[Vwdiesel] PCV vents
swright at zuiko.sls.bc.ca
Thu May 25 11:19:51 EDT 2006
On 25 May 2006 at 10:31, Libbybapa at wmconnect.com <Libbybapa at wmconnect.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 5/24/06 10:16:29 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
> bdecker001 at centurytel.net writes:
> > By the way what is your EGT when you stay at 15lbs of boost for more
> > than a few seconds. I ran a stock Jetta TD 1600 setup in a 1981 rabbit
> > pickup and the most it would do is 9 to 10 lbs and if one was on a steep
> > hill the pyrometer would tell me shortly to back out of the pump and shift
> > down if I didn't want to fry some aluminum.
> Higher boost does not cause higher EGT's. Actually the reverse to a point. If
> intercooled, higher boost is a very effective way to lower EGT's.
Yes, that has been my experience so far...(limited to only a few months of driving with a
gauge) - highest EGTs of around 1500 (briefly) were easily achieved in a few seconds at 10-
12psi when fuelling was higher and timing less advanced. Now I can run at 15psi for long
periods and EGT stays around 1200.
'88 Westy 1.6TD 5 speed
'85 Jetta Diesel 1.6NA
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