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Boost psi at back of intake manifold?
Just wondering if anyone has measured the boost at the end of an intake manifold versus the input ?at the turbo, at the intake and output of the intercooler?
All this fab work being done why not put a test port at the end to prove full psi is delivered to all intake ports? If there are such gains peeps claim with what is currently being done, I have to imagine there is more still out there.
I've seen this done with fuel and oil rails, with surprising enough results that caused folks to make modifications to better even flow.
I wonder? If a central fed H style intake would deliver more even flow. Or what about a common intake chamber, I can't picture that on a 6.0. Kinda what I've seen in a dodge gasser.
Also how does the stock or modded 6.0 intake runners compare to the intercooler piping volume. With regards to volume i meas cross sectional, like a larger pipe flowing into two smaller that equals the first larger.
Does the flow expand volume and slow down because the runners are bigger and have consumption or does the air speed up due to restriction?
This is very interesting to me because air is a compressable and this adds another twist on plumbing things. Especially since the air psi is relatively low 20-40psi with lots of volume/distance to travel versus say non compressable fuel at 60psi in a thin fuel line. I feel like some folks just cumminsate i mean compensate for all this by just shoving 50-100psi with big turbos.
01 F-350 reg cab srw 7.3
Beans stage 1 injectors, Beans 6 position chip
Dieselsite ww2, boost fooler, wastegate controller
gauges, upgraded up pipes,
afe intake, 4" flow through muf w/turn out
BTS transmission, 6.0 cuuuler
35"toyo mt on 18" black kmc addicts
06 F-350 cc srw 6.0 lariat
build being planned...starting with the cab off
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