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Old 07-23-2010, 01:37 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by RobertSmalls View Post
...consider your gph in neutral at 2000 RPM...
It was offered as a swag, but I offer my gph readings from my 1.9 liter saturn warmed up in neutral if you would like to try to make sense out of them:
RPM GPH
1000 0.35
2000 0.65
3000 0.80
4000 1.02

Here's the bsfc chart if a correction is in order. Dunno what to use for load or even if it is constant. Maybe just go with 15.6Nm, though that doesn't explain the non-linearity of the readings (they should be more evenly spaced if the load is 15.6 looking at the chart at these rpm) Image:Saturn 99 1.9l dohc bsfc.jpg - EcoModder
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