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      05-13-2010, 01:51 PM   #23
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How about some light weight pullys with ballancers in them
You would loose torque.
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Do tell, sir. By the same logic, I lost torque by switching to lightweight forged aluminum rims.
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Could you post up a pic of the intake lid?
A couple pics of the Dinan intake. Uses the stock air box with a custom lid, secondary intake tube, and cone filter. It gets cold air from the driver side front lower grill.

This could be achieved without the use of carbon fiber and the huge Dinan tax. A simple injection molded lid, intake tube, and cone filter. These would sell like crazy.

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Would love to see catted downpipes that won't trigger the codes with the newer ISTAs. Loving your IC btw.
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Nice!!!
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wish you all the best --

product line looks good -- nice quality !!

OEM fitment is a must for you products -- i would think

cheers, and good hunting
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Do tell, sir. By the same logic, I lost torque by switching to lightweight forged aluminum rims.
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It has to do with rotational inertia. If you have a heavy mass rotating around a pivot point (crankshaft pulley, flywheel), that mass is in essence acting as torque. Torque by definition is momentum, or moment of force (see wiki). In an engine, as far as simple mechanics are involved, you get more torque by either increasing the mass of the rotating objects or increasing the distance from the center pivot.

So, in essence, a light weight crank pulley and a light weight fly wheel will be beneficial for making the engine rev faster. It will make the engine more responsive. Users normally (wrongly) percept those effects as having more power. The trade-off is that you actually loose torque.

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In the shop getting the wastegates fixed. Once the wastegate fix has been completed, we should be good to go The rattle was driving me nuts!
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