- Dec 2, 2013
4 PSI is an economy tune, not a power tune
Predator motors are for tanks(go karts).The point is, yes it "can" be done. But its not easy and not cheap. There are other mods such as Reed valves, porting and expansion chambers that add performance to a two stroke. And honestly, figuring out how to fit a power valve into one of these would be cheaper and probably a lot more effective than a homemade turbo. But the main point is, why spend the money to make a ****ty engine perform better when there are already other engines that perform better right out of the box. I have a 79cc predator that comes 3hp stock, and I'm expecting 4 just by disconnecting the governor, upgrading the carb and adding a high flow exhaust. Then they have custom ground cams, billet flywheels and stiffer valve springs, all which is e fairly easy to install and PROVEN to work. Not the cheapest either, especially the custom ground cam, but they do work. Turbos on two strokes have not yet been proven to work. If you're suggesting that everyone else is copping out by saying its not worth it, instead of coming on here talking more ****, do something about it and prove us all wrong. In the mean time I will stick with my predator engine.
A plain old turbo has a hi-temp turbine powered by the exhaust. May as well use a car battery on an air compressor and it still wont be enough.a plain old fan doesn't compress air. you won't get 1 psi out of it, let alone 60. it's just an intake restriction.
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-E6m3i2BHw&ved=0ahUKEwiP_ZS7go7UAhVG54MKHS58DswQo7QBCB0wAA&usg=AFQjCNGVt4u4D3YzniEIyKo1TlymngPDuQ&sig2=TBykmFwWZC6WLcXGkfBY2gWould 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?