Ciber: What if you buy one of those electric ones and connect a little weed eater
2 stroke engine to the fan to make it turn faster? That would create some
ProRockJK: This crap don't make no boost!!!!
Put it in a Dino bro.
Daniel Allison: how can I get one of those electric superchargers? looks more legit than
those ebay ones cant find them on your site
Christopher Pinterich: I imagine the turbo would need to be hooked up to a 2hp electric motor
before it generated enough boost to make it worthwhile. 38k rpm is quite
low for a turbo, so is 2-3psi. Maybe 2hp, with proper gearing, could
achieve 5-9psi... idk... I wish you luck with this and would love to see a
hotpapayasalad: according to ohms law it doesn't work. you're taking power to make power
and what's worst you're taking power from the electric system from your
vehicle which it need the most. your lights will dim, your spark plug will
not fire to its full potential which results lost in horsepower and poor
gas mileage. its like adding a stereo system in your car with out any
modification done. any INDUCTIVE LOAD such as elector motor will pull mass
amount of juice. you'll over work your alternator!!!
Blue Rebublic: The scam is basically just a fan powered cold air intake. There is no
benefit to having one unless you want to be able to tell your friends that
you have a supercharger in your car, but the truth is you only paid $20 USD
for it. You might as well have a leaf blower as an intake.
Jenalin Balela: You may be able to boost an engine electrically with large capacitors.
Problem is motor might get fried from all the current
Tyler Looney: how did you make that real supercharger into an electric supercharger i
would love to know, because im in the process of building up my 98 chevy
metro into a custom turbo gasser but i dont have alot of money to do much.
so i would love to know how to make and install your custom prototype
electric supercharger. please make a video in the near future on how to
construct and install the prototype. thank you
Dimitris Kaparos: do you sell them?
stujb: Assuming this does do as you say, what about all the other important
factors? If you force more air into the engine, then you need to increase
fuel into the chamber. If you increase fuel you will also need to adjust
the point of spark. You can't just increase air flow and gain power. You
need to adjust everything.
casey james: the outlet in the motor?Nope later
Andres Perez: 1) So this electric supercharger can compress air and produce boost because
the motor can spin at high RPM?
2) How much torque does the electric motor have at these RPM?
3) How much back-pressure can it take before having any kind of compressor
4) How is the impeller speed controlled for different RPMs and boost
5) Did you adjust the OEM compressor map for the air resistance vs electric
Loretta Bain: What's for dinner dude?
Kuba Fly: Where can i buy your shizzz!!!
Danny Hoadley: Jesus Christ there are so many electrical and mechanical engineers out
there who can't seem to agree on the conservation of energy. The creator of
electric superchargers/turbos must know how to bend the laws of physics. My
mind is blown.
Amanda Wright: You have no idea what you're talking about.
darren brisson: hi there is 3 pounds of boost all your going to get from the unit you have
on the video how much would it cost for one of your electric turbos how
much does it cost for a 18 p.s.i of boost turbo.
Jose Matteo: What a great and well thought out video...much luck...
Daniel Gomez: Can you ad a Module to control the speed from tach
Tession Gifford: WELL LIKE THE WAY IT LOOK. BUT WHAT IF USE A BLET DRIVE ON IT
HomasterX: the 2nd prototype looks promising
Juliso35: Which one would be the most suitable to assemble an auxiliary cooling
system for the motor compartment. My car already have a stock turbo!!.I
just want to lower the indoor temperature a bit in certain situations of
high heat. I'd think that these might work best for this!!.
Desean Cole: i like that info that you gave out my girl wanted to buy that electric
Dragonstud: awesome explanation, I'd like to add one of your turbos to my 2
stroke....how much are they?
Ronald Holley: Ok I'm looking at a electric supercharger that's 60 amps and 837 watts I
think and 1psi I can give u the name if u need it just email me and I'll
give u more info and says it can give me a 5 to 10 percent more hp what do
MIKE J: you got any dyno videos
Christopher Macdonald: freshkryp69 - this is not the same as KERS. F1's KERS units use an electric
motor/generator attached directly to the the crankshaft or the
transmission. In acceleration mode, the KERS motor helps turn the
crankshaft or driveshaft. It has nothing to do with airflow.
jayden hewer: Electric superchargers are a great idea if pushed into production for
people like me who wants to increase there performance without getting down
and dirty with manifolds and drive belt systems. people like me would be
happy with 3-4 psi of boost, if you want 18 psi get a turbocharger. Do you
foresee electric turbos being available to the consumer any time soon? Is
a system the is natural aspirated when the supercharger is off a
possibility? This would be excellent for a capacitor system.
Jas S: Great vid mate.
I like your brushless design.
I was wondering how many CFM your 24v turbo is putting out unloaded?
The bilge fans are an enormously funny joke.
Best regard, Jas.
2bidfilmsguy: wouldn't it just be a better idea to run an electric motor up to a
centrifugal supercharger? instead of having the pulley run by a belt off
the engine it could just be mated to a motor, and that way hypothetically
you could make peak boost almost instantly rather than at red line which
would be a drawback of the same supercharger being run off an engine belt
Anthony Gillian: the turbo makes boost because it spins at 100,000X a minute, while your
electric fan is just wasting electricity
PP van dorst: lets sie some dyno testing
john Last: If you're gay
don blinn: Where can i buy one complete?
jade hennrie: do you no any places that sell an electric turbo charger like your one
Daniel Madera: What's nest for adding torque to the low rpm range?
cheezit33094: theoretically, you wouldn't need an intercooler or piping. it would help to
cool the air as much as you can because of pre-detonation knock. water
methanol injection comes to mind here. you still do, of course, need to
tune your engine and upgrade fuel because it is boosting your engine. more
air in the cylinders requires more fuel to burn at the
stoichiometric ratio. also, the guy said he bought the turbo off ebay for
50 bucks. why not just buy and rebuild the turbo and go all out and not be
limited to such little amounts of boost.
Josh Bridger: What motor are you using on your turbo?
Maher Essa: GREAT THANKS TO B2BEcharger I REALY REGRATE YOU , BUT THE NEXT QUISTION IS
???WHICH IS THE BEST 5 ELECTRIC SUPERCHARGERS IN THE MARKET? PLEASE DO
ANSWER IN A NEW YOUTUBE
Jenalin Balela: I don't think there is a motor that can spin at 120,000 rpm. I know there
is an electric turbo called hybrid turbochargers. It is a high tech motor,
that probably cost an arm and a leg, spins at about 120k rpm. It has an
electrical reservoir probably in a form of capacitor, and electronic
control system etc, for it to work properly. As you know you can't just be
pumping air in there because it will affect idle speed, mixture etc. It is
not as simple as pressurising it.
B2BEcharger: I don't sell the electric supercharger at this moment. However I plan to do
a limited time FREE ebook give away. So make sure you download your free
Robftss: Thanks! Rob
SoL93GT: The whole unlocking the download by completing obviously not short surveys
or signing up for offers which sounds like you're buying something sounds
like a way of making us make you money, it doesn't take a rocket scientist
to figure that out. If you want to give the ebook away for free then just
do it without the other bs.
hans heemskerk: hi B2BE , can you build me two?
sixstanger00: Leaf blowers don't compress air.....they're just oversized hair dryers...
MegaCophater: use a seperate aux battery for the sc.
muchooooooable: You need at least 120000rpm to compress the air enough. Even up to
240000rpm. Insteed of this you can buy a 30 bucks leefblower and hook up
directly to the intake. Same princible!
ryan mcfarland: Could you build one for me?
huntercaravel: ok what ive always wondered is how would u wire it up. i mean do u need a
computer or what??
365sojourner: Thanks for looking out for all us guys starting out trying this for the