So you're saying it would be something like this, that I have seen on a Subaru years back:Won't be mounted on the intake manifold and will be intercooler much like a turbo.
I'm not sure if it is or not - I think that's just the output of the blower going into the piping that feeds down and around to the intercooler...if it's mounted to that...that's even scarier. I think I see some bracketry there that holds it in place to the engine, though with all the tension from the belt, you best hope it's some **** beefy stuff.not too wise ..mounted to the chassis while the motor moves ?? Looks like he's going similair route to what we did with my buds del sol though we were using the 63 case I think it was .. definately going to be a fun build to watch
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It'd be **** near impossible in all honesty. At least for this kind of engine.I mean it could've been a way to do it, but it would've required way too much work on the intake side compared to having it this way.
Yeah - the LSJ intake manifold is a beast, and I'd expect something similar would be needed for adequate cooling.yeah, with the lack of space, needing a custom fuel rail, evap purge having to be relocated and even then, I'm not sure there would be enough room.
They're relatively commonplace now in some of the German brands - but they're 48V so they actually do something. The 12V ones don't do anything at all other than make the alternator work harder.An electric supercharger, that actually compresses air?
I gotta see that.