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    i can't tell from the pic. you want to plug all atmospheric vents except the vent tube and plumb the hose from the pitot tube into it. it'll be the one that isn't the fuel feed.

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    i want to know what blowthrough carbs you are using thanx

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    Wow!!! You lost me a long way back!!! You really know what you are doing!!!! I may modify the appearance of my rides, but as far as motor section, I leave them stock as much as possible!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by royota View Post
    i want to know what blowthrough carbs you are using thanx
    i was using an old zenith from a sportster on that one. going with a megasquirt when i go back together with it.

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    very cool. as I have nothing else to do with the bike at the moment, I'm considering trying to turbo my KZ305, and will definitely have some questions for you.

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    For blow through applications a C.V. carb seems to be better because of the way the slide is operated, controlling fuel and helps to eliminate flat spots in throttle response.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails r s blower carb.JPG   rs blowersmall 3.JPG  

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    Nice!

    Is that a low compression turbo you're using? I have three "bolt-on turbos" from Ford Sierra turbo diesel engines (American version was the Ford Merkur). Possible future projects/disasters

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    Quote Originally Posted by HatchA74 View Post
    Nice!

    Is that a low compression turbo you're using? I have three "bolt-on turbos" from Ford Sierra turbo diesel engines (American version was the Ford Merkur). Possible future projects/disasters
    Merkur's had a T3 on em. Decent turbo.

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    I have a tx500 Yamaha. What do you think my odd are on turbo

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    I have a tx500 I plan on twin turboing it with Tiny turbos I'm just like everyone else kinda confused on the whole carb mess with blow through. Anyway would it be better to convert it to a single carb or keep the doubles Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDH View Post
    I have a tx500 I plan on twin turboing it with Tiny turbos I'm just like everyone else kinda confused on the whole carb mess with blow through. Anyway would it be better to convert it to a single carb or keep the doubles Thx
    tx500's are know for self-destructing on their own, let alone with boost.

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    The TX had chain driven chains inside the motor.

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    Yea the chains are def a mess but she runs strong I'm pretty mechanically inclined and can for sure pull it off I just have never messed with boosted motorcycles. I'm gonna go for it any here in the next 6 months so any advise from anyone would be great and anyone with resent knowledge on tx500 can give me some pointers I've searched for some nice pistons for boost can't seem to fine any performance parts online Well it'll be happening ill post pics. And yes it's my bike in the pic

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    What is the valve on your regulator?

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    Man this is just the thread ive been looking for. I want to turbo my 81cb750 so I have some power to push a sidecar. Any particular turbos you would recommend I seek out size brand etc?

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    I used a chiwaneese knock off of a gt15, it held up good for a long time, and spool time was about right. The valve at the regulator is my fuel shut off to the carb, works just like a petcock.

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    hey man do you think you can give me some advice, i want to turbo my 99 r6. the thumbnails on this post are no longer there

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    Sure, it sounds worse than it really is, just a few simple carb mods, a fuel pump, and a boost referenced fuel pressure regulator and you're good to go.

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    i have everything setup on my KZ ready to go. Just need the time between work and class to build the manifolds. once you get your head around how it works, its really pretty simple!

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    Did you change the timing of the bike ? Im about to do this on my gs550 and i wasnt sure if i needed to retard my timing or anything.

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