I’m considering to bring up my “old” larger compressor wheel design and let them produced. It could flow about 600 hp. Who would be interested? In the picture you’ll see how the standard size improved compressor wheel fits inside And the raw wheel 3d printed.
This sc came into my garage in the condition of the first picture. It was totally disassembled, compressor wheel was damaged, and the sc got some injuries during the shipping. But as usual I did my best and you can find the result on the second picture. Sc fully refurbished and ready to go backBővebben: “Another supercharger refurbished”
Hello guys, The twin-screw and centrifugal supercharger kit is ready hardware wise. The only remaining topic is modding the software. Here comes the difficulties and different routes. It’s possible to tune the factory ecu and also possible to fit standalone/tunable ecu. Both solutions have their benefits but one thing is sure. I’m limited with resourcesBővebben: “Attention! Need your opinion!”
Good news about the Alpina supercharger tuning. Performance impeller on the way!
Hello guys, 2 new scannes arrived today. I’ve great plans with these, they revelas great possibilities, revolutinary products on the sight soon! 🙂
I’ve received the bigger compressor wheel for the tuning. 🙂 Stock size: 60/86 mm, 7+7 blade Tuning size: 70/91 mm, 11 blade The design process starts now, so hopefully I can present something at the end of May. 🙂
I’m ready with the relay board. If you’d like to install a DET3 piggyback and need a such panel, just let me know. 🙂 You will find the details HERE.
A better looking and performing stock compressor wheel for the Alpina supercharger
Hello guys, I’ve been on holiday yesterday and today so decided to make as much progress on my builds as possible. Today we’ve 3D scanned the N62 engine, various Alpina parts, and a twin-screw supercharger for my build. Enjoy the pictures and let me know if you have any question! Btw, I’m considering selling someBővebben: “3D scanning of Alpina parts and twin-screw supercharger”
Some news about an Alpina b7 supercharger rebuild with upgraded bearing and impeller