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Old 01-29-2009, 11:50 PM   #31
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I'm opening the intake on the throttle body and the supercharger to 75mm and then making sure they match perfectly when put together.
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Nice...straight unobstructed direct flow! Can't wait to see the pictures of the details.
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how did the welding of the whine silencers go?
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Haven't gotten it back yet.
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so what weld did they do...tig, mig, stick or what?

just curious
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Tig welded
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so how does welding the silencers shut increase the whine output?
and does air flow go through the slits now, and if so wouldn't welding them shut reduce flow by a little reducing boost?

I have no idea, just want more info on this before we do this to mine.
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Not sure how it works. Besides, the amount the outlet will be opened will more then offset any air coming from the slits.
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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.
I've thought the same thing, and adding methanol into the mix........????
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Got my snout done.


Hope to have my case back soon so I can get started on that. Then it all goes back together.
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