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this is what the non intercooled looks like , one end of the bypass valve is connected to a short piece of hose coming from the blue intake elbow . the the opposite end of the bypass valve connects to a hose leading back to the flat part of the Vortech intake . thus the re circling of metered air when not under load . when under load the by pass closes and you build boost
Ahh yes idk why I forgot about there being a bypass valve non intercooled!
well... I know the Roush gets around 435hp... and i belive the FRPP one is close to that.. but the biggest difference is the ft-lbs of Torque, they're much higher and especially at lower RPM (in my opinion where most damage can occur) than the centrifugal style (Vortech v3)
They're all within 25-50 hp of each other.. I mean you can only compress air so many different ways.. but in the end, its still compressed air..
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