H2R has no intercooling between the supercharger and the intake valves? Weird - Page 2 - Kawasaki Ninja H2 Forum
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post #11 of 26 Old 10-23-2014, 09:46 PM
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You really are the knucklehead from the other ZX forums. You move around a lot.

I 've seen your work, Now for the slow learner's like yourself, or some would call
the " Simple folk "

I can see why you can't comprehend anything, forum to forum.

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You really are the knucklehead from the other ZX forums. You move around a lot.

I 've seen your work, Now for the slow learner's like yourself, or some would call
the " Simple folk "

I can see why you can't comprehend anything, forum to forum.
If you talked to me or anyone else at the track like that, you know exactly what would happen to you.
Regardless, you are obviously clueless about forced induction, boy.
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I actually don't think its relevant that there is no intercooler. At speed its essentially being force fed freezing cold air, besides most supercharger systems use an aftercooler system anyways...
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I actually don't think its relevant that there is no intercooler. At speed its essentially being force fed freezing cold air, besides most supercharger systems use an aftercooler system anyways...
shaking my head

The bike community obviously doesn't know much about forced induction.
Aftercoolers ARE intercoolers, just air to water usually.
The supercharger compresses and heats the air, so the "freezing cold air" isn't cold after the blower.
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D W Y ..... done with you

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shaking my head

The bike community obviously doesn't know much about forced induction.
Aftercoolers ARE intercoolers, just air to water usually.
The supercharger compresses and heats the air, so the "freezing cold air" isn't cold after the blower.
Enlighten us to all the mistakes Kawasaki engineers have made.... we get it you're brilliant....
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Enlighten us to all the mistakes Kawasaki engineers have made.... we get it you're brilliant....
I never said they made a mistake.
As a ZX10 owner, I have faith in Kawi.
I am simply asking how they are dealing with the increased intake temps that the supercharger will produce.
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I also don't think that just because you are at speed the air is cooler. There is a difference between the temperature of the air and wind chill.
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more air=more cooling, moving air dissipates heat faster than stagnant air. Why do you think I said essentially
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more air=more cooling, moving air dissipates heat faster than stagnant air. Why do you think I said essentially
You got called out on your bullshit.
Stop Backpeddling.

The fact is, we were talking about cooling the air after it's heated by the supercharger and you were talking out of your ass because you don't understand forced induction.
On top of that, you sarcastically call me "brilliant", making you look like a complete idiot.
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