|08-21-2004 11:18 PM|
|comet boy||You lower compression on street engines. Pro Nitro cars run high compression and tons of boost. I have seen a 32 Ford with twin 671 blowers on a y type manifold.|
|08-20-2004 01:23 AM|
|Old School Nut||
yes you can feed a supercherger into another supercharger.
for example, in the peak of pre war supercharging in 1939 mercedes had a crank driven blower pumping into another blower up to 26 pounds of boost! it also produced 483 HP out of 183 CI the setup was very advanced and even featured full throttle fuel enrichment. remember this was in 1939!!!!
|08-17-2004 12:39 AM|
|stuartc||we have turbo and super charged fire engines volvo do them|
|08-17-2004 12:02 AM|
|julmer||Not exactly hot rod stuff but GMC has built turbocharged supercharged diesels for a good, long time|
|08-16-2004 11:22 PM|
|Super Chevy||this was posted on here before, it should answer your question.|
|08-15-2004 09:04 PM|
I have seen both a twin turbo feeding a supercharger back in late eighties in a nova but the s/c was way overdriven
twin s/cs werent feeding into each other just side by side.
but it can be done with enough money anything is possible.
|08-15-2004 05:26 PM|
|oldschoolrods||I don't think you could get the compression low enough....|
|08-15-2004 02:51 PM|
Turbo AND Super Charging
Is it possible to be running both a Turbocharger AND a Super Charger on a car?
Or how bout 2 superchargers, the first one supercharges the second one?