I'm completing my degree in mechanical engineering here in Brazil. My thesis for obtaining the title of engineer will be based on the installation of a supercharger in my Dodge 1800 Polara (sold in the USA as Plymouth Cricket, and in Europe/Oceania as Hillman Avenger). The point is that in Brazil you only know how to install turbo, and we don't have the supercharger culture, the material about it is scarce. I don't have any supercharger books to support my thesis. I found some articles on Google Schoolar, but nothing deepening with the teachings and care that I must have in the assembly of the same. I need books preferably in .mobi, .epub or .pdf to be able to read. I know there are books for sale on amazon, however, 1 real = 5 dollars, making access to paid material very expensive...
I will use a programmable electronic injection system (speeduino for the price, Fueltech's headquarters is less than 300mi from here, however, it's out of my budget), which will control bypass valves and other systems for pressure control. I also want to create a control ratio on the speeduino based on the ratio of the dynamic compression of the cylinder to the positive pressure of the supercharger. Why not a turbo? Supercharger gives me almost all of its boost instantly, and as my goal is to increase the efficiency of this engine, I need full boost at all times for good control. Thanks for listening!
related pic of my dodge, in the family for over 15 years, it was abandoned and I'm slowly restoring it
>2022 Mopar Roadkill Nights Event >invite a bunch of automotive youtuber 'e-celebs' to do some racing >give them a bunch of free hellcat engines, to put into a mopar of their choice to race in >true to the original muscle formula, must all be manual 6 speeds >sweaty_pepe.jpg >cockpit cam is a clown show of missed shifts, over revs, unintentional power oversteer, granny shifting
Allegedly these people know how to drive manual but it all falls apart when you give them a big engine.
Why do you trust the opinions of 'e-celebs' that don't know how to drive?
What's a classic car, 70's or earlier, preferably non-american, that women wouldn't mind being seen in? I imagine they won't like convertibles and anything that's too small or too loud. Is anything less than a classic Porsche, that even women would know is expensive, worth mentioning? 4 seats would probably be a plus so that it had some practicality.
I have an old shitbox with ac that runs hot. I bought one of these pic relateds but when I attached it to the low pressure port, it seemed like there was already old stuff inside as it kept blowing the nozzle off. When I held it on, the pressure gauge on the can was way the fuck in the red. (I don't know if that's accurate though) So I ended up not putting any new stuff in. What's my problem now, though? Is my compressor just fucked?