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Old 02-01-2012, 08:31 AM
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Well, got a little progress tonight. A couple days ago I noticed that my electrical connectors were pretty disorganized, so I thought that I should try to fix that a bit. I know you can buy variety packs of this stuff, but I've acquired these a little bit at a time, so this will work pretty well.
I have no idea why I have all those yellow wire nuts...
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Does anybody have any input on what on OBA compressor should feel like at idle?
Asks the E.I. studying for his test... :-)
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Old 02-01-2012, 09:19 AM
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Okay, so quick napkin calc:

SD-510 has approx. 10 cu. in. displacement.

I had my engine idling at about 800 rpm. Assuming the compressor pulley is approximately the same diameter as the crank pulley:

At 800 rpm, compressor output = 4.6 cfm with no backpressure

If the discharge connection is 3/4", then that is approx. 21 ft/s discharge velocity. Yeah, I guess that's about what I felt.

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At 2000 rpm, compressor output should be about 11.6 cfm with no backpressure, so looks like I need to figure out a hand throttle
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Answered your own question and got a little more prepped! Any word yet from the AES board?
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No, which I'm getting worried about. You got your letter on 1/8/2008. The deadline to register with NCEES is February 23. I should probably call the state and find out what's going on. There were some problems with my application because they changed the format of the application halfway through the time I was filling it out.
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For a cheap but righteous hand throttle... bicycle shifter mounted on your gear shift. Modify the gas pedal to accept another cable, or, cable it to somewhere on the carb itself.

You can use it for those pucker moments starting on a steep hill too...

Arapahoe Cyclery should be able to fix you up with all you need.
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For a cheap but righteous hand throttle... bicycle shifter mounted on your gear shift. Modify the gas pedal to accept another cable, or, cable it to somewhere on the carb itself.

You can use it for those pucker moments starting on a steep hill too...

Arapahoe Cyclery should be able to fix you up with all you need.
you know Bill, earlier 40s came with a hand throttle, so I think I'm going to keep it "Toyota" on this one
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you know Bill, earlier 40s came with a hand throttle, so I think I'm going to keep it "Toyota" on this one
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Dash mount? How much?
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dash Mount? How Much?
Under the dash and pulls on the pedal, it's no-nonsense. I love the straight forward solutions on FJ40s, it's what ghetto engineers would do if they had a factory at their disposal.

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