Re: [DML] Re: Turbocharger availability
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Re: [DML] Re: Turbocharger availability

When I got it there was a slight problem with detonation. I designed a water injection system and that did away with it. That design is posted on the DML somewhere. I also run premium fuel and synthetic oil that is designed for turbo charged engines. I have no "blow by". Mark and I have discussed this in the past. Yes, they are set at 7 1/2 pounds. I see no need to change that now. No problem with clutch or transmission. I don't shift under boost. Full synthetic in the transmission too. I don't think I'm what anyone would call an aggressive driver but no moss grows on my tires either.

David Teitelbaum <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  I would question that pressure. Are you really running 7 1/2 #? It
needs to be checked with an accurate gauge. You really have to check
each turbo individually and then, after adjusting each, hook the
control lines together. You are right, most of the time the engine is
not under boost. The amount of time under boost is largely a function
of the driver's style. If you drive very conservatively you may be
able to have it at 7 1/2 # but most people, especially if they drive
aggresively, would blow the pistons with that boost. 
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