I always thought twin screws required more power than roots types. I know the screw set-ups are better b/c they actually have internal compression unlike the roots, but I thought that compression meant the roots took less power to spin.creates more boost with less pulley, and requires less power to spin.
That is an AWESOME setup.ONEBADMK8 said:I have the Eaton M90a unit on my SC Mark VIII. Im making 450 hp with 8 psi.
I also have sixteen 24lb injectors, 7/8 inch fuel rails, two 80mm mass air meters, two throttle bodies, an a2w aftercooler, and two eec's running the whole show.
Very unique to say the least.
It has loads of low-end and pulls like a runaway train upstairs.
Im now running without a hood too. People almost crash trying to get a look as I pass them, its a riot.
The one comp controls one set of eight injectors, one 80mm maf, one throttle body and TPS and the other controls the other side.clearwaterms said:Mark8, that is awesome. Are you running two mass air meters? I saw a picture with what looked like two computers, how does that work, does each computer control 8 of the fuel injectors? Does each computer control one side or 1 injector per cyl? It's an interesting setup, who did the fabricating for the intake manifold? Are you running on stock heads?
No problem man, I love this stuff!clearwaterms said:OnebadMKVIII. Sorry to be such a pest... and probe, but... What type of computers are running the fuel system? Does the factory computer control ignition? I am really like the setup and think you have one very bad MKVIII. Also, do you contribute the 450 hp. to the dual intake setup? What else is done to the motor (stock internals, cams, crank?) This thing probably suprises quite a many people