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Old 09-22-2016, 09:38 PM   #1
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Electric turbo

OK so I have been looking into the electric turbos and have read a pile of reviews saying they are shit. So I want to clear some things up, gain some knowledge, and make a legitimate choice in what I want to do. First off, people buy a $50 eBay electric turbo with a computer fan and expect results, their idiots. Now I have been doing some research and found a company called E-Ram, but unfortunately it seems they have left the business. They offered a turbo that could push a tiny 1.7 psi boost to a small 2.0l 4 cylinder car. That car would obviously sick in more air than my 750 would. In order to achieve that boost, they would have to run a fan that could suck in more air than what the engine itself could. I looked forever to find how much air the 750 engine pulls in through the intake, but found nothing. I am needing this so that I can purchase some sort of fan that outputs more air movement than the engine does. I would really like some feedback, and if your gonna tell me I'm stupid then keep it to yourself. I want to try something new. If you believe that they are shit, it's probably because you strapped a computer fan to your intake. Not the case here. I want to create something legit. I really need to know the measurement of air the shadow 750 pulls in. Thank you all.
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Old 09-25-2016, 06:07 PM   #2
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So an update on plans. I purchased a 70mm edf fan that will act as the electric turbo. The airflow is equivalent to 1250 grams, or 2.75 pounds. I will use a 2.75" filter and hose to at the end of the intake which is where the edf will be installed. I will then neck the hose down from 2.75" to a size that is the same as the carb intake. This will allow the fan to force the air from a 2.75"(70mm) tube down to I think a 38mm tube. In return i think it will allow the air to be compressed as the fan is way more powerful than any eBay electric turbo would be. It is an 800w edf. Cost me $145. I will post pics on the project
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Old 09-25-2016, 11:22 PM   #3
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So instead of the last edf fan, I have found a new one. It is a 70mm fan that will push 46000 Max rpm at 2.1kg thrust which is equivalent to a little over 4 pounds. I think I can obtain a 3 psi boost from this fan if I can get it to operate correctly on a 12v system.
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