21
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Got a lot done on the throttle body today. I should have it all done tomorrow, I hope. I should have pictures of that this weekend.
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Got any ideas on cooling the air /fuel mixture even furture?
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Yep, I have a intercooler on my list. Possibly this year.
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That takes care of the air, now the fuel is another thing all together. I've seen water aspirated cooling on turbos wander if that works on superchargers as well?
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I plan to change my fuel rails so they don't go over the supercharger. This will cool the fuel a bit. Or are you talking about injecting water vapor in to the air intake?
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YES Thats what I was looking at now I remember. The washer resivoir was used for the water and injected ever so slightly into the ??air tube??.
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I have seen that. But I'm not sold on the thought of injecting water in to a supercharger. Not sure what effect that would have on the rotors coating.
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Guess I'll have to grab any old */c from work and give it a try yaa.
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I might try it some day. But I think it'* better to improve flow.
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Dan - When you port the intake, are you just planing on cleaning up the casting and the roughness or are you planing on opening the hole a determined amount?
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