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To claim, calculate, 01' estimate a specific figure for power from a turbo engine C1m be precarious indeed.

Of known dyno runs on piston engines with a variety of turbo systems, the lowest output. The variance is due to the engines' basic designs.

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To guess at. Example, A cid engine with 10 psi boost Lower uaill e '" 0.

It does if, and only if, the eOllditiull S requil'ed to achieve that boost are de- fined and accurate. For exumplc: Was the gasoline used commercially available pump gus?

Were octane boosters used? What was intake ail' temperature? Is this the same boost-pressure setting the downloader will receive? Considering the lalge power increases offered by Ihe turbochargel; what keeps the entire structure of the engi ne from goiTig south?

A proper answer to this question is a complete analysis of the inertiul, pow- er, and thermal loads before and afte! If this is performed, the conclusion wil l be two interesting bits ofinfonnatioll: 'I'he inertiul louds in a modern internlll combustion street engine are so large at maximum powel- that the power component orthe total loud is of little significaJl.

The thermlliload in an engine not originally designcn for a turbocharger will an increase in component and cooling-system t. Expelience has led me to believe that the time limit III full boost. The answer is nn impractically high rate of speed. Whell shou. In most cases, there ore trade-offs between a low boost threshold and maxi- mum power.

To bias the turbo size toward low-speed boost capability generally means operating the turbo in a very ineffident now rnnge at the engine's top cud. Conversely, if mllXimum power is to be achieved, the turbo will usually be so laq,'1l that no boost will be available until the last half of the rev range.

Com- promise is obviously necessary. The starting of carbureted engincs will be degraded s lightly. The turbo, when installed as an aftermarket item on a spark-ibrnition engine, is not an economi:ter and cannot be construed as such. When not operating under boost, a turboclwrgcr is a small system restriction. Volu- metric efficiency and fuel economy are definitely tied together. No miracles here.

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Will the turbodwrger affect cngine wear and maintenance? Certainly the turbo will afi"ect engine wear.

Do you really expect to add pow- er and not increase wear? No miracles here either. Considering the lalge power increases offered by Ihe turbochargel; what keeps the entire structure of the engi ne from goiTig south? A proper answer to this question is a complete analysis of the inertiul, pow- er, and thermal loads before and afte!

If this is performed, the conclusion wil l be two interesting bits ofinfonnatioll: 'I'he inertiul louds in a modern internlll combustion street engine are so large at maximum powel- that the power component orthe total loud is of little significaJl.

The thermlliload in an engine not originally designcn for a turbocharger will an increase in component and cooling-system t. Expelience has led me to believe that the time limit III full boost. The answer is nn impractically high rate of speed. Whell shou.

In most cases, there ore trade-offs between a low boost threshold and maxi- mum power. To bias the turbo size toward low-speed boost capability generally means operating the turbo in a very ineffident now rnnge at the engine's top cud. Conversely, if mllXimum power is to be achieved, the turbo will usually be so laq,'1l that no boost will be available until the last half of the rev range.

Com- promise is obviously necessary. The starting of carbureted engincs will be degraded s lightly.

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The turbo, when installed as an aftermarket item on a spark-ibrnition engine, is not an economi:ter and cannot be construed as such. When not operating under boost, a turboclwrgcr is a small system restriction. Volu- metric efficiency and fuel economy are definitely tied together. No miracles here.

Will the turbodwrger affect cngine wear and maintenance? Certainly the turbo will afi"ect engine wear. Do you really expect to add pow- er and not increase wear?

No miracles here either. If you drive vigorously but with some respect for the equipment, you can expect about goq of normnl en- gine life. Very unlikely. Consider that the ddvetrnin endures more torque in fu-stgear from the stock engine than almost uny turbo can produce in second b'Ca.

Most clutch prob- lems nre going to crop up when shining hl. Not to worry. What cioes it feel like to drive a properl. A turbo can justifinbly be called I torque multiplier: the morc boost, the more torque. A boo! Thus you ;8n see lhat6 psi boost will pro duce fourth. An- other reasonable comparison is that a proper tul'l cur operating at 10 psi boost will do in twoth irds the original time; Le.No miracles here either.

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Absolute pressure means the amount of pressure above nothing at all. Surge limits are not always labeled on flow maps, but you can assume they are the leftmost line.

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To keep temperatures down at high power outputs, a large turbo is clearly necessary. They must be understood both individually and in their interaction.

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Consider that the drivetrain endures more torque in first gear from the stock engine than almost any turbo can produce in second gear, Occasionally a clutch comes along that won't do the extra duty. Here is where foresight becomes important. Consider that those nasty inertial loads go up with the square of the rpm increase.

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