Talk:Forced induction

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This article 'Forced_induction' needs to be merged with 'Forced_Induction' 20:07, 11 January 2007 (UTC)

This article needs any references to "cylinders" changed to "combustion chambers," as rotary engines do not have cylinders or pistons. [[User:jmkogut] 19:38, 14 November, 2008

I believe there is an additional forced induction method not commonly known (whose name I forget). This involves an engine driven cylinder which in turn contains secondary cylinders or 'pulse tubes' about a common preimiter. The exhaust charge compresses an inlet charge down each pulse tube as the unit rotates. I understand this was adapted from use in Lamborghini tractors by the Ferrari F1 team for testing in the F1 turbo era but proved problematic. Does anyone have a reference to this? TurboMech (talk) 22:43, 18 January 2009 (UTC)