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Old 01-25-2009, 11:46 PM   #81
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I saw it just don't car for how you have treated my simple question so don't care for your input. I thank people who just answer my question not people who want to argue. Besides 2.5 bar is right where i've been saying already 22psi.
Any answers you got from this thread are totally arbitrary, because the answer you are looking for doesn't exist.
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I saw it just don't car for how you have treated my simple question so don't care for your input. I thank people who just answer my question not people who want to argue. Besides 2.5 bar is right where i've been saying already 22psi.
No, you arrogant oaf. It is 36.75 PSI

What a tool...
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A turbocharger will increase the density of the air going into the engine. Denser air= more oxygen.
Dense air is boost. And air going into your engine is flow.
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Dense air is boost.
No.

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No, you arrogant oaf. It is 36.75 PSI

What a tool...
Approximately 36.7447562745993 is the correct number in PSI, which, rounding to four significant digits is 36.74. Get it right.
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Dense air is not boost you stupid ------.
Yup.
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Dense air is boost.
NO, IT'S NOT. Dense air is just that - dense air. Boost is an arbitrary measurement of restriction. Your question, "How much boost will my built motor handle", cannot be answered, because ARBITRARY figures have no correlation to ANYTHING.
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Approximately 36.7447562745993 is the correct number in PSI, which, rounding to four significant digits is 36.74. Get it right.
I was in a hurry. Please forgive....
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This thread needs more Maximum Boost by Corky Bell!

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No, you arrogant oaf. It is 36.75 PSI

What a tool...
2.5 bar is to be exact 36.2595 Sorry I don't usually do bars. I thought you had to remove a bar for one atmosphere. So I thought it was 1.5 of boost on top of one 1 atm. I deal in kpa or psi.
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I deal in kpa or psi.

No, you deal in sheer idiocy.
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In general density can be changed by changing either the pressure or the temperature. Increasing the pressure will always increase the density.

Got that straight off the definition.
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I was in a hurry. Please forgive....
Aight.

Chucky needs to do some reading. He's made an utter fool of himself. It's one thing to come here and know nothing. It's another to come here and declare your misunderstandings as fact.
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How much boost can my turbo handle? I can answer that one.
Do you know why? There's a chart. With real actual numbers on it.

If you picked a turbo as was asked about 2 pages ago, someone could tell you by calculating the volume of air (did I mention CFMs before), how much your imaginary engine could handle and at what point it might become restrictive and cause the by-product called boossshhht.
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In general density can be changed by changing either the pressure or the temperature. Increasing the pressure will always increase the density of a material.
Provided the volume of said container is constant - WHICH IT ISN'T.
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Increasing the pressure will always increase the density of a material.

Got that straight off the internet.
Incompressible flow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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i run my tires at 35 psi and they haven't blown up.

and posting the crap 10 times is funny the first time someone does it. you are about the 3234th person. it's not funny anymore.
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No, you deal in sheer idiocy.
So far I have corrected you on that I know that ppp is what really matters. And all i wanted was a rough estimate on what people think is safe. And people have saide 22psi-30psi. I have also never argued torque is what brakes a engine. You are just arguing to argue.
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You are just arguing to argue.
No, I'm arguing because you're wrong and you refuse to admit it. The only time you even mentioned peak pressure is after I had corrected you by saying that was the only pressure that mattered. Before that, you were asking about boost pressures, and you got arbitrary answers of boost pressures.
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