kirostar12: The real turbo get hot not because the high RPM but because the Exhaust gases going in it. That's for the guys thinking high RPM get high temperature :)
ZDARA GROUP: would this work on a motocycle
Quantas Antonovich: 2 words. volumetric efficiency. this is bullcrap, you need to release exhaust gases faster to keep up with induction?
puck stopper: using a inline fan on the ol civic well just let ya know there enough air pushing thru it too blow the eyebrows of Oscar the grouch just saying tested it and works 15 amp draw on the inline blower
Motta Junior: I can put an eletric motor to rotate 50.000 rpm and get 1 kg air pull force. 12volts and 50 amp.
ΣLECTЯ0N: Correct me if I'm wrong here, but, basically & generally-speaking you've kinda redesigned or repurposed (if you will) a standard turbocharger to, instead of using exhaust gas to spin the turbine, you've attached an electronic DC motor to the turbine (in-effect turning it from a turbine to a propellor of sorts or fan blade...) which, turbochargers & forced induction as a whole are terribly taxing on an engine and I, personally, don't feel that the effects a turbocharger has on an engine to make power is worth the trade-off for making said engine last 1/3 as long... I'll take variable valve timing & open headers any day over a turbocharger...
Raul Cipriano: I've yet to see anyone show mass air flow readings before and after installing these things. Put that thing in a car a show a gauge with the psi reading.
Jeffrey Dyrek: If the boats fan turned at 30,000 to 60,000 RPM it would produce boost too. But these fans never turn at those tremendous RPMs and will never produce the boost. I would like to see an electric motor that turns at the proper RPM, it would cost a fortune for that high speed of electric motor.
vectortangram: Great video. Informative for those who want to waste their money on those cheap ebay kits...
william wehmeyer-nelson: Is there a way to hook it up like a tachometer, so that the voltage increases the boost with RPM? Just a theory. I was thinking back to the days when RPM red lights were hooked up to airshifters, so that all the rider/driver had to do was pin the throttle.
Skeleto Manuqtix: wait i have questions. does that electric turbo use engine oil. Do you need coolant?? does that turbo spool at constant rpms? do you need a waste gate? can you use electric turbocharging on carburetors? do electric turbos use a lot of current? are there any bearings? its origins? what are the advantages and disadvantages compared to exhaust driven turbochargers?
Ryan DeClue: Really need to get in touch with this guy. Please someone shoot me a link or a phone number. Wanting to do some testing on Rotary engines!
Kevin Brock: Chevy small block
Gary Stiltner: No they do not.
Tyler Durden: Electric superchargers do not work
richard cero: buy some compressor for the tube and put it on the engine to boost up to 50 psi and the result is power?
trevor francis: would it be possible to fit a volvo supercharger to my 500 single cafe racer, I have room for it, I have a pulley drive fitted to the engine, or would it produce to much psi, cheer's
Lucas Choate: Would there be any advantage to pre-spooling a turbo with your motor in the inlet side? I was thinking it could reduce lag because it's given some help. Does it work in theory? Has anyone tried it?