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    why can't we turbo a gpr motor??

    is it possible? i mean, it would sound feasable, especially if it's carbd'. just rejet until it's happy. have to fab a special intake for the forced induction, fab up a mount for the turbo somewhere in the back near the exhaust tube for the turbo exhaust inlet, but that wouldn't seem to hard. hell, i'll yank the one off of my car... any thoughts?


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    if it was simple i bet someone would have tried it...

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    wonder how my reed would hold up to a turbo

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    Because it is a 2 stroke

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    yea, didn't think about the reeds. it would probably blow them right off.

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    Cool

    You would need some type of mechanize intake control (piston port may work but not reed valve motor. few years back they tried super charger on 650 x2 did not work well, but with fuel injection systems now, well maybe

    later cd

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    I think its a sea-doo that used a mechanical reed system that looked like a pizza with a piece missing and it was run of the crank... either way get tripples its the same concept and allready been proven!

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    after thinking a little more, the main problem would be the water and burned oil running out the exhaust would just kill that turbo. Now it would make more sense to use a supercharger. would probably be easier also. Still might be easier on the seadoo cause of the RAV valve it uses.

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    Since a two stroke doesnt have intake and exhaust valves, I would imagine a forced induction would pretty much blow right through and It wouldnt be able to scavenge from the exhaust like its supposed to.

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    Juice it

    Another way of introducing more air to the engine and easier to do on a 2 stroke would be to Juice it a little NOS go's a long way. It''s what I call the poor mans supercharger.
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