> Should spoolup time be plotted on the next RR dayOriginally posted by Fatman
Dont you like a bit of debateAidy said:> Should spoolup time be plotted on the next RR day
> If it isnt are we missing a opertunity to settle arguments
We are by not banning you from posting.
I like nothing more than arguing black is white...but techie arguing is just plain dull.Fatman said:Dont you like a bit of debate
Mas-debating can become tiresome though don't you think?Fatman said:Dont you like a bit of debate
Aidy said:I like nothing more than arguing black is white...but techie arguing is just plain dull.
If you want to debate maybe we can discuss Atkins vs Pilates ?
depends on who is doing it and who is simply watchingReims said:Mas-debating can become tiresome though don't you think?
AndyAndyF_RSX said:No it shouldn't because you won't actually see the way the turbo can perform on the road.
Because the loading of the rollers is bound to be different to the loadings on the road, the turbo can be made to produce good spool up by upping the loading of the rollers as the car is coming on boost.
This in away opens a can of wormsAndyF_RSX said:Yes, of course it can be distorted by thte operator due to the way in which the r/road works.
All you have to do is alter the loading of the rollers in a gear to give a really high load on the engine and the turbo will spool up quickly. Put a lighter loading on the engine and it won't spool up as quick.
However, as all the cars are generally tested on the same day using the same settings on the rollers then you would be able to see the differences just from looking at a boost curve rather than needing to plot the spool up time, provided that everyone was running the same boost levels.