True, while others were gaining 2.5lbs, so I guess its sort of a hit or miss situation. Or their boost gauges are off by a bit and dynos off too.
Yeah that is true. Well he should just try it again but he should alow cool down time.CoBIZZLE said:Yeah and also he said IMMEDIATELY. Dont folks normally let them cool for a while?! Probably had the engine runnin hot as shit on that third pull!
Yeah me to.CoBIZZLE said:I just hope this isnt somebody's idea of a "get rich quick" deal. I'll probably be passin this one up. Not enough REAL info.
It's not released, its merely on public demonstration. They say soon tho (I believe).CoBIZZLE said:I didnt know Psi Fi had anything released yet?! Thats awesome! What about their twin charging system? Is it near completion? Also, I wonder if anyone will come out with an aftermarket S/C thats more efficient than the current stock ones??
XeroState, normally on any Forced Air Induction engine , you must first take the necessary precautionary measures against excess heat intrusion into the engine , by making a few changes. One of them is changing the factory restrictive air intake system, to a less restrictive system, to let the added air flow into the engine.XeroState said:No kidding. Blowing hot air into the engine will kill power..considering dyno's don't have blowing air on them (other than fans, which don't work like real air). I'd still like to hear from SFPH tho about this, as they seem to be ignoring the question on the redline forum, which is why I posted it here too.