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So you guys can stop asking me so many damn questions!!:)
Also look at <a href|EQU| http://www.turbofast.com.au target|EQU| _blank ><!--auto-->http://www.turbofast.com.au</a><!--auto--> and if you want to look at quite a few compressor maps (including the td05 16g and td06 20g) then go to <a href|EQU| http://www.3si.org/member-home/jlucius2/j2-2-turboguide.htm target|EQU| _blank ><!--auto-->http://www.3si.org/member-home/jlucius2/j2-2-turboguide.htm</a><!--auto-->
And for a complicated hp calculator, you can look at <a href|EQU| http://people.we.mediaone.net/hyc/dyno/turbosize.xls target|EQU| _blank ><!--auto-->http://people.we.mediaone.net/hyc/dyno/turbosize.xls</a><!--auto-->
Nice site Andy.
I will be checking his maths - nice presentation with the built in maps!
I haven't had time to check his maths in detail but I put in the rough figures for my car and it gave the correct answer so I would imagine it can't be too far out.
I'm hopefully modding his graphs so that I can put the TD05 and 06 maps that I've got on, instead of the ones already on there. This should make it more useable for us.
yeah, nice site. those built in maps are sexy. Imperial units are a pain though (BTU/gal presumably US gal). Maybe worth adding another sheet to convert to SI.
Maths look about right but i will continue to check.
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This is a great site to do all your conversions :)
am i imaging things or are we all becoming so techi these days. boy i miss those which exhaust and what air filter thread :D
Lost me days ago ;)
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