nasty610 wrote:Probably going to need a more efficient perturbo exhaust setup. Ever though of building a twin scroll setup? You could always look into a billet wheel for the compressor as well. They decrease spool up quite a bit.
shaggydoink wrote:Do you plan on doing a similar type of body cage for this Trooper?
trooper4kids wrote:I love it AND I'm jealous!! Picking up the body with a trackhoe is flat out unfair!! The rest of us have to figure out some combo of hoists or jacks...
Cronk wrote:Wow! I saw the random posts on Facebook, now I see what they're all about. Pretty cool!
humming wrote:Set it up for anti-lag! Just kidding. How are you going to have it spool at idle? That's got to be the tiniest turbo ever! I'd start to worry about being in a really inefficient(and hot) zone on the compressor map at higher rpm's...
Also, what do you do for an ECM?
humming wrote:So when you close the throttle, then instead of building vacuum, which then would normally open the wastegate, you just keep the wastegate closed, which then keeps the turbo spinning at least a bit.
humming wrote:SAnd I guess even though you are making pressure you'll still hit a limit when the air getting through the throttle at idle chokes and can't flow anymore. The ecu will be able to keep it from getting too lean, though that's gotta use a lot more fuel at idle.
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