Well, if you have a small battery powered weed blower you could...you'd need to figure a way to connect it, and inject some extra gas, but it should work.AnswerGo to wall wart and pick up a hairdryer. take it apart until you get the motor with the fan blades on it. That should run extremly fast at about 9-18volts depending on the motor. use a drill battery to power it. as for the extra fuel, figure out some way to get another gas line out, and have it hooked up to an electric switch of some sort, and hook that up to a bike pump needle valve thing ( you use it to pump up basketballs ). make some sort of adaptor to the air intake on a carb and fire it up! Also as a heads up, do not, I reapeat DO NOT USE PROPANE AS THE EXTRA FUEL!!! This can and WILL ruin your engine because it does not help lubricate the engine in any way, and could backfire on you resulting in a horrible explosion!
The previous two answers assume a pressure being built "after" the carburetor. That does require an increase in fuel. A simpler solution is to build an air-box "before" the carb and pressurize that. With a pre-pressure setup, the carb itself will deliver more fuel because of the pressurized air being pushed through it. The ideas above for a blower would work, although I prefer an automotive smog pump, due to the heat resistance, and operate it from a belt. I have used these to good results on Briggs engines. It would be heavier than a plastic impellor, but little chips of plastic from a heat distorted fan going into the intake would not be pretty. Propane is not a good idea, although if you are going to blow a small engine, you have already blown the warrantee. Think acetyline and raw O2 from your cutting torch tanks to pressurize the air box. (Use care and a scatter blanket.) I have made 72 horsepower from a Briggs 3.5hp engine. (blown, using O2 and cutting gas, aviation fuel in the tank, timing advanced 2 teeth and started with a drill) It lasted almost a minute, was at 13,000 rpm and accelerating when it blew.
how can ya make a engine go faster (Peugeot 205 1.0)get the fan for the heatermetric from a saxo and build a box up for it so it sirculates the fan n seam weld it up, ad a tube to the center of the box so the center of the fan can draw in air make a tail on the inside of the box so the air is directed off from theside walls to an exaus pipe that goes to the air box, using fuse relay wire and a switch wire up to a permenant live switch. it makes a big difference trust an extera 10mph up a steep hill a got 45mph before 55mph after ok for a £10.00 and a bit off steel n about 2hour making it putting filler over the box (makes it look cool)and prime and respray £8.00 for the prim n paint!! and this is my way! Ashley from darwenon YouTube n check out the vidios, bebo.com mechanic2007
defference between a blower and a turbo charger when installed in a petrol engine
In the case of engines, turbo is used as a contracted name for the turbo charger.
Yes you can, keep the fan on and put a clutch on it, and run the blower in to the turbo charger, if you keep the fan on it will make it super fast
If your car has a turbo charger it is probably the turbo charger.
Turbo blower air pipe selection is different from roots blower: Air pipe diameter shold be bigger than turbo blower diameter. Even air pipe equal to turbo blower outlet diameter is not a wise choice. There are 2 advantages: when air pipe diameter is bigger than turbo blower outlet diameter, pipeline resistence will reduce and save electricity. it lower the noise in turbo blower house.
Yes, you can put a turbo charger on just about any engine.
Turbo chargers and Super chargers will both fit on Dodge Chargers
Any turbo-charger that spins pressurised air into the cylinder makes a high pitched spooling sound is called a spooling turbo charger.
If the turbo is too small, the turbo can go into surge, it is the part of the compressor map where the air flow is unstable. It is to the left on the compressor map, will cause damage if it taken care of.
The turbo charger is powered from the cars exhaust gases this is why you get turbo lag the super charger is powerd directly from the cars crank shaft therefor it builds up speed instantly so there is no lag the power is there right away
a turbo charger unlike a super charger sucks in air releasing pressure ie in the form of a waste gate. unlike a super charger a turbo does not use horse power to generate horse power. differences from gas to diesel doesnt change
Coolers are necessary after a turbo-charge to help in the smooth running of the engine. The main purpose of the coolers is to cool down the engine after using a turbo charger.
Leave the fan on and put a clutch under the fan,than if you have a turbo connect the fan blower to the turbo
Yes, it's not how to reduce roots blower noise level, it's how to reduce turbo blower noise level. Normally turbo blower noise level is less than 80 dba when roots blower noise level is more than 90 dba, some user are still not satisfied, they want the noise level below 60 dba or even 50 dba. Turbo blower ZCJSD has it's own suggestion to reduct turbo blower noise level: Wrap the outlet pipe with sound-absorbent material， please see below photo:
either have the turbo unit rebuilt, or buy a new one.
It is the hoses that carry compressed air from the turbo to the throttle body.
turbo blower is an equipment where a turbine is attached with the blower part. steam enters through the turbine inlet and expands through the blades and goes to the outlet which helps the turbine shafts to rotate. this turbine shaft is attached with the shaft of blower that makes the blower rotating.
buy a new turbo and replace it
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