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post #1 of 6 Old 05-22-2019, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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About oil catch can and additional air filter

Does anybody tryed to make oil catch can in air filter system? Any desicions how to make it? And second - to install 3 stage gears i calculated it will require at least 250-280 cfm air flow. The best dna filter allows only 200 cfm. If to make second air filter instead bypass tube - will it be a good idea?
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Does anybody tryed to make oil catch can in air filter system? Any desicions how to make it? And second - to install 3 stage gears i calculated it will require at least 250-280 cfm air flow. The best dna filter allows only 200 cfm. If to make second air filter instead bypass tube - will it be a good idea?
The Sprint P08-F185 will have the flow you need.
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Noticed that h2 already have oil catch can. )))))
About sprint filter - i cant understand. 15000 liters/m2/sec it is unreal air flow. 30000 cfm??? Strange...
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Haven't given any thought to a Catch can. Have given a little thought to getting more air volume to the blower. The dime-size holes in the ram air tube don't make sense to me. Wonder if the ram air tube doesn't supply enough Volume at full speed?
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Hows your math ?
you can work out the foot per second for various speeds and surface area of the ram air inlet to get a cfm available to the supercharger, and then compare it to the cfm/hp a motor needs using a calculator like this https://www.widman.biz/English/Calculators/CFM.html

standing still the supercharger will be pulling at the air but i dont think it will take a lot of ground speed to match engine needs
I still think the holes are for undertank cooling , lots of heat coming off the radiator and exhaust and it all directs to the fuel tank and rider ,
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The placement of the holes has been explained before in this forum.
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