Discussion in 'General' started by smashie, 29 Jun 2005.
Found this in another forum
'pose it will make Saxo owners happy
Laugh (and point finger).
The ultimate "I'm a tosser" car accessory.
Oh dear God
"The SABER-EDV was officially launched at RIPSPEED DONNY 2005."
I feel so proud.
Yet another reason to move.
LMAO, Need to show this to my mate...
Expect to see it on a nova near you early 2006
you could just do what my mate did and just play a sound of a dumpvalve really loud on your car stereo....... ahhh the good old 6th form comedy material that lasted almost all year
I'm pretty damn sure the company will be laughing at all the idiot kids making them rich.
LOL thats just hilarious, esp. on the launch page "Our awesome models Crystal and Danielle"
150GBP, ********. Ive seen things that you stick in your tail pipe that do the same thing for like $10
for 150usd I can get a junkyard turbo off a cumings diesel. And thats not fake....
FYI cars that have very loud dumper valves have improperly tuned turbos and engines. The turbo discharge valve should only open under extremem conditions in a street car.
BTW they have that in the US too, Ricers all over drool over that pos.
they arent trying to make their cars into upgraded 'street cars' they are trying to make them into race cars where the dump valve goes off more every time you think about it
ooo this would be good for my car
you might like this
Firstly anyone with a Diesel car putting one of these in has mental problems.
Turbo car emulating a turbo car sound ?
edit: you watch the video? It doesnt even sound like a dumpvalve!
Your a little off target there.
All turbo's need to dump air, just most standard turbo cars use a re-circulating dump valve which vent the excessive boost pressure back through the system so you don't hear it.
An atmospheric dump valve on the other hand vents to the atmosphere which gives off the "pssss" sound.
Might get one of those ASP ones for me peddly bike though
lol this reminded me of whistle tips
'thas ownly in the moanin, yo sposed to be sleepin or cookin somebody'
Correct. BUt a properly done engine (unless small) dosent need insane amounts of boost to make allot of hp. Sorry To make a generalisation but I tend to think a turbod large engines that only use about 10-15psi and those turbos are mainly active when throtle is stabed or the car is actualy at high speeds.
Ah well, still a useless product.
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