[audi20v] Re: [200q20v] Autox'ing and Re New toy
b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Mon May 21 21:43:51 EDT 2001
John L, being in the business, was kinder than I am, having my outspoken
reputation to live up to. Thanks, John
There is a check valve in the accumulator (I refuse to call it a bomb) which
prevents fluid flow back to the pump, The only filter in either PS or PB
systems is the screen in the reservoir. Further, if the resorvoir is not
overfilled, is is designed to handle the accumulator capacity under
conditions of full discharge.
Trackers having PS problems might consider changing the pulley ratio to run
the pump 10% faster.
> From: Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com>
> Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 18:21:31 -0400
> To: "John Larson" <jdlarson at ix.netcom.com>, "Bernie Benz"
> <b.m.benz at prodigy.net>, "John Larson" <jdlarson at ix.netcom.com>
> Cc: "audi-20v" <audi20v at rennlist.org>, "200q20V mailing list"
> <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Subject: Re: [audi20v] Re: [200q20v] Autox'ing and Re New toy
> However, it IS possible that active brake use as in an event might
> discharge a bomb with a restriction between the pump and the bomb so that
> it can't refill, causing an overflow at the reservoir. Isn't there a
> screen in the pump-to-bomb Banjo fitting? Isn't it possible that something
> plugs the screen, restricting flow to the bomb, and active braking causes
> oil in the bomb to flow out faster than it can flow in, thereby allowing
> for the "oil bath" someone described as part of this thread?
> At 02:05 PM 05/21/2001 -0700, John Larson wrote:
>> Good point, Bernie. Let me clarify.
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