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Old 29-11-2006   #1
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turbo boost

hi does anyone know if these things are safe to put in ur car without damaging the enguine?????

iv asked the guy but its not likely he would tell the truth if it was dodgy lol
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Re: turbo boost


you shouldnt even need to ask

it reduces your power because a tiny 12v fan cant spin fast enough to meet the needs of the engine, so rather than increasing air pressure as planned, the fan actually becomes a source of restriction to induction during acceleration. even the average max power reader should know that.

an electric super charger that actually worked would need its own power supply, and it would need to be bloody big, and it would cost thousands.
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