It's kart, with a "K" :tongue3:Carts - then you and Dave have more than just your car and engine combo in common.
With the race tail, you will be forced to do something different with your IC setup. There are always the side ducts, but like I said, I have and believe those should be reserved for oil cooling and I believe those ducts and space behind them will not be big enough to accomodate an IC for us, unless you want to throw efficiency out the window and run twin IC's (one for each side) for one turbo. There is room on top of the engine if you build a scoop for fresh air or something. You could run an A2A or A2W heat exchanger up there...maybe. There is always the front of the car for an A2A IC or A2W heat exchanger, but your charge time will be forever in the prior case and and the radiator doesn't need any competition for fresh air in either case.I'm run ning I think its a s5. Kennedy flywheel and clutch I had to make a adapter for the tranny to be turned upside down so the porsche bell housing can be used. My final ratio is 488 and top gear is .8.
Kennedy said for the he starter to line up it needs .625. The one I bought from Fran is .5.
Race tail. Fran said the 4 rotor wouldn't fit
Very interesting. You could mount the compressor in the front to improve weight distribution as well. Also, simplifies the engine front end dress, and makes plumbing easier and shorter if it all resides up front where the evap and condenser are.Not sure what the power specifics are but here is an OEM electric compressor from a Nissan Leaf
I did look into electric AC Compressors, but couldn't find anything that wouldn't require a major electrical upgrade. This was a couple of years ago when I was trying to install a 6 stage dry sump and maintain AC. There may be more viable AC options now...?Not sure what the power specifics are but here is an OEM electric compressor from a Nissan Leaf
Don't know if it's useful, but there is this relatively recent thread: http://www.gt40s.com/forum/gt40-tech-fueling-electrics-engine-cooling/40446-epas-electric-power-assist-steering.html#post425006Also electic power assist steering?