Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2005 15:53:50 +0100
From: Sleeker GT Phwoar <carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com>
Subject: Re: Oh god, what do I do about the C900 Cab.


In article <42DA645D.DC5A2C55nospamail.com>, rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com says... >Sleeker GT Phwoar wrote: > >> In article <BEFFE742.1535D%pjghnospamyonder.co.uk>, pjghnospamyonder.co.uk >> says... >> >It's a LPT. No intercooler or APC solenoid atop the radiator. >> >Easily changed into a FPT, of course ... >> ><http://www.nospam/main/diy_main_lpt.htm> >> >> >> It's a 9000 2.0 Eco that is local that I need to investigate (I believe >> the 9000 LPTs can be uprated pretty much plug and play with an ECU >> upgrade, I know for definate (I was pretty sure anyway) that the 900 is >> an LPT. > >I've been told that 9000 2.0 lpts ( the ecos ) need the intercooler before >you can up the boost pressure much. The story goes that the compressed >intake air gets so hot that there's a danger of self detonation of the >fuel-air mixture and a wrecked engine. > >Graham > > > I was under the impression at least on later ones, they got the intercooler. It was only the early LPTs didn't. Later ones where the APC (Trionic cars I think) was no longer seperate had the intercooler, and a ECU swap effectively brings them to full power. But yes, if no intercooler, increased intake temps from higher boost will cause detonation, in extremes, blown headgaskets at best. At worst, melted pistons. -- Carl Robson Car PC Build starts again. http://smallr.com/rz Homepage: http://www.bouncing-czechs.com

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