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Re: Fuel economy (was Re: Pressure Acummulator Discoveries)

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>john, the comment about wide throttle openings with lower revs being
>more economical than small throttle openings and high revs: does that
>apply equally and exactly to turbos and supercharged engines as well?
>the wildcard in this case is that boost pressure (and thus fuel
>injection) is varying...  anyone has an idea?

I thought the most 'efficient' use of the engine was to shift up to the
next gear so that the engine will be at its torque peak. Is this my
My 2.2 inline 5 peaks at 2500rpm for torque so I rarely go above 3500 in
normal driving.
my $0.02
Ernest Wong