Hefti2 said:I remember there was already a little debate in here about those VTG chargers. It becomes more interesting at the moment since they can withstand the high temps of gas engines in the meanwhile..
But you would nee to have a little black box which will control the exhaust paddles in the turbine housing in corelation to the boost...
If you are an electronics guy it might be easy...
A MAP Sensor? No, a PWM controller is needed. BTW, there are already threads started on this topic.JamesN1830 said:Off the top of my head, I don't see why you couldn't have a map sensor that controlled the vein of the housing.
Anyone brave enough to try this?
Daniel, what is the target market for that unit? All I'm familiar with are Rexroth-controlled units...SupraWood said:That turbo uses a pressure actuator. A boost controller could control it so long as you had a pressure source.
That turbo does not have a titanium compressor wheel either.
and you thought a standard GT47 was heavy.....
It helps to not dump fuel into the oil by the bucket full. :nutkickhijokable1 said:the exhaust side that have the varible vanes usually corrodes and then the turbo is either stuck on full or off its not a great stile turbo oh ya i work for ford and the 6.0 turbo diesels come with these v.g.t variable gate turbo . and i do anywhere from 3 a day to 6 not a great desine