Its good enough for an Eatom M90 supercharger? Although... they typically do go on unreliable american cars. Lol jk. Actually, this is very similar to the bypass valve that is currently sitting on my front porch, except it has an electric motor. This method has more ability to change when it opens, instead of the turbo having to overcome the breakover point of a check valve. True, but eventually when this is tried and true, I want to involve an electronic management system and replace some of the pneumatic actuators with servos or other electronic means to massage more power and response out of the system.
Originally posted by TeamRevvolutionI feel that while it may have be more prone to failure, I think this method would be much more effective during operation. No? But more hoses for leaks!!