That's hard to understand. explain to me what gear ratio set up you are running please.
Isn't everything "hard to understand" according to you? :lmao:
HF- don't bother explaining...you'd be better off exhaling that air into a pillowcase and expecting to float around. Congrats on the numbers BTW, I am envious and DO understand how power delivery works
Originally Posted by Hyper
And one last thing. Despite the criticism, I put over 6000 miles on a reroute concept that is working perfectly. So testing my reroute concept is over. it's time to turbocharge my miata.
That's a lot of crusing in front of the local high school trying to impress the freshman as I doubt you've put anywhere enough stress on the motor crusing around as a turbocharged car does at the track. Heck, a n/a Miata on the track doesn't make as much heat as a turbo'd Miata does on a fun drive through the mountains...but that probably doesn't make sense to you and would make your head explode if anyone tried explaing why...
I dont see what the fear of big turbos is in the miata community
yet another argument I helped start
every time I (or anybody else) says something about how *** backwards the miata community is someone has to get bent out of shape about it.
They are so oblivious to the truth; Unless you are on a super tight track, a big turbo/big power miata is usually going to be faster than a miata with a tiny turbo and good response. Look how big the straights are on 90% of the tracks in the united states.