Forced Induction - Supercharger vs. Turbo Charger
This video was made to describe in moderate detail the differences between
Superchargers and turbo Chargers, as well as describing the
components, advantages, and disadvantages to each. Complementing the
speaking track is a slideshow of related pictures and videos. I hope this
video helps some of you curious up and coming mechanics to better
understand methods of forced induction. Please comment maturely, and
Formula One V6 turbo: 2014 Rules Explained
Transforming Formula One: 2014 Rules Explained: CGI Clip
A new clip from Red Bull sees Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel explain
the 2014 Formula One regulations -- which are arguably the most complex the
sport has ever seen.
At the start, thousands of car parts simultaneously assemble around Dan to
form the RB10.
As Dan races to catch up Seb in his RB9, the World Champion's car becomes
transparent while travelling at full speed. The film then presents a visual
sequence that shows the 2014 regulation changes taking shape and coming to
life, as Seb's car transforms into an RB10.
As well as providing information on the new technical changes for 2014, the
clip also presents a unique view of the technology at work inside this
year's Formula One cars.
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The 450 HP Crawford Performance Turbo BRZ - /TUNED
We love the FRS and BRZ twins; they offer an approachable limit of
performance and phenomenal dynamics in an affordable package. And we
learned earlier this season that a bolt-on turbo kit will add to the FRS's performance
without taking away from it's character. But what happens when you double
the BRZ's horsepower and triple it's
torque? We find out.
Turbo DelSol SOHC D16 472hp/353tq
Scott's turbo D16. Laskey Racing built
motor. Benson Sleeves, Benson Micropolished Crank, Eagle Rods, CP Pistons,
Portflow CNC Ported Head, Supertech Valves Springs and Retainers, Bisimoto
1.2 Cam and Cam Gear, Go-Autoworks turbo
Manifold, BorgWarner T3 S362 with S200 Race Cover making it a S262, Tial
44mm Wastegate, Tial 50mm BOV, Edelbrock Victor X Intake Manifold, BR Fab
Catchcan Setup, Central Performance Custom Intercooler Piping, Bell 4.5" Core Intercooler, Full Custom 3" Exhaust With Removable Axleback Section
with Interchangeable Straight Pipe and Magnaflow Sections, Gearspeed
Treatment on Stock Transmission also installed a Quafe LSD, Stock Axles.
16" Rota Slipstreams 205/40/16 Falken Azenis.
Car was tuned by Tampa Mike in Mobile Alabama
The Metal Popping sound ended up being the cam. It broke at the cam gear
snapping the woodruff key in half and sheering the end of the cam off.
10sec 1G Auto AWD DSM 10.3@132mph Going for a ride in the little auto on Snow tires ECMLink V3
Combo as of now:
-FP68HTA turbo looks just like a
-ER 2.3 (Eagle Wiseco) 9.0
-HKS 272 (old School )
-Stock EVO beehive springs
-light ER head port work
-ETS race FMIC
-ER Cold air intake
-FIC 1650cc injectors
-DSM Link V3 Speed Density Omni 4 bar map
-255hp fuel pump with a 255hp inline
-Ported EVOIII O2 Housing
-FP Race Exhaust Manifold
-3in Down Pipe only
-Stock Intake manifold
-Internal WG FP HTA Green spiking 33psi holding 30psi
-Electric water pump
-2400lbs 2570 with me in it.
- English Racing Built Auto Transmission with Stock Converter
Rob Hansons English Racing built 619WHP FP3065 1g
Mods that matter
-11:1 Alum rod motor English Racing Built
-Forced Performance FP3065 turbo with
V-band 44mm gate and 3in O2 housing
-3in sleeper TBE
-Ported head done by Jeff Bush
-Kiggly beehive valve springs
-JMF sheet metal intake
-ETS 4in FMIC with 2.5in lower piping and 3in upper
-MAFT Translator with 3.5in GM MAF with no Honey comb
-DSM link for tuning
-RC 1600cc injectors
-twin 255hp pumps with Aeromotive regulator -6 supply and return
-English Racing Built trans with dbl cone 2-4 welded ctr diff
-QM twin disc
Sample set of FIC BlueMax 1750s running with FIC's Easy Tune signal Booster. This test was done with 93 octane
gasoline on a 1995 Eagle Talon with HKS 272 cams running ECMLink V3 for
engine management and using ECMLink's GM MAF integration cable.
This test was done using a beta ECMLink feature to individually adjust
deadtime per cylinder. This helps smooth the idle nicely as you can see.
The Easy Tune signal Booster helps
tremendously. Without this, the car will technically idle, but not nearly
as well. Combine Easy Tune with ECMLink's individual deadtime control and
the car idles absolutely beautifully. Driveability is terrific, throttle
response is great and I've got more fuel than I'll ever need on my little
EVO3 16G turbo. :)
eagle talon drag racing
mitsubishi eclipse eagle talon plymoth laser
The first generation Talon was released in mid-1989 as a 1990 model and ran
through 1994. This era of DSM vehicles is commonly referred to as the first
generation, or "1G" for short. However, there were two 1G styles. The "1GA"
models of 1990-1991 featured pop-up headlights lights and a "6-bolt"
engine, while the "1GB" model of 1992-1994 featured composite style
headlights with integrated turn signals.
The 1993-1994 base model DL was front-wheel drive and used a 92-horsepower 1.8 L engine
(4G37). The ES model (or just the base Talon before 1993) sported a
naturally aspirated 2.0 L 135 hp Mitsubishi 4G63 engine. The TSi and TSi
AWD models used the same engine but added an intercooled Mitsubishi 14b turbocharger producing 11.06 psi of peak Boost from the factory, resulting in
(145 kW) on TSi AWD models. The front-drive TSi produced only 190 due to a
more restrictive Exhaust system, and
the automatics produced 180 due to a 13g turbo. Regardless of trim level turbo lag is severe, however when the turbo "kicks in" the power comes on strong. A
simple modification would be venting the blow off valve (stock of
aftermarket) into the atmosphere which helps the turbo lag and yeilds mid 14 second quater mile
The "6-bolt" engine on all Talons built before April 1992 refers to the
number of bolts connecting the flywheel to the crankshaft. All 1G Talons
built after April 1992.5 received a freer revving "7-bolt" engine borrowed
from the 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution's lighter rods and 7-bolt
crankshaft. These engines are considered the easiest 10 second cars to
date. As seen at Racelegal.com friday night
Two 1/4 mile passes from my talon. First pass was messed up because I let
off and hit the brakes(wish I coasted it out) because the clutch was
slipping. Second pass I let it cool down as much as possible.
e85/c116 mix, stock internals, shep stage 3, dsmlink v3, adfx front mount,
used up act 2600, 24.5 ET drag, turbonetics t58 .58 O-trim turbo, Tial 46mm, China Manifold, RC 1000
injectors Walbro 255.
Special thanks to Carwashman for the great footage.