Testimonials are not normally included in our web pages (the one below being an exception) because we often feel that they appear patronising and insincere. We donít believe other products testimonials so we figure that why should you believe ours? For those of you who have taken the trouble to write in and especially those that included photographs we would like to express our earnest gratitude. Everyone likes to hear that their efforts are appreciated and we are always keen to get feed back on our projects.
The team here at GA Projects decided to make an exception with this communication for two reasons. Firstly we particularly liked its contents but more importantly there are a number of points to be observed in the accompanying pictures.
Here is the emails text (unedited).
I MADE ONE FROM THE DOWNLOAD I GOT FROM YOU. WORKS GREAT. EVERYTHING COST ABOUT $80.00 BUT I BOUGHT A NEW HEATER FAN. COULD OF BOUGHT USED ONE AND SAVED SOME CASH BUT DIDN'T FEEL LIKE SHOPPING FOR ONE. THIS WENT INTO A 2.2 LITER S-10 PICK UP. GOT IT UP TO 110 MPH. IT'S NEVER GONE THAT FAST EVEN DOWN HILL. THANKS FELLAS. PETER KEESAL
Thankyou Peter. Of course we are sure Peter didnít do 110 mph on a public road J, just like we are sure young Ryan and Tyron arenít responsible for the thick tyre marks plastering our access road!
Peter is obviously a skilled metal worker and his bending procedure is somewhat superior to the methods we use. Our Ďtab and tubeí technique isnít as neat but is much easier to accomplish.
We are a little concerned that the air filter is too small. The only way to find out is by measuring absolute pressure (read vacuum) in the air filters cavity or attachment tube. 1Ē or 2Ē Hg (inches of mercury) is fine but any more than that is likely to indicate excessive flow resistance.
Peter has used red tape to connect his supercharger to its air ducting. We assume that this is only a temporary measure as it will surely leak before long and may well blow off altogether. Our adapter does have drawbacks (hard to remove the lid once fitted) but is easy to manufacture and has proven to be very reliable.
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