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Old 07-27-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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Honeywell Turbo Technologies Gasoline DualBoost Turbo

http://turbo.honeywell.com/assets/pd...esentation.pdf

Honeywell Turbo Technologies Breakthrough in Gasoline Turbocharging

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Axial turbines are most efficient at higher shaft speeds so it was coupled with the double-sided, low inertia comp wheel. So for a given mass flow the shaft speed needs to be higher than a traditional radial turbine wheel. The double-sided comp wheel, which flows as much as a larger traditional comp wheel, is a much better speed match for the higher speed axial turbine. The lower inertia wheel along with the higher efficiency turbine wheel significantly improves the time to torque w/o affecting the rated power.

makes the GTX wheels seem kinda stop-gappy.
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Old 07-27-2012, 01:47 PM   #2
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that's pretty neat.
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Too much math, what does it do?
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its a turbo with an improved turbine and two small compressor wheels.
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its a turbo with an improved turbine and two small compressor wheels.
The big ones?
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Too much math, what does it do?
Think 2871 power with 2554 spool.
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Old 07-27-2012, 02:26 PM   #8
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^^ i wonder if there are any numbers to quantify this time-to-torque marketing vs a conventional garrett. i'm not sure when we'll find out for sure if this is interesting or not. i'm assuming oem market and then sometime later aftermarket. if BW gets their **** together maybe sooner?


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unfortunately i think probably not for a while. if its oem first, that means puny compressors. if the initial batch has one which can flow 350whp that might be interesting.
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Jesus ----, don't continue on with the troll quotes or anything. It might be too witty for the forum, we don't want to confuse people.
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The big ones?
Overnighted from Japan?
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Overnighted from Japan?
Those are going to bring a premium before racewars.
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Those are going to bring a premium before racewars.

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Those are going to bring a premium before racewars.
RACEWARS?!?

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"Oh yeah, I know Brain. Yeah, bleeding heart closet liberal. I think he's at a poetry reading right now or crying alone, in the cold whilst watching an Alec Baldwin marathon."
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RACEWARS?!?

lol

Who should I ban for derailing a perfectly good thread?
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On a related note, double-stacked compressors is a pretty sweet idea, although I always thought turbos increased in efficiency as they grew larger due to tolerances dropping.

I'm not very excited about the titanium aluminide.
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I want one.
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I'm not very excited about the titanium aluminide.
I bet your muffler is.
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"Oh yeah, I know Brain. Yeah, bleeding heart closet liberal. I think he's at a poetry reading right now or crying alone, in the cold whilst watching an Alec Baldwin marathon."

what's that from?
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With one of those, Fae wont need to cut through the chassis to make it fit.
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