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    Just a little update...Shh!

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    Default A little more "how you goin"

    Feels much the same unless your bashing on the limiter. Needs a smaller s/c pulley!
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    Neat job.
    That's only 75kw more than mine!

    Stand back when you fit the smaller drive wheel to the charger.
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    That's the issue with that style of supercharger, you need to build the revs to get the boost, unlike a turbo which can deliver max boost from a lower RPM. Maybe rethink the proposed gearbox ratios?

    This is a very good watch, comparing supercharged and turbo on an MX5.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0NMCMcdVp4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capago View Post
    Feels much the same unless your bashing on the limiter.
    Wow - Looks great. But how can that much power feel "much the same"?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard W View Post
    Wow - Looks great. But how can that much power feel "much the same"?!
    Probably because the power comes on so late..yes its linear like the supercharger isnt there. Im also used to driving a car ive recently sold, had a g6e turbo. 220rwkw 500 odd nm, you feel that!

    maybe not what i was expecting as petert refers to the video. Was expecting a quicker rise in boost then holding steady. I could spin it up faster with a different pulley then cap the boost, another option.

    At the moment, im ironing out some issues, s/c belt slipping which means i need to move/modify the lower rad hose, barely any clearance with a 5pk belt need to run a 6pk. TPS is dicky too, twice it has caused the haltech to spit the dummy and throw P0123. Thinks its wide open throttle then wont fire, also i suspect the cause of what i thought was a bad tune, poor idle and big hesitation. Comes good after the code is cleared for a short time anyway.
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