Glen hits the nail squarely on the head:
> >> I would not call the 20V turbo w/max torque at 1950 RPM lacking of low
> >I would. That figure is measured with the turbo already spun up. In
> >reality (like sitting at a stop light), the turbo is rarely spun up at 1950
> >rpm, <not w/me driving!> and therefore cannot produce max boost.
> >Adam Dieckerhoff
> >Pacific Lutheran University
> So spin it up! Whatsdahbigdeal?
in a word - TECHNIQUE... It ain't a V8 and it ain't NA either...
If he wants to watch my rear end disappear, he can always come up to
Seattle. (PLU is less than 30 miles away)
steve powers ... '95.5 S6 ... '95 620RX/C ... '91 K100RS-16V ... '88 R100S
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