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Old 10-12-2003, 02:25 AM   #11
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ha! take a high torque motor, gear it to give the right cfm for wot, leave it at that. the other thing i figured out... you can't put a slide switch on a motor... something about it burns it up... that'* no fun.we need to get ahold of a cfm curve for the L27.... someone must have it. then build something to push harder than the engine pulls, gaining like what? 10 hp? i like this one alot and i'd like to see it all calc'd out and figured for sure if it will work.
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dude instead of ever saying "someone" just say "DrJay must have it" heh. Aight so straight from Eaton we get

M62 supercharger: http://automotive.eaton.com/product/...trols/M62.html
M90 supercharger: http://automotive.eaton.com/product/...trols/M90.html

Even has the m45 and m112. Everything you wanna know about them. Flow rates, temperature, power consumption, and yes even blueprints of its layout. Merry x-mas
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Old 10-12-2003, 05:08 AM   #13
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err... I think I read your post wrong tho, hahaha...I'll leave that up for people to read anyway
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we might be able to use that. the eaton has like 100 - 450 cfm, so if we can get that out of an electrical unit.... maybe we've got something...
but how does the eaton relate to a non sc 3800?
if 100 cfm is the inlet flow to the sc, what would it need to be for the inlet of a l27?
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if the eaton take so much power to run, why not look at a different type of SC? I know turbos are made to have very low friction tolerances, does anyone know about Centrifugal SCs?
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could a "squirel cage" type fan be used?
i've felt the intake flow of my car and i know i've got squirel cage fans from furnaces and the like that can top it.

they could probably tripple it, but the are like 15*15*18, are there smaller version available? because i think that would work...
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measured the car, airbox area is 9.5*10*9 l*w*h from the drivers side... might be tight. i'm finding alot of range hoods can do 450cfm, so i'll call my local appliance repair to see some units.
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but the motro would have to b d/c
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the motor doesn't have to be d/c, an electrical inverter converts DC to AC, i figure one of these fans runs at like 100w.. that'* a very cheap inverter. i think my boss has an old range hood fan i can have, custom install, have to rebulde the filter box for space, might end up looking insanley cool.
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what is a sone?
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