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Old 05-09-2003, 08:11 AM   #1
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has anybody ever use the hyper vavle or the supercharger from rb innovation any opinion on it or experience www.rbinnovations.com
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Oh, you mean the carburetor fan? There's a big discussion about it on the Radio Control Zone forum.
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Yeah, and there was one here too a while back and the same conclusion comes up each and every time. They dont work on 2-stroke nitro engines.

With our model engines both the intake ports and the exhaust port are open at the same time for a certain period in the cycle. If you add induced force to the air intake all you will do is cool the engine a bit and force all the fuel/air mix into the cumbustion chamber and straight out through the exhaust port effectively killing the power of the engine.
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Yeah, and there was one here too a while back and the same conclusion comes up each and every time. They dont work on 2-stroke nitro engines.

With our model engines both the intake ports and the exhaust port are open at the same time for a certain period in the cycle. If you add induced force to the air intake all you will do is cool the engine a bit and force all the fuel/air mix into the cumbustion chamber and straight out through the exhaust port effectively killing the power of the engine.
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i most definetly agree with everything you said about the supercharger i've been reading about it just doesnt make sense how it would work can you tell me if the hyper vavle they make will work i feel it just another way to make your engine run rich while keeping the high end neddle lean
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The only thing that would be of benfit for our 2 stroke engines would be direct injection. Thats something i'd love to see available
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snoopy direct injection wouldn't work too well either because how would you get oil to the rest of the motor? Remember the lubrication for the motor comes from the fuel.

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