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Bullseye Power Batmowheel for Ko4

Old 12-13-2011, 03:14 AM
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:15 AM
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Sub'd for results, this could be an awesome addition to the lnf.
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:27 AM
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how was the fitment of that TR8... did you do it yourself? or have someone do it....
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I agree with you... I'm still deciding what IC to purchase though... I hear the latest ZZP design is good... but I really just want one that will be able to use the stock piping... again, my goal is to continue to look as stock as possible.. so I'm looking for that design that will best fit my requirements... any ideas?
the new zzp design for the lnf intercooler is actually shorter in over all height so it has no ground clearance issues but still yeilds the same drop in IATs over stock as the first one did.
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Sub'd for results, this could be an awesome addition to the lnf.
wheel should be done later this week or monday/tuesday next week according to david. i don't know if they'll flow it out their turbo "dyno" or not though.
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wheel should be done later this week or monday/tuesday next week according to david. i don't know if they'll flow it out their turbo "dyno" or not though.
Are they planning on making a flow chart for it? I know its a pain in the ass, but it would be the best way to show real world flow.
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:17 AM
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Originally Posted by EXsoccer1921 View Post
the new zzp design for the lnf intercooler is actually shorter in over all height so it has no ground clearance issues but still yeilds the same drop in IATs over stock as the first one did.
this sounds like a good thing...
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:45 PM
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Are they planning on making a flow chart for it? I know its a pain in the ass, but it would be the best way to show real world flow.
not sure about producing a chart but yes it will be flow tested.
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:54 PM
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that last thing the ko4 needs is faster spool haha but still curious how much faster it will spool in comparison
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that last thing the ko4 needs is faster spool haha but still curious how much faster it will spool in comparison
I cant see it spooling much faster. But flowing higher volumes of air seems very probable.
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:46 PM
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treadstone makes a kit for both the cobalt you have to look under intercooler kits but you can pick your core size, i have the tr10 and it has no fit issues.

but i am in the downtown area for school
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indeed, hold a higher psi out farther
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Doesn't the wheel need to be physically bigger to flow more air?
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Doesn't the wheel need to be physically bigger to flow more air?
No. Wheel aerodynamics and weight make a huge difference in airflow.
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Old 12-13-2011, 07:42 PM
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silly question, but could I send my blown 60trim knock off turbo to these guys and have them rebuild it plus add their wheels?
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Doesn't the wheel need to be physically bigger to flow more air?
BEP has designed these wheels to have more surface area along with being lighter, anywhere from 10-20grams, than the wheel theyre replacing. the only wheel they've produced that wasn't lighter than the wheel it was replacing was because the wheel it replaced was a 10blade and the batmo and billets are 6blade. this wheel still flew more air than the one it replaced.


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silly question, but could I send my blown 60trim knock off turbo to these guys and have them rebuild it plus add their wheels?
what "60 trim" are you using, size, brand, journal or bb??
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Old 12-14-2011, 05:58 PM
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ughh it's the ebay turbo I think. It's layin in my garage atm.

A/R .70/.63

Not 100% on BB or Journal bearings tbo
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generally, they don't work on off-brand stuff..

however TheBoostLab does work on many turbos. and will do a rebuild of just about anything.

take a look and send them an email

http://theboostlab.com/services/turborebuilds.html
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Old 12-14-2011, 10:24 PM
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I see a Batmowheel turbo build on the site. I'd have absolutely no problems with them swapping one into my turbo if possible.
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link to the build?
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link to the build?
Bulleye Power BatMoWheel
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:25 AM
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oh i thought you meant on here. yeah that supra isn't the only car. theres tons. especially the cummins and duramax trucks.
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TTT... waiting for update!
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stupid supra...only ~1500rpm at full boost :shakes head:
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Originally Posted by RooTBeeR View Post
stupid supra...only ~1500rpm at full boost :shakes head:
autotrans or nls. full boost all the time.. hahah
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