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Old 03-02-2013, 01:08 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I want to pick your brain about this, oil pan. I know what I am going to ask is a bit off this topic.

So by increasing boost you get lower exhaust temps? You mentioned in another thread that you got something like 3 psi at 60 mph and that gives you several hundred degrees less exhaust manifold temps? How does that work. Besides measuring it do you have a theory about it?


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Originally Posted by oil pan 4 View Post
If you really want to do something with all the heat going out the exhaust on a typical vehicle get a diesel and put a turbocharger or 2 on it.
Before I turboed I saw EGTs in the 1000'F to 1100'F all the time, now they rarely go above 800'F and normally stay between 400'F and 600'F.
These are all preturbine temperatures too.
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