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post #11 of 20 Old 09-22-2012, 05:01 PM
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I've bn working on a turbo brute project myself as well. The only thing I havnt got done yet is how ad Wat did u do to prep the carbs for blow thru application?

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I've bn working on a turbo brute project myself as well. The only thing I havnt got done yet is how ad Wat did u do to prep the carbs for blow thru application?
like me easy stuff first and left the head fu#k for last

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How bout encaseing the entire carbs in some sort of pressurized box so the pressures still work in relation to each other for the venturi to work .

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That's what I've done in the past on other projects. But if u look at pics of camo's v it looks like I just sits on top like a factory box. I wonder if he's running aftermarket carbs set up for blow thru?

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na stock 32mm carbs even with my plenum and carbs sent to ray then back to me i still couldnt sort it and i tryed for yrs




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That looks good. Does that box just sit on top of the carbs like factory? And Wat problems were u still having with it?

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I've bn working on a turbo brute project myself as well. The only thing I havnt got done yet is how ad Wat did u do to prep the carbs for blow thru application?
Everything in the carbs that was normally vented to atmosperic pressure now has to be vented to boost pressure. The bowl vents HAVE to be plummed to a pitot tube that is directly in the air stream of your charge tube. All tee's and fittings have to be sealed to hold the boost your going to run.
Pitot tube size will vary and you have to play with it to it right, so you can go from 2 to 30psi of boost without changing jets.
3/8" thin wall tube is what I usually start with.
Pitot tube has to be straight of mandrel bent, no fitting's (45 deg or 90 deg ect)
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Troy did you weld in the pitot tube like we talked about?
That fitting on your bowl vent looks to small, what size is it on the ID?
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yea i had 2 other plenum lids made up and had thin wall ally tube welded in with different sizes with hardly no bends just wouldnt work for me this one was my first try before i had any help or seen any pics that tery emailed me to try help me out this complete kit is in the u.s now so se how it turns out how far away is the charger for actuall delivery?

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yea i had 2 other plenum lids made up and had thin wall ally tube welded in with different sizes with hardly no bends just wouldnt work for me this one was my first try before i had any help or seen any pics that tery emailed me to try help me out this complete kit is in the u.s now so se how it turns out how far away is the charger for actuall delivery?
Ya the plenum is the only REAL critical part, but it has to be right. Actually it has to be perfect if you want to be able to change boost without changing jets.

KFX Supercharger is very close. We had to do some upgrades on our CNC equipment, some to make them better for high production and some because I broke stuff, LOL
Machines are making Apex kits now, with a few breaks for some plenum test parts. It's taking a bit of time and we were doing small runs and had made fixturing for one part at a time on S/C stuff. As we're making each batch of parts now, we're making new fixtures and reprogramming all the parts so we're making 4-10 parts at a time so once that's all done, it takes A LOT less of my time loading machines.
Once we have 50 Apex S/C kits machined, we'll switch over to making Kawy parts. I should have or be close to having 50 Apex kits finished by the end of this week.
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