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Thread: Progressive boost controller and swingarm

Created on: 01/27/21 04:13 AM

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skewedTotheLeft



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Progressive boost controller and swingarm
01/27/21 4:13 AM

Hello Everybody,
I took my bike back to Johnny Turbo's shop and had him install a 12 inch over chromoly swingarm (he said it wasn't the best arm but he was going to make it work and he also installed his custom-made boost controller. He does not use anything on the market and he's not divulging exactly how it works. I probably wouldn't want my trade secrets out there either.
Can't wait to try it out. Hope to pick it up later this week when I get the chance to run up to Sarasota, FL.

Here's the dyno sheet:



5 HP Briggs and Straton mini bike

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chrly


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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
01/29/21 10:02 AM

Got to be a FUN ride !!

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skewedTotheLeft



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
01/29/21 5:04 PM

Got her back today.



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/13/21 3:56 PM

Do you have any pics of teh turbo mounted ? .. I am curious about clearance issue etc.

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Fordtech58



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/15/21 11:38 AM

I'm pretty sure skewed's gone silent for quite a while now. What pictures and clearance concerns are you looking for? I'll see what I've got from my bike.

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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/15/21 11:06 PM

Just wondering about how turbo is sitting after everything hooked up, Is it located below bottom edge o radiator ?

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Fordtech58



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/16/21 11:35 AM

You can see it here through the body panels. I currently have the lowers off, I'll snap a few closer pics this weekend.

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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/16/21 1:32 PM

Yep that would be what I am curious about.. Bill is coming right along . Had one race with him last night at fun event in Sacramento..He is kinda funny...:)

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Fordtech58



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/26/21 1:17 PM


Sorry for the delay on these pictures. I ended up pruning a 45ft. tree in my yard last weekend. More to follow...

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Fordtech58



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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/26/21 1:27 PM


I've currently installed the liquid to air intercooler kit to my original setup but have yet to run it this way as we're still on lockdown! They're racing on Hawaii island and Kauai but Maui still no go and I'm BULL S--T over it. The last picture is of the secondary fuel system completing RCC's stage 2 plus kit which I'll install when I swap in the High boost motor built by Steve Knecum. 400hp @ 18psi on pump, 440hp @ 26 psi on race fuel!

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RE: Progressive boost controller and swingarm
09/26/21 9:36 PM

Thanks Rick.. That is what I was looking for ..


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