On or around Tue, 22 Mar 2005 20:22:30 +0000, dave <firstname.lastname@example.org>
enlightened us thusly:
>On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 07:34:33 +0000, Austin Shackles
>>On or around Mon, 21 Mar 2005 22:14:28 +0000, dave <email@example.com>
>>enlightened us thusly:
>>>can anyone tell me if i can cause any damage to my daihatsu 2.8 turbo
>>>engine, by keeping the original landrover exhaust,
>>which original exhaust?
>>a 90/110 one won't restrict it noticeably.
>its a series 3 petrol exhaust.
>when the engine was in the daihatsu, i drove it and at about 2000 revs
>you felt a very noticable boost ( turbo)
>now ive got it in the series coupled up to the series exhaust and took
>it for a spin.
>nothing, no noticeable boost as before. the engine was took out, sat
>for 6 days the lifted and put in, i havent alterd anything.
>before i rip the exhaust off, which took me 3/4 of a day to fabricate,
>can some one explain to me the technicalities of why ive lost my
>why would altering the exhaust affect the turbo?
boost is related to exhaust speed, if your exhaust is restricting it, it
might not get enough speed. that's the only obvious thing I can come up
with. What sort of diameter is the exhaust compared with a daihatsu one?
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.fsnet.co.uk
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