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BigTony
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BigTony Sep 21, 2:16am - #280515 

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electric supercharger?


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Greymour
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Greymour Sep 21, 2:48am - #280516 
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theoretically it could work, depending how powerful the turbnine in there is... i personally wouldn't trust it
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Brian63
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Brian63 Sep 21, 2:49am - #280517 

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Don't do it. thumbsdown
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sbocaj55
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sbocaj55 Sep 21, 2:54am - #280518 

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Originally Posted by Greymour
theoretically it could work, depending how powerful the turbnine in there is... i personally wouldn't trust it


I agree...it makes sense...but...honestly...unless it's from a company that is renound for true-cut Performance... thumbsdown
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 21, 4:10am - #280519 
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If it was actually capable of compressing air it would need to spin about 100,000 rpms & I have never heard of an electic motor that can do that. Your not blowing up an air matresses here, the thing should be about 5 times the size & made out of metal before I would even say maybe.
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Clos
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Clos Sep 21, 4:13am - #280520 
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thumbsdown dont be dumb, dont waste the money for something that is bullshit thumbsdown
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shoulin
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shoulin Sep 21, 4:16am - #280521 

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that could make more slugg than speed...

when the engine rotates faster and faster it is sucking air in by its pistons moving down creating a vacume, at hi rpm it could be trying to draw more air in than that fan could deliver, thus it would be like shoving a big softball in your Intake when you hit high rpm...

,... i wouldnt do it, "anything that seems to good to be true, is"
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Sultan
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Sultan Sep 21, 4:28am - #280522 

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ohboy - just say no...
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 21, 4:38am - #280523 
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Originally Posted by Sultan
ohboy - just say no...


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GOLDCELICA
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GOLDCELICA Sep 21, 4:41am - #280524 

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ohboy you get what you pay for.

Originate, Innovate, Never Imitate. Since 2000-04.
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JBing
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JBing Sep 21, 4:51am - #280525 

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Not to mention it'll sound like a leaf blower is under the Hood spineyes

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falkkor
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falkkor Sep 21, 6:25am - #280526 

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Dont do it smile

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