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My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 3:12 am
by FalconGTHO
ImageInteresting. Actually, I wasnt aware of these previous vehicles with clutched s/cs before. Funny how Ive never seen it before now or that none of the Tech writers mentioned these at the time the MR2 came out. Anyway, we only needed the MR2 to know that yes indeed, a clutched system can and does exist. However, making one on your own and STILL being "movie correct" I.E. functioning Scott injection, 6/71 case, etc is another matter entirely. Build it, make it work and you could charge admission just to see it.

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 5:27 am
by mfpmax
Making it movie correct is definately gonna be a task in itself. My dream doesn't involve being movie correct, I just want that sucker working and sticking out of my hood...

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 5:36 am
by MFP559
A replica with a genuine "600 horses at the wheels" -now there's somethin' we all wanna see! Get that blower pumpin!

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 10:30 am
by mfpmax
How much underdriven are the pullies on the movie cars anyway...I mean...the size they would be underdriven if they were functional.

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 11:29 am
by Brianesff
Need more info.





What size engine?


What size and type of super charger?


How much max. boost do you want?


Pump gas or race fuel?





Roots type superchargers displace a set volume per revolution.


A 3 lobe 4-71 displaces 275cu & a 3 lobe 6-71 is 410cu.





Remember a 4 stroke 351 displace 175 per revolution.





Supercharger index and pricing.


http://www.superchargersonline.com/superchargers.asp





Many more links to come.

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:33 pm
by mfpmax
Oh god...that link...is heaven! Thank you Brian

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2002 2:32 pm
by Brianesff


Let me know if there are any dead links.

Like I was saying.



ASPA products - will beat any online prices

http://www.ASPATechnologies.com/


CAPA Products

http://www.capa.com.au/main.htm

Eaton Superchargers (Ford Supplier)

http://www.capa.com.au/eaton.htm



Electric Supercharger (low boost & low cost)

1 psi/$299

http://www.electricsupercharger.com/

& Pricing info

http://www.electricsupercharger.com/www-electricsupercharger-com/eramselect.chk



6-71 series intercooler

http://www.superchiller.com/pages/671_1471.html



High Performance Fuels & Additives

http://www.goemerchant7.com/index.cgi?PageToView=catalog&Department=81051&Cartid=22881038866139&Merchant=highfuelsn&ExpandedDepts=



Holden Supercharger index

http://www.fefcholden.org.au/techinfo/supercharge/index.html

Clutch chapter 9

http://www.fefcholden.org.au/techinfo/supercharge/norman9.html



Super Stallion

http://www.mustang-gt.com/gt/FWN/superstallion.htm



Super Stallion Supercharger Hydraulic Clutch system

http://freespace.virgin.net/james.lovatt/mustang13.htm

Super Stallion eng pics

http://freespace.virgin.net/james.lovatt/mustang8.htm



Turbo parts

http://www.turboneticsinc.com/catalog/



Turbos/ forced induction index

http://www.turbofast.com.au/



Turbo related links

http://www.turbofast.com.au/links.html



Racing Fuel FAQ

http://www.medfordfuel.com/frequently_asked_questions.htm



FORCED INDUCTION - A NEW APPROACH

http://www.turbotechnics.com/supercharger/expo.htm



A couple other low boost electric Superchargers

http://www.turbodyne.com/products/1500.html

http://www.turbodyne.com/products/2500.html

3.5-5.6 psi



Huge list

http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~don_s/superchargers.htm



TRD Supercharger info

http://www.gadgetonline.com/Super.htm


My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2002 3:33 pm
by mfpmax
Oh please no mention of the Electric Supercharger guys...the orignal scam artist!





"I smell electrical burn"





Too bad the forum doesn't parse URLs so I can click on them or something.





YEAH! Roots intercooler...need that, so many people don't know about these. Its amazing people don't know that the Ford Lightning and the new Mustang Cobra both are intercooled...sad shame.

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2002 5:38 am
by Brianesff
I don't have any first hand knowledge about the electric superchargers, but you get what you pay for.





If I went electric, I'd rather have the biggest DC motor that would fit in an empty 6-71 case. It could be part time power assist with a few batteries and a one way/over rider type clutch on the crankshaft.


That's one way to keep the movie correct appearance.





Copy and pasting works OK but I wish it would parse them too. It works on other forums.





The factory set ups all seem to have intercoolers these days. The Superchiller is supposed to be worth 100HP @ 9psi. The downside is the $1850 cost.

My supercharger setup re: Huge scott update.

PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2002 10:15 am
by mfpmax
The problem with the electrics are they draw way too much current...and that one was the first one...everything else is an Ebay scam based off of fans for boat ventialtion.





I'm not sure if GM's usage of the Eatons have intercoolers...but I know Ford has them. But in conversations some people are like "There is no such thing as intercooling roots blowers", then they get pointed to the Eaton M112 setup...and the dunce cap is put on.





I think the one thing missing is the hydro-chargers...the superchargers that used fluid to spin them up? I've seen a few, they spin up quick.