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Old 11-16-2012, 03:53 PM   #106
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Ride over sooner! About an hour from you? Not many riding days left. Joe
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:00 PM   #107
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I was thinking the same thing if the trask kit only gives you 5 more hp for 500 bucks. its worth dynoing it both ways!
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THink that the idea of the intercooler was not so much for 5 more HP but more for protection from the heat coming off the turbo..
after you dyno it ,need to stick it in a hot box just like h,d did when testing the cooling and put it under extreme tests for the heat ,better to screw one of your motors than ours,,lol but under proper test condtions with remote sensors ,u should see early if the heat is going to be an issue and shut it down way before ur motor gets into trouble territory


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The supercharger does not have that heat problem. I think he needs to make it work, determine if an IC is worth it, then dyno. Once the prototype is functional, and making good power, round two in development is to harness some beta testers. Like what I did with TTS. Bolt one on, and continue to refine, make improvements, cut costs, and simplify. Is anyone else ready to assist? I will. PM sent. Joe
as long as people dont get snagged with a unfinished project and have to iron out the remaining bugs that appear while testing from there own pocket on top of the money they already forked out

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Heres a pic of my intercooler fitment
love ur bike martin ,although that big pipe being that close to the ground worries me for street use





NOW WE ARE COOKING ,brian get this done and fire up the testing with and without ,an intercooler ,with the super charging ,im hoping u may find none is needed ,wow imagine that ,self contained oil ,no plumbing ,no intercooler less plumbing ,more stealth ,less cost ,whooohooo fingers are crossed as we speak ,lol,
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:05 PM   #108
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wow imagine that ,self contained oil ,no plumbing ,no intercooler less plumbing ,more stealth ,less cost ,whooohooo fingers are crossed as we speak ,lol,
That sounds too good to be true.
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Old 11-17-2012, 07:14 PM   #109
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I'm on it, lets hope things go in our favor.....could be a early Christmas gift!
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:40 PM   #110
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Sorry been away for a few days... when I mentioned the air/water cooler I was talking about having a separate heat exchanger for the water by using a thin transmission cooler mounted in front of the radiator much like the front mount inter coolers in the pics from this thread with its own pump mounted in the air box area presuming the plenum you are making leaves enough room for a pump (thinking of something like a Holley Blue pump for water transfer). My thought was it would be easier using a thin cooler mounted low to keep the water cool and the efficiency of the air/water would be better then risk having a thick enough core front mounted to properly cool the intake charge. Just my 2 cents though
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Old 11-22-2012, 06:23 AM   #111
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Old 11-22-2012, 12:52 PM   #112
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well ive been working a bunch on it, the real blower will show up tomorrow and I received the inline filter assembly yesterday, intercooler is 1/2 done just waiting to mount the air filer to figure out dimensions for the back side of the cooler. just waiting on some materials to show up monday or tuesday i should have the bike together other than the outter belt/bearing support. this will also make the supercharger appear not stick out so far but that will be after dynoing it and getting some numbers. I looked at the trask kit and install pics.....not sure why they ran the air inlet temp in the air filter and not in the intake seeing actual readings....also the IAC is open to the atmosphere rather than in the intake......this will be interesting to say the least. I dont really like there idea of tapping the fuel pressure regulator, im not sure what there duty cycle is on those injectors is running, i put bigger injectors in. also looks like they are running each cylinders breathers back into the air intake....if so pretty sure that would pressurize the motor! just a few cool changes that should make a difference. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:46 PM   #113
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:46 PM   #114
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I got the real supercharger today nice and shiny, just waiting till monday to get some materials when everything is open then off to the dyno!
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Old 11-23-2012, 09:26 PM   #115
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:52 PM   #116
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Any pics yet .just. wanting to see where this heading
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What do you plan on using for tuning? Will you provide stock maps and support others? I am running the SE Pro EFI with custom map for my big bore, but would like a base map to upload so I can atleast start the bike and make sure everything is working before I take it to get retuned.
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Old 11-27-2012, 09:51 AM   #118
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Inside Air Cleaner Box

Any chance of modifying the air box cover to make it wider (something that I think would look pretty cool on a VRod anyway). You could then add extra inlets and somehow place the intercooler next to the filter housing.

Just a thought...
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Old 11-27-2012, 10:10 AM   #119
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Pics will be coming just waiting for next day air ups to come and machine a few parts! I am going to use a power commander, the kit will come with a map, Ill do everything i can to help for a tuning aid....you can pm me about it. as far as the air box goes everything the sky is the limit I am going to get this kit done then work on some new prototypes parts for the v-rod, I might go as far as building a cool turbo kit using precision turbos ..... ive been learning a lot along the way, I think i have enough leftover intercoolers and parts to make 10 different kits lol!
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Any chance of modifying the air box cover to make it wider (something that I think would look pretty cool on a VRod anyway). You could then add extra inlets and somehow place the intercooler next to the filter housing.

Just a thought...
I had the exact same thought after seeing a Ducati Diavel Carbon a couple days ago when I noticed how wide where the upper side covers with air inlets





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