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Re: 1.8l 8v turbocharging
- Subject: Re: 1.8l 8v turbocharging
- From: "lerb" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 1 Sep 1998 03:20:08 -0400
The best way to lower compression usually is either purchase pistons that
have been shaven off the top or have it done to the ones you have.....this
makes more of a gap at top stroke which lowers the compression....(another
way is head work which is more costly). But for the buck the pistons make
the most differance.I added an injector to the trottle body at full
boost...which just means when I get to about 12-16 LBS of boost another
injector is going to add the needed fuel.
- -----Original Message-----
From: Brian Honnold <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, August 31, 1998 6:56 PM
Subject: RE: 1.8l 8v turbocharging
>With all this great what if Turbo stuff going on I'll throw in my question.
>If you have the CIS-E fuel injection and knock sensor ignition in the car
>what do you do for fuel enrichmant under boost. I know that for standard
>CIS you can use the Audi parts but I am at a loss for CIS-E.
>Also, what is THE BEST way to lower compresion on either the Audi 80 2.0 or
>the VW 2.0 8valve?
>'78 Rocco Ragtop (soon to be 2.0 TURBO)
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