pump gas twin screw... then take it to the ragged edge at dyno edge.. :lol:
KB has a very good rep. i've had nothing but good luck with their service dept. etc.. let me know if you want a direct contact there.. keep in mind power ='s heat anything you are using turbo/supercharger is going to raise the intake air temps.. that is why you use intercooler or aftercooler to control it.. u can also use a super small shot of nitrous to cool everything off as well.Any solutions to avoid high inlet air temps for the KB that you know of? That sux cuz KB should keep up a good rep!
Turbo cars will make the most power pound for pound of boost. Twin screws will annihilate the tires from 2k rpm up, Centris build boost with rpm. Of course turbo cars are the fastest street cars around these next of the woods.
i agree.. should have said blower not just twin screw.... you guys are making me want to go drive my cobra.. :lol:Big motor with a YSI is ****IN hard to beat ask me how I know Scott. I HAVE never had a car jump out on one of my bikes until I raced this zo6 I've molested whipped and KB cobras on my cbr600 from low rolls say 30-40.
me either...lol... she is making sure the concrete in the garage doesn't move..lolLol you have a cobra still I haven't seen that thing or heard of it in YEARS
you should look into procharger.. Chris Groves is a dealer.. (dyno edge)See now you made it worse now I'm looking up a ysi blower lol just another thing to debate about hahahaha the blower is it a vortec ysi???
Thanks man. It looks like ass now that it fell over and got all scratched up right before the final.
it's high.. but you won't have to run the blower as hard to make power and that will lower the intake air temps as well.. all you are doing with any power adder is tricking the motor into thinking it is bigger than it is and making it more efficient ..you've said it twice about the compression ratio 11.0:1 is pretty good i'm assuming.