I believe that there is a few threads on here showing how to make one. I'm new to this as well, so not sure how to find it.I own a Cross-American Power Booster which is the inline type. With for instance my Jaguar 6.6.
It has a 2 stage 6.6 rather than a single stage which some others are using in their power boosters.
Anyway when I hook it up for instance at 100 feet and add another 50 feet I have basically 3 X 6.6 2 stage
vacuum motors. Each motor rated 625 air watts, 139.5 cfms and 131"water lift. Although my own testing
I did get at least 139 cfms but lift was depending on which day ranged from 117-122"water lift. Setup like that and
my drying times were very fast ! The new design of the CA Power Booster is idiot proof and so simple to hook
Yeah, I'd love to do that.. but how the hell do you build those booster boxes? Can anyone give me a dumbmies step by step on how to build a booster box? I would just want the one 5.7" vac in it though. What are all the components/bits and pieces that are required. My brother is quite handy at that sort of thing, but I'd need to relay the information to him about what is required.