nickysamm Posted January 19, 2008 Share Posted January 19, 2008 I just bought a 'Hyper Tune' electric supercharger off eBay for my beloved 1994 Del Sol. (Its' a japanese import with a rare 1490 SOHC V-Tec engine. The charger should be installed directly after the cone filter and a switch connected to the throttle body activates it when the throttle is at its maximum. Conventional superchargers are installed with the belts of the engine but this doesn't. I am a bit worried about the engine's safety - According to the seller this charger gives approximately 2 - 3 PSI boosting. Keeping this in mind I am asking myself: "Doesn't extra air flow need compensation with extra fuel?"...I dont think the ECU can automatically compensate for such a change no? Stricly speaking, even a cone filter needs to have more fuel but the ECU manages to compensate for such a small difference...but this is not a very small difference which the ECU can manage...what do you think? thanks, nickysamm Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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