[Vwdiesel] Using Ether in Volkswagens..............

James Hansen jhsg at sasktel.net
Thu Jun 22 01:35:02 EDT 2006

See, now this is what pisses me off about Moderators.  They get dibs on 
all the good stuff.

To answer your question, your egt is what you set it to be as a function 
of max fueling and timing advance.  THis is why you NEED an EGT gauge if 
you plan on doing stuff like this.  It's do-able, but you have to think 
lots. Turbos actually cool off the fire by packing more air in.  It's 
only when you add fuel to the mix that the temp goes up.

LBaird119 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 6/21/2006 10:18:13 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
> vbriggs at stny.rr.com writes:
>> Ok, now I'm hearing 2 dif things, one group says under no circumstances 
>> add a turbo to a non turbo engine, another says you can, whats the 
>> "real" deal. Can you add one to an NA block, if you can, what should 
>> you do to keep egt in check, I have the entire setup from a TD sitting 
>> on the shelf, but haven't done anything with it because of what I've 
>> heard.
>   Can't use it.  Just have to give it all to me.  I'll even pay shipping to 
> make 
> the room on your shelf.  :-)
>      Loren
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