Originally Posted by CAMROSS
By porting the lower intake it now has the same rectangular shape as the heads, thus eliminating any flow restriction between the intake and heads. The benefit is less back pressure on the discharge side of the supercharger which allows it to produce the same volume of air to the cylinder with less boost and at a lower temperature.
Cool, and this is only a question, does the increased port size slow down the intake velocity, or is it a wash...I can certainly see where the charge would be cooler, less resistance... But does this also equate to less pressure...
I'm starting a twin turbo build, and wanting to know everything I can...
Thanks and this is a beautiful car...I love the paint scheme...
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