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Guest Maj Millard

Boy, Just can't wait to see how this goes. Hope they've strengthened those thru bolts or it could end up being quite spectacular !...................................................................024_cool.gif.7a88a3168ebd868f5549631161e2b369.gif

 

 

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Turbo effects.

 

Any kind of supercharging is usually done by lowering the compression ratio first, and most other things are left standard. (Valve timing etc.)There is much more heat to get rid of, but the engine itself does not strengthening as the peak pressures are usually less than with a high compression set-up as the greater charge density gives a more sustained push . Athough it is claimed that the turbo gives the supercharging effect "free", you get nothing free, and the exhaust valves will get much hotter, as well as the piston crowns and heads. because of the extra power produced. 1 Bar of boost will almost double the power output in theory. Good luck. Nev

 

 

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