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Old 11-03-2011, 11:02 AM   #1
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Default Homemade coldside setup..has this been done?

Guys, i need to either make or buy a coldside sc setup for my 1.6 1991 car..., has this been done before? Help guys?

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Any chance of any details etc?? I'm keen to have a go at making my own kit?
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Wow......thanks for that!
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Is waste of time.
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Why is it a waste of time? I want to twin charge the engine so I can't run a hotside sc due to the turbo being there.
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Why is it a waste of time? I want to twin charge the engine so I can't run a hotside sc due to the turbo being there.
Unless your doing just for the sake of doing it and have access to some bad *** cnc equipment your wasting your time and money.

I don't see the point in twin charging a miata when a good turbo system will do the job or even a good hotside twin screw if you know what your doing.
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Jeff, I have access to 5 axis Cnc mills, lathes and pipe benders. I want to do it as I don't believe it's been done before in the UK. The hardest part is the flow control valve and I have that sorted as I'm friends with a guy called Jonny Milner who runs the worlds fastest twin charged Toyota celica St205....800bhp and accelerates faster than an F1 car... Look it up on YouTube?? It's bright orange.... You won't miss it!!
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Check it out:-
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Begi has a coldside sc. Check out their site. And a little advice you get more with honey then vinegar.
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There are some badass twin charged track cars out there. My favorite is the Weirtech Civic.
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