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Old 08-06-2008, 11:25 AM   #21
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It's kind of hard to tell how much without verticle line on it but why it looks like you're leaning out a decent amount between 1 and 9 psi. I guess at that point you're still only at a couple psi so it shouldn't be an issue, but still shouldn't it be decending steadily?
It's mid 12 there if I'm remembering correctly.
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I guess at that point you're still only at a couple psi so it shouldn't be an issue, but still shouldn't it be decending steadily?
it's all the same. actually straight up dumping in fuel will spool a turbo faster.
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ah, hard to tell without a line there, I'll just shut up now. Nice numbers.
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it's all the same. actually straight up dumping in fuel will spool a turbo faster.
Sorry for the thread jack but can you explain this a bit more? I thought I richer mixture burns cooler and a leaner mixture burns hotter. If heat is what's spooling the turbo how would a cooler mixture help that?
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raw fuel igniting in the manifold/turbine
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