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Ha oh by no means am I looking at buying this cheap piece of plastic, I'm just baffled by it. Because technically that would work if it was done correctly and not made in china
 

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Hahahahaha! Im getting one for my lawnmower. Lol
My uncle dabbles with lawnmower pulling tractor contraptions and has used stuff like this. Last build I heard about he was running a pressurized propane tank with a huge regulator hooked to the throttle feeding a zx6 motor. He said these are good for 2-3 pounds and about a week...pure shit
 

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not Gunna lie. always thought of trying to put one of those on a little 50 or somthn.
 

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I look at that and the smell of smoke whiffs across my nose.

What kind of blinkers are you looking for. I have a handful of different stuff.
Ah I already found these on Ebay for dirt cheap and went on ahead and ordered them

 

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It says in the description max output equals 1000 pascals. Seems like a lot, until you do the conversions. 1000 pascals = 1kpa = 0.145 psi


Also what is 0.5kg to the wind? Lol
 

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not Gunna lie. always thought of trying to put one of those on a little 50 or somthn.
We had this little 70cc chinese pit-bike hanging around when I worked at the marina, not really sure where it came from. Anyway it was our target for experimentation and settling arguments about if something would work or not. We rigged a marine bilge blower fan to the airbox to "turbo" it.

After a while of fiddling with the carb and drilling out the main jet a little, and making the fan a push-button activate, we actually kind of succeeded. Due to how the carb was now set it would run okay-ish up to the midrange without the fan. You'd have to simultaneously snap it WOT and press the button to turn on the fan, which would give you a mild but noticeable boost in power for a limited RPM range, once it revved out too far I think it was going lean again and would fall on it's face. Still, a "proof of concept"
 
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