Cord, this is only a question so bare with me.....Cord said:Looks nice but a few points.
Assuming the 2 inlets into the intercooler are the same 2 pipes coming off the turbo's.-
Where the piping exits the supercharger it just seems to end straight behing the intercooler piping, surely you should be able to see some kind of joint or bend? And it would need valves somewhere to stop the supercharger simply blowing it's air back out through the turbo's. Either that or piping going from outlet of supercharger into inlets of turbo's to blow through them.
Sorry I'm in a picky mood today!!
Doesnt matter where the charger sits, its just a screw style charger like most are.psd1 said:Definately looks strange. That appears to be a roots style supercharger that normally sits on top of the intake manifold and forces the air/fuel into the engine...how would this set-up work?
Look at the pic on the wall in the background Steve - aint that 2 x 1 way valves stopping reverse flow?SteveN said:Matt- Possibly, but they need to be a 1way valve to seperate the turbos from the charger, and them ones look like they after that join.
Actually, welcome to TAS 2000! Time flies in repost land. LOL!Fuggles said:Did they ever get it working properly? This picture is three years old at least but I don't ever recall it actually working properly.