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Old 10-22-2013, 07:09 PM   #36
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I currently am not. But that is most likely the route I will be going when I really get into performance.

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Except when the supercharged car gets heat soaked the one with nitrous will be perfectly fine.
Larger IC should fix that, or at least help.
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How does a supercharger get heat soaked? What causes that too happen?
I guess a twin screw would. Prolly not a centri. PROBABLY lol
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How does a supercharger get heat soaked? What causes that too happen?
After it runs a few passes it will get really hot, and forcing hot air into the engine makes you lose power... That's why when you go to the strip you will see most people waiting in line with their hoods up after a pass. Nitrous, there is nothing to heat soak.

Also putting hot air into your engine can potentially cause premature detonation, which is very very bad.

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I guess a twin screw would. Prolly not a centri. PROBABLY lol
Not as bad, but they still do.
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After it runs a few passes it will get really hot, and forcing hot air into the engine makes you lose power... That's why when you go to the strip you will see most people waiting in line with their hoods up after a pass. Nitrous, there is nothing to heat soak.

Also putting hot air into your engine can potentially cause premature detonation, which is very very bad.

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Not as bad, but they still do.
Will a intercooler take care of that problem or aftermarket coil packs to help keep things cooler?
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They really do not get hot using gasoline

They can get hot and actually explode if using Nitro. Usually only if the mix is wrong.
I have never heard of a super charger blowing on a street car that only uses gasoline.

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