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    Does anyone have any desgins or god forbid an actual bracket for oh let's say a A-trim sitting around? Anyone have any blank desgins that aren't fab'd for a specific S/C but have the right dimensions for where the A/C goes on the s-series? Help greatly appreciated & thx.
    [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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    Comon, someone has to have one. I know that there have been a number of S/C setups done.
    [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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    • #3
      I don't know who's car this is wink wink

      www.cardomain.com/id/sp1k3

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      • #4
        Sweet chris. Do you have the dimensions or could I get you to make a etching or something on paper of the mount so I could fab it? Maybe I could give ya some $$$ to get one made for me? Also, is the second pulley near the TCC really needed or could the mount be modified so that the S/C sits lower or closer to the original A/C pulley location? Or is it just the difference in diameter of the pulleys that makes it necessary? Thanks for the photos.
        [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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        • #5
          Also, I'm familiar with terdbos and how they work but it seems to me that there is a quandry in how to control boost on a supercharger. Don't they normally have an internal actuator valve that performs this function? Or, does it just keep building boost until one lets off the throttle? Also, is it just the pulley size that determines how much boost is made at a given RPM? I would appreciate an info as I have been researching and found no adequate explanations.
          [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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          • #6
            The boost on a supercharger is controlled mainly by the pulley size.
            07 Redline w/ stuff.<br /><br />89 Civic hatch w/o stuff.<br /><br />96 SL2 that dont need stuff.

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            • #7
              Yeah, that is what I was thinking. Seems that the S/C doens't achieve full boost until almost redline. Partial boost occurs and builds proportionally with rpm modified by pulley size. I wish I could find some equations that would allow me to determine what boost would be achieved with a given pulley size on a specific S/C.
              [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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              • #8
                The idler pulley is needed or the belt will slip once you start making more then 5psi of boost. I'm running SDA NA cams so the ruff idle wasn't helping the belt when it was running at idle.

                There should be some brackets made over winter. The equation for impeller speed is on the vortech website.

                Like it was said boost is linner since it's driven by your surp belt.
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                • #9
                  Thnx. I knew that the increase was linear because of the way it operates but I didn't know there were eqns on the vortech site. derrr...... Pls, pls, pls, let me know when you get some brackets made or info on them chris. I can get $$$ out supa fast. Alternatively if you can get a life sized pic/etching of on that would work just as well. Thx for the help.
                  [quote author="shortbus"]Stage 2 is great. Its covered by warranty, better fuel economy, the eaton screams louder so deer wont jump onto the road, it makes girls get wet, and the emissions produced will not kill songbirds or melt glaciers.[/quote]<br />[quote author="retardpartol"]...who is sober and noton any kind of intoxication whether is be ibuprophin[/quote]<br />LSJ phun

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                  • #10
                    The impeller speed calculation is at the bottom of the page.

                    http://www.vortechsuperchargers.com/pro ... mance.html
                    www.cardomain.com/id/sp1k3

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