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Old 09-25-2019, 08:07 AM   #1
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If I would go procharged I'd do it this way , backwards Intake Manifold
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Not sure how you work on the TB and it's associated piping...
But difinitely like the direct drive setup for the procharger. It would be great fun to engineer the drive unit. My cog drive is 1:2 overdriven. The direct drive would need a similar gearing. Very cool...
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Thinking about this alittle I think a planetary gear would be ideal for a drive unit. It would provide the needed overdrive and using the sprag would remove the deceleration shock from the SC.. with a big plus of being compact in size.
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Not sure how you work on the TB and it's associated piping...
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on the TB , your best bet is to leave it drive by wire, On Moparts and Yellow bullet there are guys who have gone with cable driven TBs it can be down wit different bell cranks and linkage.

The Plumbing , you run the main feed from the procharger to Cooler (water works best) the cooler mounts under the dash where most air conditioner/heater boxes would be. one advantage is it moves all that extra weight off the nose of the car/truck and puts behind the fire wall......every pound off from in front of the front wheel is about 7 off the whole car/truck.

one of the things I was looking in to for awhile there with the "drag truck" was to turn the Manifold around and set up an Air box off of the cowl...still on the back burner.

Kenn Bell has picked up some HP with their demon set up by utilizing a rearward TB opening
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I wonder how they came to the decision to mount the intake manifold backwards....... Back in the old days I knew a guy that used to dirt race on a oval track somehow they decided to install the Pistons facing the wrong direction and they picked up gobs of horsepower and they were beating the competition so bad they would take him through the inspection process tear his engine apart and see that the Pistons in backwards and thought they didn't know what they were doing.....
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Moving weight from the front to behind the rear axle is the same as moving the eng/trans rearward. Has big advantages. No dash and a removable firewall would give access, but a little radical for street cars. Switching to a chill water/ice box in the bed would be advantageous both in moving weight and creating denser inlet .... air...
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Yes l get that..... But you're not moving that much weight putting the intake manifold on backwards.....
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Agreed, the cooling system is moved rearward, but the SC/drive is added to the front. So it is a compromise..
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on the TB , your best bet is to leave it drive by wire, On Moparts and Yellow bullet there are guys who have gone with cable driven TBs it can be down wit different bell cranks and linkage.

The Plumbing , you run the main feed from the procharger to Cooler (water works best) the cooler mounts under the dash where most air conditioner/heater boxes would be. one advantage is it moves all that extra weight off the nose of the car/truck and puts behind the fire wall......every pound off from in front of the front wheel is about 7 off the whole car/truck.

one of the things I was looking in to for awhile there with the "drag truck" was to turn the Manifold around and set up an Air box off of the cowl...still on the back burner.

Kenn Bell has picked up some HP with their demon set up by utilizing a rearward TB opening
Just verifies the advantage that comes from cowl induction. Gobs of non turbulent fresh air for the taking at any speed.
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