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Re: Ruminants and low-end torque: Is your turbo a cow?
On Thu, 14 Mar 1996 STEADIRIC@aol.com wrote:
> >my interpretation of that is that "high boost requires a big turbo, and
> >a big turbo is slow to spool up". i think insufficient distinction
> >was made between off boost and low rpm torque on-boost.
> Or you can just Overspeed the hell out of a small turbo......
Yeah, but then you get some serious cavitation problems. Tried it on the
lotus with poor results. Air can only move so fast :)
When it comes to turbo sizing, its a give and take, you have to know what
you are trying to accomplish then aim for it. There is no do-all turbo.
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