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    2 stroke with turbo/supercharger

    Which is better to get for a xl700 and gp1300r a turbocharger or a supercharger i was thinking turbo because it runs on hot air n the tmp. here is HOT!! plz reply thanx


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    Neither!!! If you want a power adder for 2 stroke nitrous is the way to go..

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    Forced Induction doesn't like 2 strokes. It doesn't work the same as a 4 stroke since. In the 2 strokes the air would just blow right through the motor.

    Your two choices are nitrous or tripple pipes.

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    HAH....NOS AND TRIPLES!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    HAH....NOS AND TRIPLES!!!!!!!!!
    Thats what I'm talking about...ha

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    Guys I hate to mention this but snow mobiles have been running turbos on 2 stroke for a while.

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    if thats the case then u need to elaborate on that. how they do it and such? im pretty sure like one the carburated ones i thnk the problem is the timing and such. jetting. i dno but id like to know. Wow a tripple piped big bore turbo charged. wow i may be able to show the big kids how its done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteelvis View Post
    Guys I hate to mention this but snow mobiles have been running turbos on 2 stroke for a while.
    Not saying it isn't possible. It just isn't worth it or so I have read.

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    I would think that pressurizing a 2 stroke would be WAY TOO COMPLICATED. Remember a 2 stroke has no valves, just open ports, so how do you keep the pressure in the cylinders? I just don't think it would be very efficient, bang for the buck go with tripple pipes.

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    Turbo on 2stroke

    How about on a 2stroke with a rotary valve on induction side rather then reeds? Didnt rotax engines have something like that?

    also, land&sea did one for mercury 2 stroke outboards, but never caught on

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