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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-01-2011, 12:18 PM
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The bazzaz comes with a wideband O2 sensor. That's why they work so well.

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post #32 of 35 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 09:39 PM
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The basic concept behind ram air is that a moving bike will stuff air into its forward-facing intake runners, resulting in a free supercharging effect. As speed increases more air is forced in, resulting in more power and, in turn, more speed. The faster you go, the faster you'll go. The setup we finally used may seem a bit unorthodox but it definitely gave us the necessary amount of wind energy and pressure. A pair of huge 185 cfm portable air compressors normally used with jackhammers were employed, and the requisite three-quarter-inch hoses directed the airflow.


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The basic concept behind ram air is that a moving bike will stuff air into its forward-facing intake runners, resulting in a free supercharging effect. As speed increases more air is forced in, resulting in more power and, in turn, more speed. The faster you go, the faster you'll go. The setup we finally used may seem a bit unorthodox but it definitely gave us the necessary amount of wind energy and pressure. A pair of huge 185 cfm portable air compressors normally used with jackhammers were employed, and the requisite three-quarter-inch hoses directed the airflow.
So you actually built a ram air machine?

do you have pics? info? how much more power did you get?
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So you actually built a ram air machine?

do you have pics? info? how much more power did you get?
It's a spammer, they are just copying and pasting stuff others have said in these threads, to get their link in their signature.

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