no, a fan spinning FROM air flow, will not speed up THE SAME air or cause any suction, the only thing it will do is impede the air flow because you are decreasing the speed of the air by making that energy from the Intake
airflow spin a turbine.. to move the turbine the air is being impeded and transferring it's energy to the turbine, which spins the turbine and slows down the airflow, that's just basic physics, (it's like trying to lift something using it's own weight.. it just won't work, simple laws of thermal dynamics. Energy transferred can never be 100% efficient because you lose energy through heat, sound, and friction, Law of deminishing returns, it's why a perpetual motion machine is impossible). There is no way this thing does anything, you can't PUSH air with a FAN that is USING the air you are trying to push to spin itself... The reason a turbo works is because it's using WASTED air flow (exhaust) to power the turbo.. you can't just stick a spinning fan in your Intake
and use airflow to spin a fan, anyone who has ever taken ANY physics class should be laughing at this idea. The web site is designed to sound like they know what they are saying to people with no clue, but they are totally full of it. This is like pseudo science BS...
Think of it this way.. could you make a twin engine jet fly faster by putting an UNPOWERED fan on the front it?... NO [ 05-12-2003, 10:59 PM: Message edited by: FX-MAN ]