electric greddy

That spinning thing that makes all of the cool noises. OE and Aftermarket.

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EJ KILLA
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electric greddy

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what you guys think? i dont think it flows enough/ even spins fast enough but hey idle will be real snappy

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What a joke...

I mean I get the idea but there's no way that blade is gonna spin fast enough to build boost on a basic 12v battery and if it did I would guess your alternator would need to be upgraded

I feel most of the power gains would come from the aftermarket airfilter it self

For the a few hundred more you can build a real turbo set up for like $700 total
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That turbo before it was converted like that spun at over 100,000 rpm and now it spins at 6,000...and makes 3 lbs of boost! Maybe with the engine off.
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hey looks more legit than the plastic fans that are really pumps with filters on them.
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this or ebay brand turbo lol
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my bad i said electric greddy and its really a garret, if it really were the electric greddy it would spin at excess of 100k rpm
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I know nothing of this product specifically but it is possible to have an electric "supercharger" and here are pictures of one that is known to work -
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The second picture really shows how big it is. Thats a Maxima I believe.Takes about 20hp to make 5psi at 6500 rpm on a 2 liter IIRC. You need multiple additional batteries to run it and it takes a while for them to charge back up for more boost.
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