That's really the info I need, using that info, I'm going to make a few crank pulleys, and start with a smaller 1 than I want, and then go from there.
I think it's better to start at a lower boost than I want, and go from there, it's better to be safe than sorry.
I'm fitting 2 injectors in the air inlet, just before the metering flap, these are controlled by an ERL MF2 injector driver.
This works by taking an rpm signal, and a boost pressure signal, once it's been set up, it uses these 2 signals to determine the extra fuel require, then activates the extra injectors to suit.
The good thing about this is, it only works when there is boost pressure present, so I can use the supercharger's electric clutch pulley, to switch it of during normal driving.
So, in theory I will have the best of both, when using the car on the road I can simply switch off the supercharger, and drive he car as standard, then when I go to the track, or when the mood tes me, I can flip the switch, and let the supercharger come and play!!
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