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Old 03-26-2004, 04:33 AM   #76
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Well, I( have just had an idea, in the port in the crank, one could add a similar type of system, BUT, one would have to have only maybe 2 blades or fins, but at the right angle as not to slow the mixture...

This would help with two things, one, it will help get the mixture out of this port, and it will help with mixing the ... mixture more. this could work very nicely... but remember that it will just get the fuel through the crank and get it into the area under the piston (cant remember what it is called) Any ideas, but please note that I am not talking anything more than moving the fuel through, there will be no real boost in pressure, but it may get more into the cylinder, but you will need a GOOD exhaust or you may not accomplish anything.
no negative intentions,... but this was what the creator of the turbo kits intending to do (and me trying to pass this message to this thread) pushes more air up to that point,... it doesn't have to blow that hard and create more compression,... again like it was mentioned earlier,... comp. increase in boosting combustion chamber is actually a side effect,... the main intention was to create more energy by burning more air/fuel mix in that chamber... IMHO bigger bang created by lower comp. is good compared to same bang w/ higer comp.... results are the same,... but side effects are different

like mentioned in baxter's post,.. : "there will be no real boost in pressure" ,.. this is very good, as long as it delivers more air/fuel through that transfer port

just my 2 cents
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honestly, I didn't even check, I got the pic from rcnitro's site as I want to show the turbo scoop, I didn't even see the newspapers...

Your Gallant, is it a Mitsubishi? we have one or two Gallants here but different countries have different names for cars.... Our Opel is Brittains Vauxhaul and our VW Polo is Europes Skoda and such...
naaahh,... I was only kid you about that ... no newspapers and all under the engine, hahaha... (no bad feelings, pls)

Galant is always for a Mitsubishi Galant (I'm pretty sure about this) but I guess you won't find any matching breed for mine, hehe... genetically enhanced...

kind of like an ugly duckling,... on steroids and viagra
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no negative intentions,... but this was what the creator of the turbo kits intending to do (and me trying to pass this message to this thread) pushes more air up to that point,... it doesn't have to blow that hard and create more compression,... again like it was mentioned earlier,... comp. increase in boosting combustion chamber is actually a side effect,... the main intention was to create more energy by burning more air/fuel mix in that chamber... IMHO bigger bang created by lower comp. is good compared to same bang w/ higer comp.... results are the same,... but side effects are different

like mentioned in baxter's post,.. : "there will be no real boost in pressure" ,.. this is very good, as long as it delivers more air/fuel through that transfer port

just my 2 cents
This is an idea... how about you shape the piston that when the mixture comes in, it is 'pushed' to the top of the cylinder, which forces the exhaust gasses out, BUT, there is a limit to the pressure though.

you couldn't use the exhaust gasses to turn the turbo though as this has multiple pressures, back and forth...

Remember that if the compression in the cylinder is too high, you get preignition which is VERY bad for the little monters, which I suppose we are already on the limit. and I can tell you that there is already some pressure in the motor in order for it to run...
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hehehe,... got an eye for detail,... heheheheheheee...

Galant is always for a Mitsubishi Galant (I'm pretty sure about this) but I guess you won't find any matching breed for mine, hehe... genetically enhanced...

kind of like an ugly duckling,...

I can tell you I have not seen one like that... genetic modification is bad, but I will let you off this time as power and speed is the way to go...
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Does anyone know exactly what that car is on the first page with the rotary engine? Or where i could find more info about it?
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Default Fuel Injection for r/c

http://www.bannedrc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2478

not sure if it really works on 1/10 car, but as always, "it could be done" . OS has an EFI system for their larger engines currently... but these things are too expensive to start with (checked for the airplane, costing around 1000 bucks,... I can get a Motec ECU (for full scale) in that price,... phew,... I start to feel that this hooby IS getting too expensive for me
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Old 04-03-2004, 03:15 AM   #82
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I start to feel that this hooby IS getting too expensive for me
i am glad you realised it at the early part of your RCing... and if you have been in RC for a long time.. at least NOW you realised it!

i like to FUEL INJECTION and never thought that could be done in RC! what a wonderful world!

now we have something to talk about!

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Mop Man Is it true while making love to your girlfriend you screamed out serpent instead of another girls name just kigdding
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Mop Man Is it true while making love to your girlfriend you screamed out serpent instead of another girls name just kigdding
YO! da hellion!

nice body!

OI.... i will make sure i will say the right name..... not serpent! LOL...


do u have something to share with us.... about the engine stuff... not girls...


girls can wait........



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BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, stop talking, go racing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BTW, tutbo scoop wasn't implemented on our engine to be a turbine, it was implemented for following at some point conrod is shading hole on crncshaft and traping partly mixture there. So I belive OPS made those cuts to let fuel come ut of trap. Chamfer is working much better then scoop ( tested on engine).
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BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, stop talking, go racing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BTW, tutbo scoop wasn't implemented on our engine to be a turbine, it was implemented for following at some point conrod is shading hole on crncshaft and traping partly mixture there. So I belive OPS made those cuts to let fuel come ut of trap. Chamfer is working much better then scoop ( tested on engine).
here comes,... the 24/7 racer among all of us,...

and btw, we were talking about a "tubine" yes,... not turbo scoop inside a Hyper .21 8 ports engine,... I think most of us already know what a turbo scoop was developed for (and wasn't really interested in, cuz it's common already),.. just wondering why the Hyper 8 ports got a turbine in it....

man,... I just don't get it,... if you wanna race don't go to a forum,.. can't race in it we just want to share what we found along our path,...

if any part of my 2 cts are hurting your feelings,... sue me,...


btw,.. any of you guys manufacture your own rc stuff?! I'm currently making metal tuned pipes and manifold for specific engines and track conditions, my own metal ring gear for FW05R, and metal 0.8 pinions too cuz it's quite hard to find them around,.. so I make them instead, hehehe...
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YO! da hellion!

nice body!

OI.... i will make sure i will say the right name..... not serpent! LOL...


do u have something to share with us.... about the engine stuff... not girls...


girls can wait........



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nice indeed,...

while talking about bodies,.. ahem,... which color is your fav color for a competing car,... I'll paint my car pink this time,... just for the heck of it,.. and if I'm lucky enough this week,.. they'll have a pink car in the O-range circuit hall of fame, hehehe.... I'll use GQ's bright orange rims with it for the maxy flashy effect
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nice indeed,...

while talking about bodies,.. ahem,... which color is your fav color for a competing car,... I'll paint my car pink this time,... just for the heck of it,.. and if I'm lucky enough this week,.. they'll have a pink car in the O-range circuit hall of fame, hehehe.... I'll use GQ's bright orange rims with it for the maxy flashy effect
Pink is good, if you like that sort of thing, I like the bright colours too so you can see it on the stand, but I like metallic blue with a bright orange stripe on the side over the top at an angle so I can see it and for effect. I have also got silver on mine, on the bonnet and the roof.
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I paint most of my bodies I race with candy blue with hot pink flames and always paint the wing hot pink! It really helps me see it when I race which is a good thing cause I hate it when I'm driving the wrong car LOL
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I paint most of my bodies I race with candy blue with hot pink flames and always paint the wing hot pink! It really helps me see it when I race which is a good thing cause I hate it when I'm driving the wrong car LOL
monster wing!!!!! ,..... hehehehe,.....
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