Date: Mon, 05 Oct 1998 14:58:53 GMT
From: njahnopsamejanews.com
Subject: Re: Allowable boost 85 900T


In article <19981003162833.14579.00005844nopsama2.aol.com>, baur323nopsamcom (Baur323) wrote: > > I just installled an aftermarket turbo (Stage 1 from Group 6) in my 85 900T and > was wondering what the recommended boost is on a 211K mile motor. I'm hitting > 8lbs now and was wondering how much father I can go without blowing the motor > up. No mods to motor, yet. I want this motor to be reliable, as this car is > my daily driver until I transplant a tuned motor into the car. Thanks > > -ray > I can't comment on what is a maximum safe boost level, but I have read before of people running upto 19psi of boost. I think by far the most important thing is to use a water cooled inter-cooler for more than 1 atmosphere of boost. If you want to go crazy you can even plump for a mappable water injection system such as the ERL one fitted to cosworths. Keeping the inlet charge temperature down will probably do more for the reliability of your engine than anything else. P.S. If you haven't already got a water cooled inter-cooler then it is unlikely that increasing the boost on this engine will increase the bhp by very much, although it certainly seems to give brutal torque. -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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