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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
    2Stroke Stuffing.


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    The only thing I agree with is his suspenders.
    I keep thinking the same

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    If you use an efficient, screw compressor and can seal the exhaust with the disk, it can work. Will it really be better than the tuned pipe engine that's a lot simpler and lighter? People have tried almost the mechanical solutions to the two stroke's problems you can imagine. Today they only show an advantage in the big marine engines.

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    I'm just not a fan of anything other than naturally aspirated.

    Really not even a fan of methanol or nitro.

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    His enthusiasm and go for it approach are admiring most of the time but this will be a nightmare to get somewhere near durable plus the blower will eat so much power to deliver enough air doubt it'll make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
    2Stroke Stuffing.

    Will it not take 9.86 kw to spin that pump 300cc 1.7bar at 17000k?

    Feels like he needs to squeeze out a bit if he is to reach the world's most powerful 2-stroke
    No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.

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    transfert duct

    Hello everyone,

    this is my first message on Kiwibiker, i am very grateful to all of you who shared your knowledge ( sorry for my bad english.... ).
    I have a question about the transfert duct, Mr Overmars, Wobbly, could it be beneficial to have the exit of the inner radius straight with the same angle like the outside radius on A and B transferts ? i ask the question, because i do not see it on the drawing of the rsa ducts .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pagi View Post
    Hello everyone, this is my first message on Kiwibiker, i am very grateful to all of you who shared your knowledge ( sorry for my bad english.... ). I have a question about the transfert duct, Mr Overmars, Wobbly, could it be beneficial to have the exit of the inner radius straight with the same angle like the outside radius on A and B transferts ? i ask the question, because i do not see it on the drawing of the rsa ducts .......
    Welcome here, Pagi. The inner and outer radius of the RSA A-duct have the same exit angle, as indicated by the parallel upper yellow line and upper blue line in the picture below. But unlike the Honda transfer ducts, the RSA A-duct has no straight at its inner exit. A straight section here would inevitably lead to a reduction of the radius, and keeping the inner radius as large as possible is paramount for good flow.
    By the way Pagi, your English is fine, but I can see one point for improvement. I do appreciate you addressing me as Mr. Overmars, but as I keep saying, Mr. Overmars was my beloved father. Just 'Frits' is fine by me .
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    transfert duct

    thank you very much 'frits'

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