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I think the 90' 200tq already has the k24.
Search the archives for "Rocky Mountain Boost - the long and the nerdy",
96-07-26 by PDQSHIP (Scott Justusson). this is an excellent dissertation on
the topic. While you are in there Check for Dave Lawson's "McMath"
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> Sent: Sunday, September 12, 1999 10:08 PM
> To: JAYTRES@aol.com
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> Subject: Re: Elevation=lessBHP?
> Boy are you lucky to have a turbo car at that elevation. I've
> driven my
> 4k, 4kq, 5kcstq and 200tq at that altitude and basically, the
> non turbo
> cars really lose power, while the turbo cars gain some lag, they still
> move once spooled up. You should have a smaller k-24 so the spool up
> time will be much shorter than I get with the k-26 in the 5kcstq.
> Have fun blowing the scoobies and SUV's away,
> JAYTRES@aol.com wrote:
> > Hi-
> > Got a question on elevation and the effects that occur
> on turbo cars.
> > Someone told me that for every 1000 feet up in elevation, a
> N/A car will lose
> > 3% HP. Now does this hold true for a turbo car?
> > I currently live at 8000 feet and was wondering how
> much HP i lose from
> > the altitude.
> > TIA,
> > Jay 1990 200 TQ