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post #2401 of 2416 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 10:36 PM
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...Such a bummer but, I'll just collect other goodies in the meantime I suppose. I wonder how long it will take for a 70mm pulley to arrive. 😞
Yeah, I think I installed mine a week after I ordered it, but I've had to wait for other (non-related) parts for other projects on the car for closer to 4-5 months.
Did you order the 70mm pulley from carID too? I did some light searching for one, but didn't find a listing--do you have a part#?
Haven't ordered the pulley yet. Not sure which address to send it to 😞 Part#245P7761 is what support gave me but I don't think its available anywhere except sprintex as far as I can tell.
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post #2402 of 2416 (permalink) Old 04-29-2019, 03:16 AM
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I want to share my setup here.

I used both Hondata Flashpro and SMT8L piggyback to leave current 5th injector.
Zeroed SMT8L map without 5th injector part.



Blocked stock map sensor hole.



Located stock map sensor to SMT8L Bosch map sensor.



Fitted SMT8L Bosch map sensor to extra intake hole.



My engine bay for reference!
Boost showing max 7psi on my OBD2 gauge! I am so happy that stock map sensor can read the actual boost!
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I want to share my setup here.

I used both Hondata Flashpro and SMT8L piggyback to leave current 5th injector.
Zeroed SMT8L map without 5th injector part.
...Blocked stock map sensor hole.
...Located stock map sensor to SMT8L Bosch map sensor.
...Fitted SMT8L Bosch map sensor to extra intake hole.
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My engine bay for reference!
Boost showing max 7psi on my OBD2 gauge! I am so happy that stock map sensor can read the actual boost!
Nice set up! After I got mine set up, I thought I could have gone with the same way you ended up going. Looks great, and looks similar to mine at first glance, since I have the Mugen air box and Sprintex too. (Reminds me that I have to hook up a permanent boost gauge--the one I have lost its grip on the duct tape.)

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post #2404 of 2416 (permalink) Old 05-02-2019, 03:22 AM
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Just a question, is it safe to go with 70mm pulley that sprintex offers? Raise boost with water injection or should i keep the car with the pulley only?
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Nice set up! After I got mine set up, I thought I could have gone with the same way you ended up going. Looks great, and looks similar to mine at first glance, since I have the Mugen air box and Sprintex too. (Reminds me that I have to hook up a permanent boost gauge--the one I have lost its grip on the duct tape.)
Thanks! You really helped me to setting up my CRZ!
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Hello everyone. So i was in talk with someone in Malaysia they fabricated a air cooler in proton sprintex supercharger kit. Attaching pics! You guys think this is now possible in crz kit too?since we have seen someone done it already but yes not on crz kit but proton?
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Hello everyone. So i was in talk with someone in Malaysia they fabricated a air cooler in proton sprintex supercharger kit. Attaching pics! You guys think this is now possible in crz kit too?since we have seen someone done it already but yes not on crz kit but proton?
When you say air cooler.. do you mean they hooked a intercooler up to it?

I wonder about this because of this statement:
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Since I’ve mentioned intake temperature, let’s talk about intercoolers. An intercooler is included in the intake after the supercharger to remove heat from the compressed intake air. Intercooling a centrifugal supercharger is not much different to a turbocharged engine and a front-mounted air-to-air intercooler can normally be included without too much trouble.
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A positive displacement supercharger installation can be a little trickier though, as often the supercharger is installed directly onto the intake manifold, or even as a part of the intake manifold. This is common with a ‘v’ configuration engine. This makes an air-to-air installation difficult, so a more common solution is to incorporate a water-to-air intercooler under the supercharger. These have the disadvantage of being less efficient than air-to-air and often the intercooler size needs to be compromised to allow them to fit.
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Hello everyone. So i was in talk with someone in Malaysia they fabricated a air cooler in proton sprintex supercharger kit. Attaching pics! You guys think this is now possible in crz kit too?since we have seen someone done it already but yes not on crz kit but proton?
When you say air cooler.. do you mean they hooked a intercooler up to it?

I wonder about this because of this statement:
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Since I’ve mentioned intake temperature, let’s talk about intercoolers. An intercooler is included in the intake after the supercharger to remove heat from the compressed intake air. Intercooling a centrifugal supercharger is not much different to a turbocharged engine and a front-mounted air-to-air intercooler can normally be included without too much trouble.
Ringbrothers-Recoil-13

A positive displacement supercharger installation can be a little trickier though, as often the supercharger is installed directly onto the intake manifold, or even as a part of the intake manifold. This is common with a ‘v’ configuration engine. This makes an air-to-air installation difficult, so a more common solution is to incorporate a water-to-air intercooler under the supercharger. These have the disadvantage of being less efficient than air-to-air and often the intercooler size needs to be compromised to allow them to fit.
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Yes i am talking about air to water cooler for our car but i want to know is this possible? As we have limited space in our hood plus half of the people on this forum said its impossible to install any type of intercooler on this setup! So just wondering
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post #2409 of 2416 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 04:50 AM
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Its a prototype laminova exchanger for proton engine. Never marketed due to high cost.

L15a literally has limited space for sprintex ro begin with ( totally no space for another laminova unless ur willing to raise ur hood)

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L15a literally has limited space for sprintex ro begin with ( totally no space for another laminova unless ur willing to raise ur hood)


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