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LMAO....it sounds different due to the difference in compressor blade design. PLEASE explain how that means it flows more. After adding the single plane to my Pmax I have the same sound from the compressor side.
LMAO... you don't read to well, I stated that both turbos are in stock form, also the older cast wheel version also did the same. You don't seem to understand is that the design of the wheel makes a huge difference on spool and flow, also the turbine wheel blade count also has a big difference. The turbine is what makes the stage 1 better than the powermax, spool, lag, and throttle response. I have said it before can a powermax flow better a high rpm with same compressor wheel? yes at what rpm about 6300-7000, where a diesel won't run, same with the dual wheel design for the compressor to get the same flow as the single design it would have to get into higher rpm.
how about putting air pressure to the hot side. after all that is what actually spools the turbo. can you make a contraption to show that?
Yes I'm working on something now on, trying to get a leaf blower to act as drive pressure to act as the exhaust, the air won't be heated but it will give a base line if used the same on different turbos. I will have a hard time to get things exact due to need a oil supply to keep bearings in a journal to stay centered.
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