Turbo / Supercharging - Considerations

All things related to Engineering notably more performance from your Alfa Motor, Transplants, Fuelling & Ignition etc

Is this something people would enjoy?

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buzzed
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No substitute for cubes...so once the cubes are in...it's boost time :twisted:

Sorrry for delay in next update, I have been on holiday for a week, but rest assured I am preparing a worthy next installment.

Any now for some begging....Does anyone have a good red carpet for e rhd they would be willing to part with for my Alfasud ti QV? I am desperate.

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looking forward to the next instalment mate.

as for the red carpet, i'll have a look round for you Mike.
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Gents, an update will be forthcoming...but I'm at goodwood festival of speed and loving it, so am sidetracked!

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Morning
It amazing isn't it. I was there yesterday . I will be posting up pics in another thread in a bit. Would have met up if I'd known you where there ;)
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Ah shame, would have been good to catch up. Off to ferrari in Italy tomorrow.. You going to be there?!
I got heaps of pics and vid at goodwood but nothing can match being there... Got my shirt signed by Jackie Stuart which I was pleased with. Chatted to Indy car engineers.. 70+psi and not even getting on boost till 7500rpm...and not at all at goodwood...crazy cars.

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Hi chap
Sounds like you had a great time too. Love goodwood :D
Sadly I won't be Maranello :lol: have a great time man and post up the pics when you can ;)
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sorry for dragging my feet on this. Since I've been back I've been busy with work and getting my new garage up. Just one more week and I'll have a new home for my toys, cant wait. Then I just need to sort 3 phase and I'll be in heaven.

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Where's Mike/Buzzed?, just started reading through this thread and BOOM it stopped dead after Goodwood 2014. I can only guess he is still getting 3 phase put in to run his super computer for forced induction and its not man enough :lol: Anyway hope your well Mike wherever you're at?.

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