Carpenter Racing Turbo Rocket

Discussion in 'Rocket Performance' started by R-III-R Turbo, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. R-III-R Turbo

    R-III-R Turbo Warp Speed: ENGAGE

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    Will it ever happen?

    I hope so. Looking at this pic, I'm wondering can that setup be fitted into a Rocket chassis. Yank out the stock air filter box and you might have room for the turbo on Roadster etc with the ABS box below. If battery could be relocated you'd have ample space.
    Intake filter in place of/under left side panel.

    Oh where is @IMFASTTOO :D
     
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    warp9.9 Pocałuj mnie w dupę

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    The last time I was at the shop it was a lot further along. It was in the bike and had the air box removed and a new location for things like the ecu and the battery. ABS had been relocated also. We have been blessed by the powers above not to here a bunch of fussing. Don't rock the boat :D
     
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    IMFASTTOO Living Legend

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    OH OK yes the bike is on HOLD at the moment
     
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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    Wow so how much Hp and torque will it be?
    What carpenter kit does it have?
     
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    IMFASTTOO Living Legend

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    DEPENDS how much power do you want ?
     
  6. Claviger

    Claviger Meh

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    I spoke with Bob about this kit a few weeks ago. If someone is serious... they should call him. Have a large check on hand!

    The answer I got, basically word for word was "How much do you want?" when I spoke with him... lol.

    Spoiler alert... its more than a C7 corvette makes.
     
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  7. IMFASTTOO

    IMFASTTOO Living Legend

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    YEP I ts not going to be cheap thats for sure
     
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    phar2slo Nitrous

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    So you don't have to look for it.

    That's way way too much power.

    And for those that say you can never have too much power a stock rocket is quicker than this C7 to a 60mph.
     
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    mr hunt Living Legend

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    Yes but with more power it can be even quicker than this C7
     
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    barbagris Mad Scientist

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    As long as it has traction!. Otherwise it'll wander slowly in a cloud (apologies to W Wordsworth).
     
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