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I want Diesel Power...
 
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ill put some in a bottle and send it to ya
 
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ill put some in a bottle and send it to ya
make sure it comes in a blue bottle hahahaha
 
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Here is the first calculation to apply a turbo on a non turbo engine. with this calculation you are also able to get a quick check about the to be expected horsepower.

Of course you also can calculate a bigger or different turbo Simply redo the calculation with the base engine and calculate again with the higher boost pressure.
The calculations are for a gas engine. For Diesel Calculations have in mind it needs a 1.33 higher airflow, so don't forget: 1.33 lbs/min for 10hp to get the corrected Diesel numbers!!!

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This is the formula to calculate the needed air filter and height(Diesel and Gas):




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This chart allows you to check quickly air and fuel flow( It is a Diesel air flow and fuel chart):

 

Last edited by Deezel Stink3r; 12-15-2009 at 10:56 AM. Reason: Adding a Diesel correction factor!!
 
 
 
 
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