Can you explain? Im not very technical.Steve220 said:its actuator pressure Dan, IIRC. I personally thought it was higher than that. But guess not.
Thanks steve :minxy:Steve220 said:Dan - basically it is what the actuator is set to. This is the part of the turbo that controls the bypass valve or 'Wastegate' of exhaust gasses past the turbine housing, therefore controlling boost. The longer the wastegate stays shut for when spooling up (turbo getting faster) the higher the boost. If it opens early, then low boost. The actuator is set to a psi as standard just incase the boost controller (or BMV in rover's case) fails.
PorKa200Is said:where is this standard engine thing from?? it says mildly tweeked in the article, and it is mildly tweeked its got the breathing mods and a few little bits on a reconditioned engine, all i can say is i saw it on the rollers, and i got the sheet, i knew this would happen, it happened with my old engine too when i posted the RR read out.