Turbo?

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joeranton

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Would there be, or is there a way to add a turbo kit onto these 70/80cc engines or would I have to fabricate one myself. Any tips?
 


Tom

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Ive thought about this before, and there could be, but I dont know if the idea of a turbo would work on a 2-stroke engine...
 
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joeranton said:
Would there be, or is there a way to add a turbo kit onto these 70/80cc engines or would I have to fabricate one myself. Any tips?
Yes here's a tip......don't. The cost of the turbo alone would buy you a faster mode of transportation. Two strokes are not readily "turbo'ed" and I doubt you'd find one small enough for these tiny engines.
 

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Yeah, but if you had all the money in the world and all the time in the world, other motorized bikers would think its pretty sweet if you turboed your bike
 
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I think I'm gonna try it. Need to do my homework on turbo kits n check out my options. I'm gonna try to fabricate one myself. I think it will be cheaper that way.
 

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that would be sooooo hard, but so sick if you could pull it off. let us know how it goes!
 
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ive always wanted to supercharge a briggs and stratton with a smog pump from a mustang 5.0 this is a much cheaper way to do it hehe :)
 
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It would be cheaper and easier and just as effective to tie a few sticks of dynamite to the back...
 
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yeah for the price of a turbo you could get a used 80cc dirtbike engine and let it scream heh :p
 
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jaker said:
yeah for the price of a turbo you could get a used 80cc dirtbike engine and let it scream heh :p
Or a couple and let 'er rip with a twin engine beast!
 
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