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Re: Install turbo

Excerpts from netnews.rec.autos.driving: 15-Mar-94 Install turbo by
Daniel Brian F…@cats.u

> I was thinking about installing a turbo charger to my car. Would that be a
> god idea or would that be too much stress for the car since it was not
intended
> for turbo.

Probably the latter.  At the very least, you would have to lower the
compression ratio.  If it is a turbo kit you are thinking of that is
specially designed for your car, it may be alright.  Don’t do it if this
is your only car, as it is best tried with your "Sunday afternoon car".

-DS

 "Once you start down the        "Aaarrgggghh! Aaarrrggghhh!"
   dark path, forever will     /\          -Chewbacca
    it control your destiny." /~^\/\^/\
                   -Yoda     / /`/^~\`~\     "65 2 slow." – DS
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Derek Shaffer d…@andrew.cmu.edu (Carnegie Mellon) A3k/Emplant

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One Response to “Re: Install turbo”

  1. admin says:

    In article <shVW9Hi00iV7Q8S…@andrew.cmu.edu>,
    Derek B Shaffer  <ds…@andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:

    >Excerpts from netnews.rec.autos.driving: 15-Mar-94 Install turbo by
    >Daniel Brian F…@cats.u
    >> I was thinking about installing a turbo charger to my car. Would that be a
    >> god idea or would that be too much stress for the car since it was not

    I believe that God intended for all engines to be super charged…
    It’s the aethiests that design naturally aspirated engines.

    :-)

    Steve