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[turbobike] Re: Hey shammar

Anthony Seacer (rawant@webtv.net)
Thu, 8 Jul 1999 01:00:39 -0700 (PDT)

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NNNNNaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!! These turbo units actually have a horizontally
positioned cylinder over the shaft, taking the place of the exhaust
turbine housing, and turbine. This cylinder has hydraulic fluid hose
fittings. The system uses some kinda hydraulic pump to force fluid into
the cylinder, in which the fluid flows in a circular motion as would the
exhaust turbine if it were used. Hi tech huh. I also saw the little
motors that your speaking of. The bad thing about those is they're only
good for 1 pound.           Hey my bike comes stock with 130 main jets.
I don't know if thats 0,130" or some other 130 but I have A set of 140s
in my grubby little paws as we speak. I also have a carbon fibre air box
that Im gonna adapt to hold boost pressure. Pretty trick huh. Oh yea I
dont know why but Im getting boost in neutral by just revving the motor,
is that normal?


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--WebTV-Mail-25112-2798 Content-Disposition: Inline Content-Type: Message/RFC822 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7Bit Received: from mailsorter-102-1.iap.bryant.webtv.net (209.240.198.98) by postoffice-232.iap.bryant.webtv.net with WTV-SMTP; Wed, 7 Jul 1999 05:30:15 -0700 (PDT) Return-Path: Received: from ns.nsk-corp.com (smtp.nsk-corp.com [38.155.111.2]) by mailsorter-102-1.iap.bryant.webtv.net (8.8.8/ms.graham.14Aug97) with SMTP id FAA05335 for ; Wed, 7 Jul 1999 05:30:14 -0700 (PDT) From: shammar@nsk-corp.com Received: by ns.nsk-corp.com; (5.65v4.0/1.3/10May95) id AA17604; Wed, 7 Jul 1999 08:39:15 -0400 Received: from lnsa4028.nsk-corp.com by mailgate.nsk-corp.com (5.65v4.0/1.1.10.5/07Oct97-0216PM) id AA26088; Wed, 7 Jul 1999 08:39:09 -0400 Received: by lnsa4028.nsk-corp.com(Lotus SMTP MTA v4.6.4 (830.2 3-23-1999)) id 852567A7.0044580B ; Wed, 7 Jul 1999 08:26:29 -0400 X-Lotus-Fromdomain: NSK-CORP To: rawant@webtv.net (Anthony Seacer) Message-Id: <852567A7.00445602.00@lnsa4028.nsk-corp.com> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 08:26:23 -0400 Subject: Re: Hey shammar Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; Boundary="0__=asxymMwiL3WyFuHNF8kqFENmmMiHOw40xlcXpcpT0H5wd9VrNQpcpv9v" Content-Disposition: inline --0__=asxymMwiL3WyFuHNF8kqFENmmMiHOw40xlcXpcpT0H5wd9VrNQpcpv9v Content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: inline I have my main jet drilled out to 0.128" in the FJ. That's almost into the root of the thread, so I think I'm done from there unless I can actually apply pressure to the float bowl and sort of fuel inject it under high boost. You can get a set of number drills from a tool place if you don't have them - they're very handy. I think I got mine from J&L Industrial supply. Where do you live anyway? What's up with these hydraulically driven compressors? Are you talking about the Turbodyne units? I saw them at the SAE show last winter in Detroit, and picked up some literature. These were electrically driven and could be put in the intake tract of any vehicle. They were only good for short blasts since they draw a ton of current (like being on the starter). I sent them an email asking some questions but they never replied (rat bastads). They also has another line of units that included an exhaust turbine, but used an electric motor to spin the turbo up when exhaust energy was not yet available, eliminating or reducing lag. Later. rawant@webtv.net (Anthony Seacer) on 07/06/99 11:40:16 PM To: turbobike@natvideo.com, Bob Shammas/EQA/Nsk-Corp@Nsk-Corp cc: Subject: Hey shammar What size main jet did you say you used in that carb application? Im about at that point now. I found out that there are air jets at the top of the carbs that I need to plug ,in order to get more of a rich mixture. Hey I was thumbing through my Turbo mag and it seems they've come up with hydraulic driven turbo compressors , goodbye exhaust driven compressors, at last. No more heat transference from the hot exhaust driven turbine. I hope they become main stream soon. Talk at you later. THANKS --0__=asxymMwiL3WyFuHNF8kqFENmmMiHOw40xlcXpcpT0H5wd9VrNQpcpv9v Content-type: text/html; name="att1.htm" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="att1.htm" Content-transfer-encoding: base64 Content-Description: Internet HTML PGh0bWw+DQoNCg0KDQo= --0__=asxymMwiL3WyFuHNF8kqFENmmMiHOw40xlcXpcpT0H5wd9VrNQpcpv9v-- --WebTV-Mail-25112-2798--